All posts by Gabrielle van Welie

Last Time On: Marco Polo

This Friday, July 1st Netflix is dropping that much awaited second season of Marco Polo. Because it has been so long since the first season aired (for our 21st century brains, at least), we’ve prepared a quick recap: In Episode 10, “The Heavenly and Primal,” we finally get

Anime Tuesdays: Another

Ever felt like the odd one out in a high school classroom? Kind of like nobody talks to you or even acknowledges your presence? It sure sounds like my teenage life sometimes. Except in this show all the hate is a necessary evil. Welcome to Another, the most amazing anime thriller

Game of Feels: The Winds of Winter

Warning: This post is highly spoiler-toxic. Proceed at your own risk. Last night’s episode of Game of Thrones has made even the toughest fans lose their goddamn minds. While most of us complained constantly about the show delaying the real action, none of us were

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Anime Tuesdays: FLCL

FLCL, otherwise known as Fooly Cooly, makes absolutely no sense. The most nonsensical thing about it is how much you can actually enjoy such a dismembered narrative. AnimeFreak lists the show under action, comedy, dementia, mecha, parody, and sci-fi. The reality is that I don’t think

A Definitive Ranking of Game of Thrones Butts

Given that last night’s episode of Game of Thrones was so intense, Rachael and Gaby decided that the only best way to cope with this PTSD was to definitively rank the most bodacious men of all the kingdoms from Westeros to Essos, the still living and

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Anime Tuesdays: Ao Haru Ride

While Ao Haru Ride is not as recent, it has only been out since 2014. Odds are that many of us, as was my case, have been caught up watching other things and let this one pass us by. Yet, I am here to point

Why Milk and Honey Is the Perfect Summer Read

The official summer kick-off means beaches and mojitos for many people. For me, it’s more like facing the pile of books I have been putting off since winter break. My original reading list started with Paradise Lost, which was going well until I realized it was probably too

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