Here is a little post I wrote about a couple of Christmas episodes of Patlabor and how they reminded me of a passage from G.K. Chesterton’s The Everlasting Man. I feel honored to have had my post scheduled for Christmas Eve, and I hope that my dear readers enjoy it. Click on the link below.
Have a merry Christmas!
Here we are on December 22nd, nearly Christmas, and you’ve yet to hear about those eight other anime which were mentioned back in the “Happy Yankee Thanksgiving” post! Well, my dear readers have waited long enough. Without further ado, here they are:
Through the encouragement of a good friend who is also a big fan of this anime, I decided to give Patlabor a try. This lighthearted anime still manages to provide some great combat, suspense, and intrigue. It also helps that the characters are very likeable. I haven’t formulated a full opinion of Patlabor yet, but I can guarantee that it’s fun. (Hidive)
2) Ranma 1/2
Many fans of Rumiko Takahashi consider Ranma 1/2 to be her best work–others say Urusei Yatsura, and yet others Inuyasha. (A friend of mine theorizes that it depends on which one saw first. Inuyasha is the one for me.) Ranma 1/2 will appeal especially to those who love martial arts comedy. After over 60 episodes, I don’t feel bored of it yet. (Hulu, Vudu)