When they first premiered around the same time in 2015, both anime looked like they may as well be blatant copies of one another (actually, there was apparently another one that also released around the exact same time that was incredibly similar, but I missed that one). While they diverged into different enough directions to each be recognized as their own entities, the similarities between the two are still noteworthy. So now we ask the age old question – Who wore it better? Two anime enter, one anime leaves. This is a Flash Anime-tion Clash. Rakudai Kishi no Cavalry versus Gakusen Toshi Asterisk.
Well, it’s time for me to take the plunge… Final Fantasy is a series known for overcomplicating even the simplest of plots, killing off fan favorites, and most importantly… angst. So much angst! But that’s a story for another article. I’m here to talk about Final Fantasy XV’s tie-in movie. So just How Evil Is Kingsglaive?
The twins return for a weekend full of geekdom, as they cover Netflix’s Castlevania announcement, Valve’s new replacement for Steam Greenlight, and Crunchyroll’s upcoming convention! All this and more on Bulletoon Weekly!
Oh. Good. The subtitle’s a pun. Y’know, it’d be funnier if the book had even the slightest parallel to A New Hope at all. But nope. Just a pun. Well, let’s see if the rest of the books is any funnier, shall we?
*1 hour, and 120+ pages later*
…Well, crap, it is. And now I look like a jerk. Um… Blade Bunny, everyone!
“The Hare: a ninja assassin whispered about with fear in the darkest corners. A killer known for ruthlessness and cunning… is not in this book. Meet Bunny – a pretty ninja girl who likes rainbows, dancing, and eviscerating bad people when they blink. Hmm… maybe this book is about The Hare, after all.”
Rurouni Kenshin – An Action/Comedy series about an assassin. The Anime lasted 95 episodes across 3 seasons, not including OVAs. But we’re not here for the show. We’re here to ask that all important question: How Evil is the Rurouni Kenshin film series?
Rila and Riley return with a brand new episode on the new Batman film’s director search, the release of Fire Emblem Heroes, and the upcoming second season of My Hero Academia! This and more on Bulletoon Weekly!
*glances back over Flip Flappers* Yep. I’ve definitely covered weirder. Let’s do this.