Sorry about the extended delay on the second part of Slayers Month, things have been a little messy over here, with University going back soon, plus other stuff going on. Without further ado, we move on to Part 2 of Slayers Month: Slayers Next!
Welcome to another Anime Archive review, I know this one is much later than planned, but stuff has been happening and I've had to juggle quite a bit around, but here it is. <br><br>
Slayers is very much a series where you'd leave your suspension of disbelief at the door, because some VERY unrealistic stuff goes on within this series - isn't that what animated shows are for in the first place, to stretch the boundaries of realism to breaking point, then proceed to tie it up in a fancy bow?<br><br>
Ok, time for Issue 4. This week's review is going to be none other than Clamp's series Chobits. First of all I'm gonna go on the record as saying I love most of the works done by Clamp, I have particularly enjoyed Angelic Layer (even though it was designed for younger audiences to some extent), Magic Knights Rayearth (and it's OVA spinoff Rayearth, which I intend to review in an upcoming issue), and a few others, but I gotta say this: The staff at CLAMP are a bunch of pervs!
Welcome to Issue 3 of Anime Archive, once again I apologise for the delay in this issue coming out, I'm TRYING to get into a regular schedule for updates but with work and other commitments it hasn't been easy.
So without further ado, lets get started! (note: URL links on the character names will lead to a photo of said character.)
Ok, so for my first review on my new site I figured I'd start off with a series that is high up in my list of favorite animes, this one fitting quite well in both the mecha and "space opera" categories.
Please note that this review is exclusively for the Anime series Neon Genesis Evangelion, and does not include End of Evangelion, Death and Rebirth, or the New Theatrical Releases. I may or may not review theses at a later point in time. This is quite a complicated anime to review, so I shall try my best without spoiling too much of the actual plot. Most of the information herein is info relating to events prior to Episode 1 of the anime, and as such will not heavily spoil, and may in fact improve your viewing experience.
As a bonus surprise for my readers, I am throwing in a game review of one of my favorite game series of all time, Quest for Glory. This review will be specifically about Quest for Glory I, though I will review the other parts in due course.