on the Bright Side Reviews (BS reviews): Absolute Duo

BS reviews is a series where Edy and I look for the unseen genius in anime that have not been widely recognized by the public.  Today, we will be talking about the deep hidden meanings and excellence of Absolute Duo, a widely unknown anime from 2015, based on a light novel. It’s been a while … Continue reading on the Bright Side Reviews (BS reviews): Absolute Duo

Stupid Childhood Promises in Anime, and Three Days of Happiness

Do you remember in specific detail, your best friends in elementary school? Do you remember the stupid throwaway promises you made as a kid? Are your experiences with your elementary school friends the ones you remember most and hold most close to your heart? Are you still in love with your crush from years and years ago in elementary school? If you’re the protagonist of a shitty anime/manga/visual novel, then the answer to this is most likely yes.

Yamada Naoko’s Liz and the Blue Bird (And A Silent Voice) — Emotions Through Camera

Through A Silent Voice, Yamada Naoko established herself as one of the greatest anime directors of our time. What followed after was her more experimental piece, Liz and the Blue Bird, the film which I consider the best that anime has produced. In this post, I will be running through the choices that Yamada Naoko … Continue reading Yamada Naoko’s Liz and the Blue Bird (And A Silent Voice) — Emotions Through Camera

on the Bright Side Reviews (BS reviews): Ex-Arm

BS reviews is a series where Edy and I look for the unseen genius in anime that have not been widely recognized by the public.  Today, we will be talking about the deep hidden meanings and excellence of Ex-arm, a widely unknown anime from 2021. To say that Ex-arm is good would be understatement. It … Continue reading on the Bright Side Reviews (BS reviews): Ex-Arm