Category Archives: comparative

Where subjects are compared like apples and oranges, only far less fruitier.

The Legacy of Robotech in Macross

Pssst ghostlighting, don’t you have it backwards? Do I, really? Of course, strictly speaking Super Dimension Fortress Macross, Super Dimension Cavalry Southern Cross, and Genesis Climber Mospaeda all existed prior to Robotech and it was the work of Carl Macek … Continue reading

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The Trap of Comparing Vinland Saga With Berserk

Is obvious but I fall for it anyway. I’ll live. I’ve this thing for historical fiction (e.g. The Masters of Rome; series of novels by Colleen McCullough) , or fiction that presents itself as some kind of historical record (e.g. … Continue reading

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The Legend of Askeladd, & Farmland Saga

Vinland Saga feels like the story is really just beginning, and yet it’s hard to imagine how it’ll outdo its prologue. The prologue is roughly half of the available chapters and it presented an incredibly compelling story that interestingly can … Continue reading

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The Second of Six Posts on Macross Frontier Sayonara no Tsubasa: A Tale of Two Movie Adaptations–Tengen Toppa Gurren Lagann vs. Macross Frontier

We (the founders of We Remember Love) watched the culmination of the Macross Frontier saga together and in grand fashion: using an office board room and a high-end projector. It is only fitting, as the Macross Frontier sub-franchise is, and … Continue reading

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Heroism and the Corporation: Tiger & Bunny, Sacred SeveN & Dai-Guard (& Patlabor)

Two shows just completed: Tiger & Bunny, and Sacred SeveN – Sunrise Studio’s contributions to the hero sub-genre of anime. Both finales are let-downs, this is my sentiment. Overall however, both shows were both interesting and entertaining viewings over the … Continue reading

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