Neo Yokio is on netfix (my blog) is a amusing take at anime and its tropes including robots magic and consumerism..I laughed, whether non anime people would find it amusing is something i do not know
Rather short and i do hope the jokes can be maintained.
Is an anime two seasons ago that i did not watch but had most of the ice skating (my blog) community (my blog) in rapture when a couple of gays got together.
At least it confirms a few things about ice skaters. It will be interesting to see if the openly gay are penalised for there sexuality during and after the event – after all Pence might want a few words with the usa team amoung others.
Gay sporty people – does not sound like an Olympic ideal (my blog)
So what is new in J-Drama ? that i found worthy of viewing
Jiu – Special Investigation Team is a police drama that i got into there is murder and guns to be found here along with an commentary about honour and stuff.
Another is Painless: The Eyes for Signs which is at time a curious drama but worth the ten episode watch.
In mentioned before Showa Genroku Rakugo Shinju (my blog) is back and recommended..
Netflix (my blog) seems to have some good j-drama (and some anime) I think your lie in april was elsewhere but for a anime is/was on netflix now and well worth a see, it has a production value that all should see.
Omoide no Mânî is imdb: tt3398268 and is the last Ghibli film (my blog) Being me i had to watch the subtitled version so recorded it late one evening and it was damm odd to see gambling adverts in a childrens film being the late night showing.
I am biased on these films but enjoyed it and i suggest that you see it too
Is a anime series on netflix (my blog) which despite being a like a lot of anime has a humour and pace to it.
It grows on you even if like me you think chocolate frogs (my blog) are lame then it might be something to see. I thought it had pop culture references to it too..
It is not dubbed but sub titled and that is how i saw it
Enjoyable 3/5 bananas
missing from the line up
Once upon time i would visit crunchyroll and see decent j-dramas (my blog) but netflix (my blog) seems to have stolen that crown with this new site also having the odd title (my blog)..
Now there is the one or two mega anime titles on crunchyroll still but i do not like those. Overall netflix is the better platform for my taste for both anime and drama.
How things change.
a sjw in a swimsuit
Keijo is not an anime i would normally watch – in fact it is not even listed where it is officially streamed also the sjw’s of the press seem to be not discussing anime when once they did. A coincidence ?
I found out about Keijo (twelve episodes in*) as apparently the sjw’s do not like it and the specialist sites have been mum on the issue so it leaked out second hand.and the sjws disliked it.
It is a sports anime with aspects of pokemon creatures (or ? animal kung-fuspirit) of the most ridiculous and damm funny more ‘fan service’ than sports anime but i did like it. Its sound effects and visual gags are beyond sublime. Quite how sjw’s get that wrong is something to ponder but since i find it hard to find anime i will support Keijo.
As to why the streaming site does not list it is a question for them. As to the msm i too find it strange that the anime articles have dried up.
Overall you will not find a message in it but since i have no guidance from the press.as to good anime then i will make a choice myself
If the press and its sjw staff do not wish to write then surely they will become irrelevant. I am sure those press barons will be happy with that outcome..
*twelve weeks have past
J-dramas still missing so i went searching and found a new site with some and i have yet to find anything good, there was a dr coto (my blog) clone which was referred to but done for laughs so nothing sensational so far.
If you do like horrific drama there is one about a brain surgeon transported back to Japanese feudal times and yes it involves a chisel and hammers.
I did watch an tourist thing about fukisimha province which was a bit chessy but dispelled a few myths by the anti nuclear lobby.
In anime i can recommend March comes in like a lion although its quality varies depending upon characters perspective. Flying Witch was a late end to the year watch and is a gentle and fun watch – i have a nitpick question about it though.
Speaking of places Burkina Faso (my blog) is mentioned – made me laugh.
One anime caught a lot of attention from its sport but i will blog of that in 2018 which i did not see.
Of seen of …
Psycho pass (my blog) has a new season and has moved from its original location. It is going over the same issues but i wondering about the odd logic of using a latin alphabet in country which speaks Japanese and is isolated from the rest of the world but that’s me nit picking.
The monkey house recorded a tv thing about the moon rovers, if the us ever goes futher than the moon then the cars for local things will mostly be of 1960 technology
In Space Brothers (my blog) goes over the most of the content abet in fiction rather than documentary which documented the efforts to make short haul transport for the moon.
To my surprise most of the moon machine technology dates from 1970 and is still touted as good for everything else minus the the gps of which Mutta installed.
The documentary was very american in focus but remains a lasting object which will not rust which cannot be said of earth based cars. In fact it could be said that only now is the technology on the moon being adapted for earth.
Things i caught up on after the event. This is not a conclusive list of the stuff but as ever things that sounded ok which i actually watched.
There more popular then the usual stuff i view (my blog) which surprisingly i see got a feature because people missed them.
Parasyte -the maxim
Is not new but interesting enjoyable. a metaphor about puberty and rather well done.
Is an anime about making anime which is meta which sounds like it could be awful but is not.
I have a list of more recent things i think good in the works but you will have to wait for those.