Time to geek out on Haikyu!! One of my favorite animes to just boost myself into happiness mode with. Let’s explore.
I jump into the game late with my review of My Hero Academias first season, let’s explore together.
For many of us, film and television hold a special place in our hearts because it is such an immersive experience combining many different forms of art when done well. […]
Another masterpiece created by studio Ghibli, Princess Mononoke can hold its own against any film out there. Let’s explore.
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Love it or hate it anime has been growing and spreading it’s influence every year. But even as it grows it struggles to mark a place within our entertainment industry, […]
Aloha readers, listeners, and lost folks who took a wrong turn, this is a public service announcement from your friendly neighborhood geek. When I began the journey to start a […]
“It’s like everyone tells a story about themselves inside their own head. Always. All the time. That story makes you what you are. We build ourselves out of that story.” […]
For those who have been paying attention, you may have noticed a small change on the ol’ website as of today. Geeksnbarbells, which has graced the URL for the past […]
Sometimes you know something in your heart yet no one has ever put down the words for you to connect with. Sometimes someone does though, and it is a magical […]
Are protagonists in anime too young? Or just unrealistically portrayed? As an avid fan of anime, this critique may come off as too strict or harsh, but I believe it […]
Gleipnir is a 2020 anime that has got people talking, and not always in a good way. With striking visuals and a few combat scenes that will have you on […]
We are overwhelmed with entertainment choices these days. Thousands upon thousands of different mediums are screaming for attention 24/7, just hoping to catch a bit of our time so that […]
The first season of Kuromukoro falls into many of the same issues throw away anime series do these days. Way too many nonsensical children, and way too little background story. […]