Headless motorcycle riders and flying vending machines are normal events in Ikebukuro.
Moe bishoujo harboring the spirits of warships may sound insane, but that’s all the more reason to watch.
One part nihilistic corruption, one part oddly timed comedy, and many parts cool action and death, Akame ga Kill! is not afraid to reveal all that is revolting in this world.
An all-girls survival game to the death. Two against eleven seems like good odds, right?
The same old tired out themes, but well executed.
How much can you say about three minutes of semi-plot? It might be better to say nothing at all.
A tale about a witch and her princess. Oh yeah, and there’s also a Team Rocket-esque quintet of mini-villians.