The Best Anime of 2016

I hadn’t originally planned on writing a retrospective of 2016 however between the somewhat dry Winter season and the recent Crunchyroll award results, I thought I’d draft up my own list of shows worth mentioning. In doing so, I realized that my list would probably read more unconventionally than most and so I decided to…

Recommendations: Suspense/Thriller (9)

[Description]: Suspense thrillers are often full of mystery and psychological mind games. They aim to keep the viewer on the edge of their seat by portraying high-stakes, stressful situations, a myriad of plot twists, unforeseen developments, and narrative cliffhangers that keep you wanting more. Detective narratives, dark and complicated dramas, and horror stories are all pervasive…

Review: Boku dake ga Inai Machi

[Synopsis]: Though average and unassuming in many aspects of his life, Fujinuma Satoru (Mitsushima, Shinnosuke) possesses a supernatural ability which throws him backwards in time in order to prevent pending disasters that unfold around him. However, when somebody close to Satoru is killed and he is framed for the murder, he is sent far further back…