- Fragglepuss Anime Review 305: Chio’s School Road / Chio-chan no Tsuugakuro
- Fragglepuss Anime Review 304: Earwig and the Witch / Aya to Majo
- Fragglepuss Anime Review 303: Japan Sinks: 2020 / Nihon Chinbotsu 2020 + The Seven-Year Anniversary of Fragglepuss.com!
- Fragglepuss Anime Review 302: BNA
- Fragglepuss Anime Review 301: Isekai Izakaya: Japanese Food From Another World
Tag Archives: claymore
Land of the Lustrous / Houseki no Kuni Review by: John Fragglepuss Evans Genre: Action, Drama, Fantasy, Mystery, Sentient Gemstones First Aired: Fall 2017, 12 episodes Summary: A world has been all but destroyed by meteors. Fast forward to an … Continue reading
Fragglepuss Anime Review 288: Spice and Wolf / Ookami to Koushinryou + The Six-Year Anniversary of Fragglepuss Anime Reviews!
What a ride it’s been these last six years! It’s bizarre to think I’ve reviewed almost 300 unique anime over the years. I must admit, this year has presented its difficulties in continuing the reviews. It seems the whole world … Continue reading
Goblin Slayer Review by: John Fragglepuss Evans Genre: Action, Fantasy, Medieval, Goblins First Aired: Fall 2018, 12 episodes Summary: A young priestess is eager to become an adventurer, a task accomplished by signing up for a quest on the adventurer … Continue reading
Anime Happy Hour Podcast – Episode 4 – Strong Females Podcasters: John Fragglepuss Evans, Breanne Evans, Brittany Evans, Lindsay Evans-Starke In this episode we talk about some of the women we admire in anime, due to their various forms of … Continue reading
Berserk (2016) Review by: John Fragglepuss Evans Genre: Action, Adventure, Demons, Drama, Fantasy, Horror, Medieval, Supernatural, The Black Swordsman First Aired: Summer 2016, 12 episodes Summary: The Berserk anime series has finally continued from where it left off in 1997! … Continue reading
Claymore Review By: John Fragglepuss Evans Genre: Action, Adventure, Fantasy, Supernatural, Medieval First aired: Spring 2004, 26 episodes Summary: In this world, humans coexist with demonic predators called Yoma. These beasts feast on human innards and can take on a … Continue reading