Tag: Review

Opinion: First Impression and Three Episodes Rule are Not the Gospel

Three episodes rule shouldn't be the absolute measure to judge whether an anime is worthy to follow or not, this opinion argues.

“Tsukigakirei” Anime Review: So Cheesy yet So Beautiful

Tsukigakirei might not be the best romance anime out there, but this show gives something light, fun and beautiful that can be enjoyed by many people.

Fune wo Amu Anime Review: Having the Breadth of a Dictionary

In Funo wo Amu/The Great Passage, find out how difficult it is to create a dictionary: things that tend to be forgotten, but is indeed important in life.

Izetta, the Last Witch Anime Review: the Sorcery of Propaganda

Izetta, the Last Witch highlighted how modern warfare had been existing within the context of media environment, making propaganda an inseparable part of it.

Review: Tabi ni Deyou, Horobiyuku Sekai no Hate Made

Set on a journey "to the end of the world," Tabi ni Deyou will bring you to question more about the meaning of life.

Book Review: Islam di Mata Orang Jepang

How do the Japanese see muslims, especially Indonesian muslims? Through this book, Hisanori Kato offers his answer.

Review: Inferno Cop

Inferno Cop pushes otaku animation to the extreme with extremely limited animation, explosion of disjointed narratives, and literal explosions.

Anime Review: Myriad Colors Phantom World

Though not outstandingly unique, Myriad Colors Phantom World is actually quite enjoyable and interesting to think about if you know how to read into it.

Anime Review: The Boy and the Beast and Elegant Story Telling

The Boy and the Beast, Mamoru Hosoda's latest film explores the growth of young boy and his beast mentor by learning about the meaning of strength in their relationship.

Anime Review: Taisho Baseball Girls

Look back at the 2009 anime Taisho Baseball Girls and how it depicts issues of gender relations and modernization through a sports story.

Review: Battle of Surabaya

Arriving after three years in production, can Battle of Surabaya answers the expectations of the audience?

First Impression: Osomatsu-san

The classic comedy anime Osomatsu-san has returned to TV as a celebration of the 80th birthday Akatsuka Fujio's, the manga's creator.

Anime Review: Blood Blockade Battlefront – Episode 12

The final episode of Blood Blockade Battlefront has finally been available after delayed for three months. Does it worth the wait?

First Impression: Kagewani

Kagewani offers suspenseful monster horror with its unique animation style

First Impression: Beautiful Bones: Sakurako’s Investigation

Featuring a bone obsessed main heroine, the mystery anime Sakurako's Investigation stands out among other anime in this season. Check out our first impression here!

First Impression: Subete ga F ni Naru – The Perfect Insider

This fall, noitaminA programming block offers a detective mystery show in The Perfect Insider. How does it fare to engage its viewers to think? Check out our first impression!

Studio Ghibli to Have Exhibition and Film Screenings in Indonesia in...

Indonesian fans can prepare for the exhibition and film screenings from Studio Ghibli that will be held in 2017!

Debunking the Anime Production Myths – Part 1: Introduction

Is it true that budget is the decisive factor for animation quality? KAORI's resident sakuga enthusiast takes a look at this and other common myths about how the anime industry works.

Love Live! vs IDOLM@STER: An Unnecessary Conflict?

Two groups of idols, one never-ending bickering between the fans. But is it all worth it?

Feat Pictures to Screen “Violet Evergarden: Eternity and The Auto Memories...

"Violet Evergarden: Eternity and The Auto Memories Doll" will be the next work of Kyoto Animation to be screened in Indonesia