We’re into the third week of Fall and The Ancient Magus’ Bride is still going strong for me and Karandi. You can read our review below, and check out more from Karandi over on 100 Word Anime. If you’ve missed a review, you can find previous episode reviews here.
The Ancient Magus’ Bride looks like it’s become an early favorite this season as Karandi and I review episode 2. If you haven’t seen our post on episode 1, you can find that here. Don’t forget to check out our Black Clover reviews over at her blog as well.
As part of the 200 Word Anime feature, Karandi and I are sharing our thoughts on The Ancient Magus’ Bride. Remember to check out her blog where we are covering Black Clover this season as well.
Karandi and I have teamed up to review Black Clover this season. Take a look at our review and all the other amazing content posted on 100WordAnime, and check back here for our dual review of Ancient Magus Bride coming soon.
“A sound soul dwells within a sound mind, and a sound body.” It sounds like the mantra of some Zen teaching, but it’s the opening lines of an anime that takes you for a thrilling fantasy ride. My final review for the year is a one-of-a-kind anime series.
This year has seen a lot of change. I started this blog and met a bunch of amazing people, but outside of my personal bubble the world has seen some pretty drastic shifts. At least we don’t have to deal with salt flakes falling from the sky.
Because the internet doesn’t have nearly enough opinions about Sword Art Online, I’ve done you all a favor and thrown my hat in as well. But seriously, above all the flame wars, there is always something to be said about this franchise.
A plot to kill a young prince, a spear wielding bodyguard who vows to protect him, and the fabled rebirth of a spirit from the egg inside him. A prince hosting an egg might sound strange, but male seahorses carry their eggs too, you know.
Hi ho, hi ho, it’s off to w…write another review to satisfy the insatiable hunger of my fellow ani-bloggers. Can I perhaps tempt you with a tasty apple? (psst, say no, it’s poisoned). What can be more enticing though then a shiny, red morsel?