Hello dear readers,
As you no doubt have noticed, I’ve been absent from writing new posts in the month of September. This is largely because I’ve begun a new program at school, and needed the time to adjust and get integrated in a new semester’s worth of coursework. The other reason however, is that I have not had the time to truly write the quality of material that I strive to always post on this blog, out of respect to you- the readers, and to my own standards. That said, I’m looking to return in October with some new material, including some seasonally-themed work, so look forward to that!
Christian, aka “AniB”
As summer comes to a close and a new and exciting schedule takes hold in my life, I’ll be looking to establish a consistent weekly review post, probably on the weekends, with the possibility of something else during the week as well. I’ve got some shows coming down the pipeline to appear on here, so I remain excited to continue bringing high-quality content to you, the readers. Thank you to all the kind people who followed me since I started this blog in late January- and I appreciate all the readers who have continued to drop by in the passing months!
-Christian, aka “AniB”
I’m still taking animated show requests. Leave a comment if you wish to see something!
You may have noticed a change to the main web page and new links up top that make it easier to find specific articles. That in fact is intentional- a long awaited change that makes AniB Productions more user-friendly! The site should be far more navigable to traverse through now, and I’ll be looking to update the compiled links to articles as I continue to publish in the coming days, weeks, months and years! Let me know what you think in the comments, as feedback is always appreciated!
-Christian, aka “AniB”
It’s been a while since I’ve regularly posted, and while I’ve slipped in a few articles here and there (see the Easter special, or the revised top 10 list), I haven’t had a new review or “thought piece” for a while. So, with my final semester of undergraduate work finishing up, I have a big week of reviews and material I’m looking forward to sharing with everyone! Here’s the schedule:
5/21: Review: Samurai Jack (the final season will end the night before!)
5/23: Review: Assassination Classroom (Ansatsu Kyoushitsu)
5/25: Random Episode Ramblings #1: “Not What He Seems” (Gravity Falls)
5/26: Review: Steins;Gate
5/27: Review: The Huckleberry Hound Show
There’ll be plenty of other material again going forward, but after finishing school and taking a self-imposed hiatus, I’m very excited to get writing again! (And don’t worry- part 3 of the Hunter x Hunter comparison series is coming still!) I’ll also look to potentially slip something else in before the schedule officially kicks off.
Excited to read some new material? Like any of these shows? Curious about any you haven’t seen? Leave a comment!
It’s the end of April, and 19 shows are on the board. Time for a refresher!
Well, I haven’t been writing that much lately, but with the end of April upon us, it seemed like a good time to update “the top 10.” This is strictly based on grades; note the top 5 are all so closely graded any of them really could be #1! All the reviews are linked to their shows here as well.
T1. Avatar: The Last Airbender (98%)
T1. Gravity Falls (98%)
T2. Cowboy Bebop (97%)
T2. Hunter x Hunter (97%)
T2. Fullmetal Alchemist: Brotherhood (97%)
6. Young Justice* (93%)
7. The Legend of Korra (85%)
T8. Codename: Kids Next Door (84%)
T8. Phineas and Ferb (84%)
T8. Dragon Ball Z (84%)
Dropped out: Neon Genesis Evangelion (81%), Fanboy and Chum Chum (9%)
Just missed: Rurouni Kenshin (82%), Ben 10 (81%), Evangelion.
NOTE: “*” denotes a preliminary review.
Once again, 97% and 98% is splitting hairs. I’d say any of those shows have a legitimate claim for the top spot. (It also goes without saying they’re worth a watch!) For a refresher of what the first Top 10 looked like after only 10 reviews, click here.
Still not seeing a show you’re hoping to see here? Agree or disagree? Leave a comment!
A quick update- which regards the release of articles here at AniB Productions:
I can potentially release a new piece every single day. However, I will always be sure to have a review once a week, and usually a character piece as well. There are also plans to continue unannounced pieces outside those formats on a daily basis- such as the Valentine’s Day themed reflection. As always, feedback is the best way for me to know what might interest anybody as readers, and serves as a great way to form ideas and further interesting discussions. I’m looking forward to building off what’s been a tremendous start here on the blog,
Christian, aka “AniB”