In the weeks following the Kill La Kill (KLK) finale, I’ve seen a lot of people weighing in on the show. Given it’s popularity, over-the-top theatrics, and symbol-heavy plus textually-dense narrative, this isn’t anything too surprising. […]
Valentine’s Day may have long come and gone, BUT THE LOVING NEVER STOPS IN THE SAKAMAKI HOUSEHOLD. CUE BLOOD RED MOON. LET’S GO.
So Kill La Kill is a PRETTY AWESOME show. But it actually turns out to be even more awesome and clever than even I had realized.
In this next guest post, I teamed up with misfortunedogged from over at Things in the Fridge to defend one of our most beloved anime genres: the harem. While it […]