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May 31 2021, 8:16 AM

Tencent Princess.

Well, at least Allen thought Psychic Princess thought was kinda alright. I know I haven't exactly been very... nice... to Tencent's earlier efforts, so it is at least encouraging to see something worthwhile being created. Even if the show is taking some creative liberties with the time period in question and the gender roles of said time period.

And that's it for this week. Next week, will you expect the penguin inquisition?

-Stig Høgset.

May 24 2021, 6:27 PM


Allen takes a look at Re:CREATORS and finds it a fascinating study in "what if your main character in that terrible fanfic you wrote when you were a teenager came out of your story to exact terrible revenge on you?" Or something like that. And not one Ahnold in sight. Probably.

Anyway, update slightly later than usual today, so... yeah. See you again next week.

-Stig Høgset.

May 17 2021, 12:00 PM

Breaking a Leg Or Two For The Love Of Your Life.

Allen takes a look at Tonikawa: Over The Moon For You, a show about two people starting their new life together at the scene of a serious accident. From there, it goes through most of the motions of a 90's anime romantic sitcom for both good and bad.

And that's Allen saving our weekly hide once again. See you all later.

-Stig Høgset.

May 10 2021, 3:18 AM

Skyscraping The Bottom of The Barrel.

So yeah, Allen watched High-Rise Invasion, and he can hardly be accused of masking his disdain for the show.

And that's our lot this week. We might be taking a breather next week. We'll just have to see. Either way, stay safe, wherever you are.

-Stig Høgset.

May 3 2021, 8:34 AM

Cell of Duty: Blood Ops.

Well, we are going in again. Literally, as Allen assigns himself Cells At Work: Code Black, a darker, grimmer version of an already kinda hilariously violent presentations of the inner works of the human body. Unlike regular Cells At Work and its (inner) beacon of healthy livin', Code Black seems to be about the inner workings of someone who is clearly not.

And that's it for this week. Next week, the sky is the limit and the ground is off limit. Or something like that. See you then.

-Stig Høgset.

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