By Andrew Osmond. If you haven’t seen the first volume of Gun Gale Online, we introduce it here; it’s spun off from the Sword Art Online franchise, but it’s quite possible to start with Gun Gale if you want. The end of the first volume set up the plucky Karen, known online as the pink […]
By Andrew Osmond. Zeta Gundam is sometimes described as one of the darker Gundam series. That’s largely because of things that happen in the last couple of episodes on this set – this really is a series where no-one, and we mean no-one, is safe.
By Andrew Osmond. Gundam Thunderbolt: Bandit Flower is the sequel to a previous film, Gundam Thunderbolt: December Sky, which is available from Anime Limited and covered on this blog here. If you’re broadly familiar with the Gundam franchise, then you can enjoy Bandit Flower’s action without seeing its predecessor. However, the film bring back several […]
By Andrew Osmond. Gundam is one of the biggest anime franchises, and the most confusing – tracking the dozens of individual titles can be harder than learning the Periodic Table. Gundam Wing, however, stands out for two reasons. One is that fans know it as “the Gundam with the cute boys,” which I’ll get to […]
By Andrew Osmond. Despite its hefty name (this is anime!), Sword Art Online Alternative Gun Gale Online is a simple series. It’s an adventure-comedy with a central sight-gag; a pint-sized little girl in pink, dashing and leaping around her larger foes, shooting heads, cutting throats, and blowing up the survivors with grenades. Before you envisage […]