Gundam Iron-Blooded Orphans Episode 4 Review!

Series: Mobile Suit Gundam Iron-Blooded Orphans Episode 4: The Price of Life Release Date: October 25, 2015 Genre: Sci-fi, Mecha Studio: Sunrise Where to Watch: Daisuki, Crunchyroll Synopsis: The episode begins with an explanation of Tekkadan’s plan to escort Princess Kudelia: they need to get to an orbital station, secure a ship formerly owned by CGS, and from there take some back routes to arrive on Earth, due to the major spaceways being watched by Gjallarhorn. One of the leftovers from CGS, a Mr. Todo, recommends … Read more Gundam Iron-Blooded Orphans Episode 4 Review!

One-Punch Man Episode 2 Review!

Series: One-Punch Man Episode #2: The Lone Cyborg Release Date: October 11, 2015 Genre: Action/Adventure Studio: Madhouse Where to Watch: Daisuki   Synopsis: The episode opens with a newscast discussing an outbreak of mosquitoes; a swarm so big and deadly that citizens are advised to stay indoors. The swarm is revealed to be controlled by an humanoid insect girl, Mosquito Girl, who thrives off of the blood of humans and animals. While this is happening, Saitama is occupied trying to kill a lone mosquito that keeps … Read more One-Punch Man Episode 2 Review!

Plans for the Fall Anime Season

Konnichiwa! As Unsheathed has finally started to begin its long journey, I wanted to give you all a heads-up on what to expect in the coming months. Each season of anime lasts about 13 weeks, and there are four seasons over the course of a year. The Winter season is from January to March, the Spring season is from April to June, the Summer Season is from July to September, and the Fall season lasts from October to December. With that in mind, here are the features you … Read more Plans for the Fall Anime Season

Top Five Anime to Watch While You’re in School!

Ohayo gozaimatsu! A new day, a new week! I know that school starts for some of you today, as it does for me, so I thought “What’s the best way to help my readers as they’re going to school?” Obvious answer: give them anime! So for today’s post, I’d like to highlight my Top Five Anime to Watch While You’re in School! And yes, I enjoy capital letters. Don’t judge. 

The Power of Emotion in Black Rock Shooter

Fear. Love. Anger.  All basic parts of the human existence. All unique, yet interconnected. All primal, yet human. At some point in our lives, we have all experienced a mixture of any of these emotions. For every good day, there are a few bad ones. For every tender hug, there are words that sting of bitterness. And few powers on Earth compare to the influence these emotions can have on our lives. Emotions are not intrinsically human, and yet they are a large part of … Read more The Power of Emotion in Black Rock Shooter

Where’s God in Attack on Titan?

Ohayo gozaimas! Sorry for the lack of posts on Friday everyone; I had a CLEP test that day and the rest of the day was filled with stuff that kept me really busy. I do plan to make up for it though, with a special mid-week post that should land somewhere around Wednesday, so keep your eyes peeled. As always, leave me a Like and a comment below if you like what you see; it helps keep my self-esteem up and lets me know you … Read more Where’s God in Attack on Titan?

Sword Art Online and the Power of Christian Friendships (Part 2)

Continuing on last week’s post, there are many reasons that friendships are successful. Sometimes it’s because of shared interests, sometimes it’s because of a mutual threat, but one of the most important is encouragement. Few things are more uplifting than a friend who helps to share your burdens, one who loves you, and takes it upon himself to give you strength when you’re weak. This kind of friendship is praised throughout the Bible, and is nowhere more evident than in the relationship between David and … Read more Sword Art Online and the Power of Christian Friendships (Part 2)