|Hey, since when did THEM go monthly?
It's not. However, our Editor-in-Chief has been hard at work on his Japanese major at ASU, which tends to put a crimp on anime viewing. (Which does make sense. Really!)
Still, Carlos digs deep into his backlog and brings you a review for the silly, dumb 2002 TV series G-ON RIDERS, which is most definitely *not* recommended for anyone who wants serious, cerebral material.
Stig takes on the super-violent and disturbing 2004 series ELFEN LIED, and gives it a guarded recommendation, calling it worthwhile, but hard to take.
On the complete opposite end of the spectrum, Tim gives us a brief look at children's favorite HAMTARO.
And Diane gives us a review of the weird HITSUJI NO UTA (SONG OF SHEEP) which apparently tries to correlate vampirism with psychotic self-mutilation, with very mixed results to say the least.
A new editorial discusses the necessary evil that is partial reviewing, among other things. (Warning: this entry is rated PG-13 for harsh language. Reader discretion is advised.)