This list is composed of characters in anime and manga who should reconsider involving themselves in romantic relationships. Because we talk about love, some say that we all deserve love. But let’s be honest, some give off nuclear levels of scare-off-the-maiden vibes.
Juliet, You Idiot does a disservice to the topics it handles. Not only by rushing through, but by giving us an ending where it feels like the victim confronts himself.
In this story set in the underground world of assassinations, Château Dankworth is a hitman whose whole career is disrupted when she is assigned to kill Song Ryang Ha.
With so many new titles every season, knowing what to choose start can be a hassle. Let us take the decision out of your hand by removing all the trash from the selection! Here are 14 anime that you can happily ignore this summer.
In spring, there’s been some great anime like Skip and Loafer and Mashle. But wow, there’s been a lot of misses this season. Here are couple of hopefuls that fell flat.
They treated this like a typical action movie and it shows. Big explosions, guns, and sexualizing women for no reason, Michael Bay would be proud.
We all know the BL world is a shining example of problematic but Hideyoshico’s Wait for Me at Udagawachou takes the cake. While easy to read, this 2011 manga fails in its accuracy or character development.
Downfall aka Reiraku is a pity party for an insecure Asano Inio. Here’s the rant review for this abomination of a manga. Pretty abomination.
Despite all the rave, Kakegurui seems to have rubbed a lot of people the wrong way. And while I don’t agree with most of the criticism, I do think this anime had a major problem that most people are ignoring because… you know… anime.
Looking for anime and manga with Japanese folklore? Here are a couple and their reviews so you don’t end up watching or reading trash.