All posts tagged: Zankyou No Terror

Terror In Resonance: The Complete Series – Review

It’s somewhat hard to write a review about a series based on the concept of nation-wide terrorism, simply because this is not a thing of fiction. In contemporary times terrorism is a harsh reality, and it’s effects are more horrific than they ever have been before. I suppose this is what makes a series like Shinichiro Watanabe’s Terror In Resonance so relatable, because we as human beings living in this time do not have to suspend disbelief for the sake of the story. That, in and of itself, is such a frightening truth. What makes a series, for me, so enjoyable is that it takes me away from this particularly harsh reality, to a realm I will never experience, but can appreciate through certain mediums. Though, as people, there are times when we need to explore a fictional world that is somewhat close to our own. This, I believe, is a way for us to be grounded, so as to not escape into an unobtainable reality forever. These stories also help us come to terms with …

The Snap, Crackle and Pop Culture Show: Shinichiro Watanabe’s Summer Anime

In the latest episode of the ‘Snap, Crackle and Pop Culture Show’ Luke and Frank sit down for another short conversation, this time they talk about the legendary Shinichiro Watanabe and his Summer Anime titles that are currently running. ‘Terror In Resonance’ and ‘Space Dandy’ take the spotlight in this episode as the boys explain to the audience why exactly it is that Shinichiro Watanabe is the star of this Anime season. The two also go back a few years to briefly talk about Watanabe-Sensei’s past projects as they reminisce about the ‘good ol’ days’ of Anime. Anyway, enough ‘chit chat’! The video is below for all of you to see so go ahead and check it out! -30-