Anime Review Roundup
Dragon Dentist shows what can happen to a dental technician that doesn’t respect the patient. I really am reaching for something to write in these bits, but Dragon Dentist is quite the oddity, understandable given that it shares a director with FLCL. Click on the review to see just how weird it is.
Aria the Natural Season 2 Part 1. Primarily a slice of life show made to make viewers relax, Aria excels when it comes to world building. It’s set on the planet Aqua (a stand-in for Mars), where a tourist city called Neo Venezia has been created. It follows a group of girls in training to become gondoliers, as they explore various aspects of their techno-magical world. Click on the review to see why this show is so worth watching.
This Week I’ve Been Mostly Rewatching...
I like the weird, I like the inventive, and I certainly like anime that do something different from the mainstream. Humanity has Declined certainly fits that bill, but it hasn’t aged too well with the re-watch. I loved it when I first saw it, but this is the third time, and it suffers from a bland main character, a drawback that isn’t addressed until the final two episodes, by which point it’s too late. Here’s my review of the Blu-ray release. Animatsu (remember them?) released the show on Blu-ray and on DVD in the UK in 2016, and is hard to find now for a realistic price.
MVM released Aria the Natural Season 2 Part 1 on Blu-ray on January 9th. All the Anime released The Dragon Dentist Collector's Edition in 2020. There was subsequently a standard release as well.
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