"Samurai Shifters" shows how the ability to gather information could be important for the future leader.
Why does one even need a girlfriend in the first place? Despite it's hard-to-sympathise-with protagonist, "Rent-A-Girlfriend" could be an interesting starting point for discussing that issue.
Imbued with a lot of great character animation, "Sing 'Yesterday' For Me" explores the idea of choices and moving on from your past.
Team RWBY's adventure continues with more compelling storytelling and character development.
This pioneering short made with the latest technologies hits high marks with its stunning visuals, but might not be so easy to experience as intended.
With great writing and pacing, the survival sci-fi series, "Astra Lost in Space", becomes a hidden gem within the Summer 2019 season.
"Weathering with You" often compared to Makoto Shinkai latest hit "your name" even though they tell completely different stories.
The inaugural movie of Bumilangit's own cinematic universe manages to catch lightning in a bottle at first, but fumbles near the finish.
What makes "The Memorandum Of Kyoko Okitegami" special compared to other detective fictions? Read the review here.
Studio TRIGGER pulls out all the stops in this explosive spectacle that shows just exactly what they're all about.
Another original anime from P.A. Works set in the countryside, "Sakura Quest" explores how developing the countryside with tourism is not a simple matter.
This manga adaptation of long-running light novel series "Kino's Journey" takes readers back to the familiar journeys.
With clever directions that make the twists impactful, "The Promised Neverland" is one of the best and a must watch anime from winter 2019 season.
Libraries in real life may not actually take up arms like in this anime, but "Library War" highlights the politics of library and access to information with its conflict.
The experiences of job seeking in Indonesia and Japan feel similar enough to make Sora no Shita Yane no Naka a very relatable manga.
Written in the time of intense modernization in Japan, "Botchan" captures how Japanese society changes at the time.