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Kemono no Souja Erin: anime review part 2/2 – When Beast Lords fly and the gods descend

Review: After the first twenty five episodes focusing mostly on Erin’s childhood and her evolution into a courageous wise young woman and apparently the only one who can communicate Lilan the beast lord, the second half of the show is less drama/slice-of-life and more political/action; an epic fantasy in every way. For those who have not read the first part of my review, I encourage you to do so before continue reading this post. Continue reading

Kemono no Souja Erin: anime review part 1/2 – Me and my mother the beast renditioner

Review: Watching Kemono no Souja Erin may seem like a difficult task due to its 50 episodes length. Plus, the show’s general image that puts it in children’s anime category can lead to many viewers’ hesitation upon choosing to watch this series. But I tell you now, with confidence, that Kemono no Souja Erin is a wonderful anime and an irreplaceable experience. This post is a review that covers the first 25 episode of the show. Continue reading

Our world is the most beautiful place: reflections from The Grid

I spent part of my New Year holiday at the cinema. I watched Tron Legacy expecting it to be as spectacular as the trailers, TV spots and the online buzz said it would be. Well, it was far from that but it didn’t mean that the movie was a total waste of time. In this article I will talk about what the film told me. It was something awfully simple, very basic. In fact, it was something we already know. Tron told me the world was the most beautiful place. Continue reading

Training your Dragon and Beast Lord: a short discussion

Last week I finally finished watching Kemono no Souja Erin. While I was in the process of reviewing the series, I stumbled upon an animated feature released in theater earlier this year. It was How to Train Your Dragon. It occurred to me that both shows were very similar yet very different. In this post, I share my thoughts on this matter with you. Please be warned that there are major spoilers for both titles ahead. Continue reading