Category Archives: Reviews

The Empty Planet

After the tour de force that was Death of the Doctor, I was not ready to get back to average episodes, but Gareth Roberts must have planned for that contingency by giving us a classic idea with a Doctor Who twist.  … Continue reading

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The Rapture

Feel the music in your soul, says the CD case for Sylvester McCoy’s next adventure.  Issue 36 of Big Finish’s main range of Doctor Who sees … or rather, hears… the 7th Doctor and Ace on the island of Ibiza … Continue reading

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Sound! Euphonium

The premise of Sound! Euphonium is just the sort of slice-of-life story that might baffle those who are not familiar with the world of anime. In the Western world in particular, we are used to our tidy little genres that … Continue reading

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The Day of Sagittarius

The junkyard presents two articles about the Melancholy of Haruhi Suzumiya episode The Day of Sagittarius. The view from 5930 miles away: The computer club guys are after revenge. How foolish of them. Bringing a challenge to Haruhi is like … Continue reading

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…Ish

What an ish title.  Warning: I’m probably going to use a lot of bad puns.  That’s how it goes. …ish is good-ish.  (I know, it’s starting already!)  What makes it work ish that Colin Baker could not have been better selected to … Continue reading

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Psychic School Wars

The storyline to Psychic School Wars didn’t really capture me. It’s a time travel drama, with Ryoichi Nyogoku travelling back from a future where the human race is almost extinct, living only on the moon. He has psychic powers, as … Continue reading

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Kaguya-Sama: Love is War

The Junkyard presents a review by Daz of the first series of the anime Kaguya-Sama: Love is War:  After seeing Chika Fujiwaras dance online, I knew that I was eventually going to have to find the show it was from … Continue reading

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