After reviewing all of the previous installments in the series, I think we have to also check out Lostorage Conflated WIXOSS, which takes almost all of the characters in the series and forces them into even more battles. That sounds pretty cool, but this new season can’t possibly live up to that cool idea, can […]
Even though all three seasons of WIXOSS have already been reviewed here on YuriReviews, we’re still not done with the series. 2016 not only saw another season, it brought us a movie, Selector Destructed WIXOSS. Is it worth an hour-and-a-half of your time? Here’s my take~
Look alive, sunshine. Everyone’s favorite disturbed card battle anime is back for another season, so grab your deck and prepare a wish! What? That’s not what the winner gets anymore? Well then, cherish your memories, and let’s get to it already~
After taking a critical look at Selector Infected WIXOSS, it seemed only fair that the second season, Selector Spread WIXOSS, gets the same treatment. Even darker and more sinister than its predecessor, Spread attempts to make its wish (for a great YuriReviews score) come true, but it doesn’t quite work out that way.
If you ever felt as though your decks of Pokémon cards just weren’t gloomy enough, Selector Infected WIXOSS would like a minute of your time. Looking to add a more dark and serious narrative to the typical shounen-heavy card battle genre, Selector stumbles a bit in its quest, but it’s not for want of trying.
Even in the midst of a pandemic, the yuri world never stops, so let’s get on with the news~ First up, some rather pleasant news for fans of Madoka☆Magica. Right after the presumed final episode of Magia Record: Mahou Shoujo Madoka☆Magica Gaiden aired, a second season was confirmed, so it sounds like we are (likely) […]
It’s that time of the year again, so enjoy our Final Thoughts of the 2019 summer anime season that just came to an end~ Carole & Tuesday • 8/10 Length: 24 Episodes • Genre: Drama, Music, Romance, Sci-Fi This may not be a yuri anime, but romantic two-girl friendship is a thing, and Carole & […]