Posts tagged: bakemonogatari

Animecast: The Fanservice Conundrum

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After going into full detail on what fanservice is and why it’s exists in anime, the hosts of the Otaku Spirit Animecast return to the subject following some interesting developments in the recent seasons. Read more »

Animecast: Hanamonogatari

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Moving on from the Monogatari Second Season, the Otaku Spirit Animecast hosts dive into the story of Kanbaru in Hanamonogatari. Taking a place a bit further in the timeline, this series aims its focus on mostly one cast member that has had little screen time. But does her story hold enough to warrant this series? Read more »

Animecast: Onimonogatari

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Shinobu’s dark past comes to light as a mysterious darkness puts both Araragi and Hachikuji in danger. An interesting telling with some even more odd choices in art direction. Listen in to hear the hosts’ take on Shinobu Time! Read more »

Animecast: Otorimonogatari

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Being cute is tough business, as seen from the eyes of the adorable Nadeko Sengoku. A path riddled with insecurities, jealousy, and even madness. Join the Animecasts as they dive further into the Monogatari Second Season with Nadeko Medusa. Read more »

Animecast: Nekomonogatari Black

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It’s time to dive head first into the story of Tsubasa with Nekomonogatari Black. The first segment in her story for the Monogatari Second Season. Join the Hosts of the Animecast and get their take on Tsubasa and if she remains candidate for best girl! Read more »

Animecast: Nisemonogatari

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Continuing the journey through the Monogatari Series, the Animecast Hosts dive into the Nisemonogatari series and give their take on the dose of Fire Sisters Justice! Is the series still holding strong or falling short? Read more »

Animecast: Bakemonogatari

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Bakemonogatari has been a big hit in certain sections of the anime fandom. Praised for its witty dialog exchange that could make any subtitle purist’s eyes bleed. In all seriousness, the lack of an Otaku Spirit Animecast review of it was just downright criminal. Seeking to change that, we sit down and review this classic and give it a proper examination. Read more »