Well, after having some fun doing a bunch of videos on YouTube I've decided to move towards doing written/typed views, this time focusing solely on anime & manga. I'll mostly likely do typed reviews on the titles I've done video reviews on, but there are a lot of titles that are either forgotten or were just missed the first time through. This is where my new blog comes in:
I have a good number of titles planned for reviewing and hopefully this will help bring to surface a few titles that I think have either been forgotten or ignored. Not that all of them will be excellent titles, though... For example, there is one title I plan on reviewing that is so bad that it's hard for me to get through, but I think it deserves a review that covers all of it and not just one or two episodes worth.
Well, it's only "helping" if something like Dangaioh was actually given a good DVD release over here. I'm just bringing to light titles that may have been skipped over by either licensors or by the viewers.
My next review is for an obscure DVD that shows off 8 historic (Read: Older than Astro Boy!) anime features... Including one that should send me to Hell just for talking about it on Pearl Harbor Rememberance Day.
Well, I'll admit that it probably won't be a title that everyone will enjoy. Also, are you going off of the dub or the original Japanese version? From what I've heard, the dub not only changed the music but also tried going for a much cheesier script.
Either way, like I said at the end of the review I'll easily recommend Saint Seiya and Ring ni Kakero 1 over it, but I still found B't X enjoyable to watch, and more recently re-watch.
Back again, this time with another multi-parter. This time I take a look at some of the titles within the catalog of Enoki Films USA. While we can watch Izumo and Koi Koi Seven here via TAN's online streams, there's a bunch of titles over at Enoki that should really be given a chance, or even a second a second chance, over here: