My Next Life as a Villainess: All Routes Lead to Doom!

…and yet, for as dense as the protagonist truly is, it’s somehow believable; she’s so caught up in the idea that she’s the villain, that the male characters will inevitably fall in love with the game’s original protagonist and that her life is in danger to the point where you can actually sympathize with her denseness.… Read more.


…never does the show feel like it slows down, misses a beat, or runs out of ideas; and despite how unavoidably incompetent Kazuma and his party seem, the show never strays too far from their ultimate goal of defeating the Devil King, always driving the plot forward in the most unexpected but welcome ways.… Read more.

So I’m a Spider, So What?

Now, I know I’m kinda ranting a bit here about the issues this show has, but the truth of the matter is that I actually really liked it and enjoyed my time with it! The thing about Kumo Desu ga is that it does a poor job of playing to its strengths; but those same strengths are so strong and so well done that they redeem a lot of its weaknesses.… Read more.

Redo of Healer

As the show continues, you learn that it is set in a dark fantasy world where the conflict between humanity and the demon king is not nearly as clear cut as you might expect, with morally bankrupt and twisted heroes willing to distort reality for the sake of appearing righteous and just in their cause.… Read more.