If you don’t have Crunchyroll or are just looking at other spots to find anime, Netflix has made the smart decision to create a catalog of the genre. Their selection is still much smaller than Crunchyroll, but that can be a good thing since it’s not as overwhelming and Netflix has vetted the anime to make it onto the shortlist. If you’re having a hard time figuring out what to watch, below is a small list I’ve put together of some of the best anime to watch on the platform. This is by no means an inclusive list! The hardest part of writing this was limiting it to 10. Continue reading My Top 10 Favorite Anime Shows to Watch on Netflix!
So what happens after you’ve saved the fantasy planet you’ve been isekai’ed to? Of all the isekai stories of I’ve read and watched, none have really addressed the hero’s after story. But now we have an uncle to help us out! This quirky, offbeat anime has me cringing and laughing by turns, then feeling nostalgic about my favorite childhood game Sonic. With that said, let’s check out Uncle from Another World! Continue reading Uncle From Another World! (Anime Review)
Dragon Ball is a manga and anime series that follows the adventures of Goku as he trains in martial arts and searches for the seven dragon balls. Along the way, he makes friends and enemies alike, all while trying to protect the earth from evil threats. There are many arcs in the Dragon Ball series, and it can be difficult to keep track of them all. In this blog post, we will provide a comprehensive guide to all of the arcs in the Dragon Ball series! Continue reading A Comprehensive Guide to the Dragon Ball Arcs
Looking to get into more Anime? This list has recommendations for people who have maybe seen a few episodes of anime here and there but aren’t sure where to go from there. These shows are all easy to get into, not weird or pandering, and accessible even if you don’t know much about Japanese culture. Each entry also has links to related articles where you can find more recommendations from the same genre or similar difficulties. If you’re new to the world of anime, these are the best shows for beginners. Continue reading Anime and Manga Recommendations for Beginners
Good news for those of us having Anya withdrawal! Part 2 of season 1 of Spy x Family is returning in October, and I am counting down the days! Before we enjoy the continuation of the story, let’s look back on how much our hero Anya has contributed to world peace and the uptick in peanut sales. Continue reading Spy x Family: Part 2 is Here! (Almost)
Wow, October is shaping up to be an epic month! Crunchyroll just released the official Season 3 trailer for Mob Psycho, and it looks like we can expect our favorite little psycho, I mean esper, to be fully in the thick of more craziness starting October 5th, 2022. Before we get too hyped, let’s get our table salt and review what Mob has been through so far. Continue reading Mob Psycho 100: Season 3 Release date and Opening!
Welcome Back! Some of you may see the title and think “why would you do an article on such an old anime?” Granted, it’s one of the best anime and stands beside Naruto and One Piece in a trifecta of shounen standards, but that anime ended ten years ago! Years of rumors that another season would be coming out have made many, including myself, skeptical … Continue reading Bleach: Thousand-Year Blood War Anime News
Dragon Ball Super has had some incredible moments! There have been episodes that have left fans awestruck and broken the internet several times over. But there are some stand-out moments that even now stick in our minds as some of the most memorable. Whether it’s Vegeta’s transformation into Super Saiyan Blue or Goku being bested by Android 17, these are moments we won’t forget any time soon. Let’s take a look at the 3 most memorable moments in Dragon Ball Super (so far). Continue reading THE 3 MOST MEMORABLE MOMENTS IN DRAGON BALL SUPER
WELCOME BACK! Shonen Jump has developed a reputation for publishing manga that then get turned into amazing anime. Over the past few years, we have been given My Hero Academia, Jujutsu Kaisen, Demon Slayer, and, more recently, Spy x Family. Now we are looking forward to the anime that many believe will stand beside, if not overshadow, these anime juggernauts: Chainsaw Man. Although the release … Continue reading CHAINSAW MAN: ALL YOU NEED TO KNOW ABOUT THE ANIME (2022)
My Hero Academia (Boku no Hīrō Akademia) Directed by: Kenji Nagasaki Written by: Yōsuke Kuroda Music by: Yuki Hayashi Studio: Studio Bones Licensed by: Funimation Original run: April 3, 2016 – present Episodes: 113 Welcome back OBC Fam! With everything going on in the world, it’s nice to be able to look forward to something! The release for season 6 of My Hero Academia is … Continue reading MY HERO ACADEMIA SEASON 6: THE ‘PARANORMAL LIBERATION WAR’ ARC