My second song from Soul Eater, this is the fourth and final ending called “Strength”. My favorite among the ending themes from the show, the piano is driving and melodic. The ending is admittedly strange to watch seeing as how … Continue reading Best Anime Openings/Endings – “Strength,” Abingdon Boys School
I have yet to finish the second season of Sword Art Online II, but I really enjoy listening to this song and felt I had to talk about it as soon as possible. At first, I didn’t care for “Ignite”. … Continue reading Best Anime Openings/Endings – “Ignite,” Eir Aoi
“Let Me Hear” is an opening that grew on me as I watched Parasyte. Initially, I liked the driving rhythm of the beginning of the song, but as soon as the auto-tuned screaming voice entered the song I’d skip it. … Continue reading Best Anime Openings/Endings – “Let Me Hear,” Fear and Loathing in Las Vegas
This next opening is featured in Steins;Gate. “Hacking to the Gate” contains key visuals and lyrics that correlate with many of the themes and ideas in Steins;Gate without spoiling the narrative in the show. This opening is fast and can … Continue reading Best Anime Openings/Endings – “Hacking to the Gate,” Kanako Ito
Note: This article is inspired by a speech I wrote for Academic Decathlon in my senior year of high school. I’ve rewritten it in article form to make it less dramatic and more concise. Enjoy! For years, I’ve been arguing … Continue reading Sad vs Happy Endings – Which is Better?
Just thought I’d share with all the saddest videogame cut-scene of all time – Xion’s death, straight from the ending of Kingdom Hearts 358 Days / 2. When people bitch and moan about how many spin-offs there has been between … Continue reading Xion’s Death From Kingdom Hearts 358 Days/2 – Saddest Videogame Scene Ever
Zack Snyder responded to Man of Steel’s finale, in which pretty much a gajillion people got murdered, half of which in the fist fight between Zod and Superman alone. Honestly, I was hoping for something close to an apology – … Continue reading Zack Snyder Responds to Man of Steel’s High-Death Finale