Chainsaw Man’s “Meowy’s Whereabouts” weaves human connection into Denji and Power’s hostile relationship then gives you a splendid visceral battle.
Chainsaw Man’s “Arrival In Tokyo” ramps up the comedic hijinks to fever pitch, a perfect counter to the violence and bleakness of the first episode.
Chainsaw Man’s “Dog & Chainsaw” is a visually stunning and orally visceral launch to the world of devils and humans through the eyes of down-on-his-luck Denji.
Kotaro Lives Alone on Netflix is a must-watch. Based on the manga by Mami Tsumura, the 10-episode anime has hilarious comedy but an underlying ache because of the circumstances surrounding the story. Kotaro Sato (Rie Kugimiya) is a 4-year-old boy who rents an apartment next door to a struggling manga artist Shin Karino (Toshiki Masuda). The story is a slice-of-life anime. However, there is no happy reason a toddler lives alone.
Jujutsu Kaisen exploded onto Crunchyroll and quickly gained a fan base. Based on the manga by Gege Akutami, each episode had the perfect blend of heart, action, and stunning animation. After the first season, fans awaited a second season. Although we have to wait till 2023 for the second season, Studio Mappa released a prequel film directed by Sunghoo Park, Jujutsu Kaisen 0. I love this movie. From the animation that shines brighter to the characters, Jujutsu Kaisen 0 gives fans more of what and who they love.
Blade Runner: Black Lotus gives a mix of action, noir-cyberpunk style animation with an absorbing mystery that leaves you ready for more. The series, directed by Shinji Aramaki and Kenji Kamiyama, is not top-tier animation, but the story is what holds the audience. In this world, protagonist Elle (voiced by Arisa Shida), awakens in a