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It’s been roughly half a decade since Anime Limited announced they had partnered with Sunrise in order to release the Gundam franchise in the UK and France. Generally I’ve been quite happy with their handling of it, though with...
It’s been a while since Makoto Shinkai’s Your Name took the world by storm. An imaginative and heart breaking love story that pretty much everybody had praise for and raised the question of what exactly he’d produce next? The...
Surprising as it may seem, it’s now been half a decade since the animated adaptation of Gundam Unicorn came to an end. An animated adaptation of the pre-war chapters of The Origin would follow soon after but sadly doesn’t...
Gundam is no stranger to having sequels and spinoffs. The canon, loose as it may be at times, stretches far and wide. What’s a more recent tactic, however, is animating works that began as novelizations or manga. This seems...
Mari Okada has been a prolific script writer for anime for most of the 21st century thus far, her works populated with vivid, firmly realised characters and engaging dialogue. Okada has made little secret of the fact her own...
So here we are. Four years after I began this series of reviews, the sixth and final episode of the Gundam The Origin OVA is here at last. It’s a sombre milestone for a few reasons, chiefly that by...
I've always loved clock levels in video games. Tick Tock Clock, in Super Mario 64, was one of the best levels in the game. With its spinning gears and swinging pendulums, the level's moving parts made for a challenging...
The first season of Glue Studios' Rimba Racer stunned me by how well written it was.  I went into it expecting a fairly straight-forward racing cartoon but quickly found it to be so much more.  Its narrative weaved through many...
It’s been over a year since the last The Origin review. Some of that is production drama (the original director was let go over misconduct, delaying the next episode) and some of it is down to odd release choices....
When last we left the Star Wars Saga, Rey had finally tracked down Luke Skywalker to request his aid in fighting the First Order. So in a surprise to her and quite likely the audience, at the start of...