Anime Review #64: Rebuild Of Evangelion 1.0/2.0

In 1995, Hideaki Anno, a struggling animator at Gainax who was going through a bout of severe depression, released Neon Genesis Evangelion, a show which, while on the surface appeared to be another monsters-vs-humans mecha show, quickly became one of the most beloved, and yet fiercely disputed shows in history. With its unconventional characters and … Continue reading Anime Review #64: Rebuild Of Evangelion 1.0/2.0

Uniformity With God’s Will In Anime #2: Konno Yuuki

No facet of human life is contemplated upon as much as the question of, "Why does suffering exist?" Philosophers have attempted to find a suitable answer to this dilemma, with a plethora of answers resulting. Atheists use this as an "opportunity" to "prove" the non-existence of God, saying that if He were to exist, He … Continue reading Uniformity With God’s Will In Anime #2: Konno Yuuki

East Meets West #9: Lucky Star .vs. Spongebob Squarepants

This week I continue my next batch of posts for the East Meets West series, dedicated to comparing/contrasting anime and Western media of similar premises, and, based on a specific set of criteria, decide which of the two is, in my fallible opinion, the superior version. Growing up, I saw a lot of flicks from the famous … Continue reading East Meets West #9: Lucky Star .vs. Spongebob Squarepants

The Traditional Catholic Weeb Speaks: Three-Year Anniversary Special

It was only three years ago on this day, the feast of St. Nicholas of Tolentino, that I started what would become an anime blog viewed from a Traditionalist Catholic perspective. Therefore, it's only fitting that I once again make another obligatory post celebrating the highlights of this blog's journey from the period of last … Continue reading The Traditional Catholic Weeb Speaks: Three-Year Anniversary Special