Hey everyone, welcome to this week’s Rebellious Reviews! This week will be on season three of Food Wars. I’ve been watching the whole thing again and I thought it would be cool to review one of my favorite seasons in the anime. A lot happens both in parts one and two and it just puts levels upon levels for the story. So, let’s get to reviewing this amazing anime season, shall we?
If someone were to tell you that the outcome for the upcoming food wars would decide the very fate of the food world itself, you’d expect the atmosphere of this train ride to be riddled with tension. But, considering the students and chefs on said train, that was not the case.
Hey everyone! Welcome to this week’s Rebellious Review! In honor of the third season of Kuroko no Basket coming out on Netflix this week I have decided to make a review of the second season of this anime. And oh goodness it is a doozy! Well, let’s get started, shall we?
“YOU’RE A GIRL?!” Both Luffy and Ussop all but yell in your face.
Although they seem generally pretty simple, the graphics tell a really great story though. The way they have designed the curses especially well. They definitely look the part of being the terrifying enemy they are supposed to be. Something that I thought was really well done is the fight scenes. They really pull you in.
Man, I don’t think I’ve actually been this nervous before. Not even before a Beef at S., You think to yourself as you stand outside of the little bistro that you and Hiromi agreed to meet at. You smile as you look around at the scenery before you. The bistro sat in front of a cute little park where there were trees galore and some kids still playing on the playground. And the place was situated in the quiet part of downtown so there wasn’t much traffic going on letting you enjoy the sounds around you. From birds chirping to casual conversations of random passers-by.
You grit your teeth and glower up at the smirking face of S’s renowned anti-hero Shadow. “Oh, I’m sure all right. And when I win—and I will win, you apologize to Reki-kun for not only humiliating him but destroying his skateboard that he worked so hard on.” You took your sleek oak wood skateboard that was littered with stickers of your favorite animes and bands on it out from underneath your arm and place it on the ground in front of you.
Hey guys! Welcome to this week’s Rebellious Reviews! This time I’m going to be reviewing the Demon Slayer movie. No worries though, I won’t spoil anything—at least not on purpose eheh. Well then! Let’s get to it shall we?
Hey everyone, welcome to this week’s Rebellious Top Ten! To honor the end of Women’s History Month: March, I’m going to list my personal top ten of my favorite women in pop culture. From video games, to anime, even to things like superheroes! So let’s got to it shall we?
Hey guys! Welcome to this week’s Rebellious Top Ten! This week I’m going to have a list of info from different outlets of social media–as per usual that show, in many different opinions the top ten best old school animes! This is gonna be a good list, I can feel it! So let’s get to it shall we?
Feature image taken by Sliver Fyre Studios
Hey everyone, welcome to this week’s article of Rebel’s Favorite Quotes! This week’s quotes are from the anime Food Wars! We all knew this was coming, I mean really, how many articles have I done on Food Wars already? Hah, anyways let’s get this started shall we? This is gonna be good…
Hey everyone! Welcome to this week’s Rebellious Top Ten! This week the list is going to be covering top ten anime best boys! The adorable underrated male characters that we anime fans tend to completely go nuts for. They don’t get enough attention in the anime or they do, but not too many fans notice them thus making them the perfect candidate for being a Best Boy. From the info I’ve collected from various social media outlets and my own personal preference I’ve completed this week’s list! So here we go!