Latest Articles for Author: William Moo

Top five anime from 2015 to watch in the new year

Top Five Anime From 2015 to Watch in the New Year

2015 proved to be a very packed and overwhelming year for anime viewers. With around 200 titles this year, it gives us all the more reason to look ahead to an optimistic 2016 with old anime titles such as Berserk and D. Gray Man returning, among a plethora of exciting new shows. To celebrate the…

Sound! Euphonium: bringing back the band geeks!

Sound! Euphonium: Bringing Back the Band Geeks!

If any of you have had the opportunity to play an instrument in your school band, then you know all about the frustrations and pressure to perform as well as the rewards to be reaped in the end. Sound! Euphonium captures the everyday essence of band class as well as the difficulty to master an…

Danmachi: a fantasy of swords, sorcery, and sexy girls

DANMACHI: A Fantasy of Swords, Sorcery, and Sexy Girls

There are four things that come to mind when the fantasy genre is mentioned: monsters, swords, quests, and girls. Anime is stocked full of these things, but Is it Wrong to Try to Pick Up Girls in a Dungeon? (DanMachi for short) manages to take all these overused cliches and somehow make it fresh. By…

Gotham season 1: an origin of batman’s villains and allies

Gotham Season 1: An Origin Of Batman’s Villains And Allies

As the first season of Gotham came to a close, Batman fans and casual viewers were presented a complex and dark reflection of the horrors that plagued the iconic city and the people who live in it. Developed by executive producer Bruno Heller, the Gotham TV series was originally set to have 16 episodes, but…