Category “Anime Reviews”

Asgard Anime’s First Impressions: Super Sonico: The Animation

Friday, 17 January, 2014

super sonicoWarning: If you haven’t watched Super Sonico: The Animation yet and don’t want to be spoiled, stop reading this article right now. Otherwise, go ahead and indulge yourself. Spoilers, spoilers everywhere. You have been warned.

With the Winter Anime Chart 2013 having a great line-up for the first month of the year, Asgard Anime has a brand new segment for all you anime fans called First Impressions – quick anime reviews based on a series’s first episode. Keep Reading

Asgard Anime Vault: Slam Dunk

Friday, 13 July, 2012

slam dunkUNBELIEVABLE!!!

The Asgard Anime Vault celebrates old school anime that certainly made every 90′s otaku proud have lived those years as well as introduce young otakus to these great titles. This week, Asgard visits the basketball court to go one-on-one with Slam Dunk (スラムダンク)!

Enter Hanamichi Sakuragi (桜木花道). Standing at 6’2.5″ with the brawns to match, Sakuragi is a feared student delinquent and the leader of his “gang” composed of his friends. Keep Reading

Asgard Anime Vault: Monster Rancher

Monday, 18 June, 2012

monster rancherThe Asgard Anime Vault celebrates old school anime that certainly made every 90′s otaku proud have lived those years as well as introduce young otakus to these great titles. This week, Asgard takes a disc stone and unleashes the power of Monster Rancher.

Monster Rancher, or Monster Farm (モンスターファーム) in Japan, is a video game franchise that was first released in November 30, 1997. Often compared to giant, rival monster games namely Pokemon (ポケットモンスター) and Digimon (デジタルモンスター), Monster Rancher humbly stands out as a game with the objective that players are monster breeders; they raise their creatures in perfect health in order for them to be the best in tournaments. Keep Reading

Asgard Anime Vault: The Vision Of Escaflowne

Thursday, 14 June, 2012

Vision of EscaflowneWas it all just a dream? Or a vision?

The Asgard Anime Vault celebrates old school anime that certainly made every 90′s otaku proud of having live those years as well as introduce young otakus to these great titles. This week, Asgard travels to the Gaea and witness The Vision of Escaflowne.

The Vision of Escaflowne (天空のエスカフローネ) is in itself a very magical series. In her childhood, Hitomi Kanzaki was given a set of tarot cards by her grandmother and soon mastered the art of fortune telling. Keep Reading

Asgard Anime Vault: Trigun

Monday, 4 June, 2012

trigunThis world is made of love and peace!

The Asgard Anime Vault celebrates old school anime that certainly made every 90′s otaku proud have lived those years as well as introduce young otakus to these great titles. This week, Asgard takes on Trigun.

Everyone is on the look out for Vash the Stampede, the Humanoid Typhoon. With a huge bounty on his head of 60,000,000,000$$ (60 billion double dollers), people just couldn’t get off his trail. Keep Reading

Asgard Anime Vault: Jigoku Sensei Nube

Wednesday, 23 May, 2012

The Asgard Anime Vault celebrates old school anime that certainly made every 90’s otaku proud have lived those years as well as introduce young otakus to these great titles. This week, Asgard zeroes in on a Jigoku Sensei Nube.

Jigoku Sensei Nube (地獄先生ぬ〜べ〜) or Hell Teacher Nube tells the story of Meisuke Neuno, more commonly known as “Nube”. Nube works in Doumori Elementary as a school teacher. This happy-go-lucky instructor loves his job and is does a very good job at doing it. Keep Reading

A Trip Down Memory Lane: Remembering Questor With Ms. Bambi Eloriaga-Amago

Sunday, 13 May, 2012

Author’s Note: I did this interview some time ago on my personal blog. I took my old site down because I could no longer take care of it. However, I saved a copy of this special interview and it is with great pride that I share this with the rest of the Anime and Otaku universe.

questorIn the late 1990’s, Anime became so huge in the Philippines. Questor – The Ultimate Anime Magazine, became a bible to hardcore Anime fans. Keep Reading