All posts by Gabrielle van Welie

Anime Tuesdays (Wednesday): InuYasha

No, it’s not Tuesday, but we’re just going to have to go with it. Anyways, I’m dedicating this week’s late column to a show you’ve all probably watched: InuYasha. On the off chance that you haven’t watched it, this review should help remedy that. Tied

Feminism in Stranger Things: An Ode to Eleven

Spoiler-infested waters. Swim at your own risk. At this point, writing a general Stranger Things review would be mighty redundant. Especially after the Netflix hit show’s overwhelming success. In summary, the undisputed consensus is a resounding “Hell, yes.” Was it the 80s flair that did it? The continuous

6 Shows to Watch if You’re Addicted to Coffee

Thursdays are rough, man. Your alarm goes off and once again you are completely unable to unstick your eyelids. It’s the fourth time this week, and it just isn’t Friday yet. You can’t think of any consolation as you’re brushing your teeth, washing your face, and hating yourself. That is

Anime Tuesdays: The World God Only Knows

Before the days of Tinder, pubescent lonely boys had to cope through gal games. For those who have not had the opportunity to learn what a gal game is, it’s like a dating sim but with anime girls. From this behavior was born The World God

What Your Pokémon GO Team Says About You

Humans love dividing themselves into “three kinds of people.” You have the ones that make things happen, watch them happen, and wonder what happened. The ones who discuss about people, discuss about events, and discuss about ideas. And now you have Team Instinct, Team Mystic, and Team Valor (why does

Anime Tuesdays: Sword Art Online

The recent launching of PokémonGO and it’s record-breaking reception have proven one thing: that everybody and their mothers have dreamt of waking up inside their favorite video game. This global longing was harnessed by Sword Art Online, an anime about a group of virtual reality players that get trapped inside a game. The stakes

Pokémon Go Review: A Developing Story

It is a truth universally acknowledged that today all millennials have been played, teased, and blessed by the gods of Nintendo, Niantic, and the Pokémon Company. July 6th marks the much anticipated (and highly questioned) release of Pokémon GO, and with it my hopes for

Anime Tuesdays: Attack on Titan

If you have friends who watch anime, then you’ve probably heard about Attack on Titan. They’ve also probably mentioned two things. 1. It’s amazing. 2. When it comes to releasing new episodes, the creators took notes from the BBC Sherlock people. Both things are very

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