Articles Posted in the " Tokyo Ghoul " Category

  • Tokyo Ghoul 2×12 Review: Ken

    Tokyo Ghoul Root A has finally come to an end. After months of watching this series, my time with this anime is finally over. The conclusion of this anime series ends with much sadness, angst, and tragedy. Although the majority of the series consisted of disappointments, the final episode gives the show some redemption. Warning: […]


  • Tokyo Ghoul: How Low Can You Go

    I’m sure that by this point, my disappointment in Tokyo Ghoul Root A no longer comes as a surprise to anyone. As of now, the second season has one episode left, and I have been repeatedly unimpressed by the complete lackluster and unoriginality of the anime. I’m very sad to say that after being let down time […]


  • Tokyo Ghoul 2×3 Review: Hangman

    Before watching episode three of Tokyo Ghoul Root A, I tried to avoid the internet as much as possible so that I wouldn’t see any spoilers. Luckily for me, I didn’t have anything to worry about since hardly anything happened in the episode at all. There was nothing that could have been spoiled. Last week, I mentioned that my […]


  • Tokyo Ghoul 2×2 Review: Dancing Flowers

    If you read my review from last week, then you know that my first impression of Tokyo Ghoul Root A was lukewarm at best. But let me tell you, this week’s episode of this series definitely changed my thoughts and opinion for the better! Episode two titled “Dancing Flowers” definitely piqued my interest for this new season […]


  • Tokyo Ghoul 2×1 Review: Faith

    After the last episode of Tokyo Ghoul season one ended with a major cliffhanger, season two (called Tokyo Ghoul √A) wasted no time in continuing on with where things left off. This episode gave viewers a taste of what’s to come in this second installation of the popular anime, with the introduction to a brand new plot that strays […]


  • Tokyo Ghoul: The Curious Case of Kaneki Ken

    Whatever preconceived notion that you have about anime needs to be set aside for a bit because Tokyo Ghoul is far from your typical anime. Tokyo Ghoul is an action/ horror genre anime that’s set in an alternative present-day Japan where ghouls (carnivorous creatures that survive by consuming human flesh) live among ordinary people. Although most ghouls choose […]


  • Summer 2014 Halfway point: Hits and Misses.

    For each new anime season, I do try to make a point to check out what’s gaining buzz in the community. Sometimes I’m a little late to the party, and sometimes it isn’t until the next season has started that I even get time to really invest in finding the gems. Usually I’ll discover one, […]