I knew when I started writing about books and anime for Tor.com that I wanted to work on this article: With horror fiction and horror anime both being such incredibly in-depth areas, we’ve narrowed it down to pairings of stories that focus on people and the relationships between them. While many of the stories possessContinue reading “Books & anime for your solitary, locked-in-alone binging pleasure”
Okay, so this isn’t TECHNICALLY about murder schoolgirls. Over at Tor.com, I’ve got a list of book & anime pairings for anyone looking for a great school story. As a long-time fan of both speculative fiction and anime, one common thread I’ve noticed in both media is the enduring presence of The School Story. PlentyContinue reading “I can put Murder Schoolgirls everywhere”
It’s the not-much-awaited Winter 2017 anime simulcast season, and as usual, I have a full list of series I’m checking out this winter.
The summer anime season is partway through, and I thought I’d list some changes I’ve made to my Summer 2014 viewing list. (You can find the original here.) What I’ve been watching from that list: Sailor Moon Crystal, Aldnoah Zero, Sword Art Online II, and Haikyuu!. After watching two episodes of GLASSLIP, my boyfriend andContinue reading “Summer Anime 2014: Mid-Season Update”
I’ve never much been one to watch simulcast anime, but since receiving a Crunchyroll Premium membership as a gift (and subsequent access to simulcasting Sailor Moon Crystal), I figure now may be a decent time to start. I’ll be watching a number of anime this season, and I’ll be making my marathon-or-drop recommendations at theContinue reading “Summer Anime 2014: The Launchboard”