Caitlin Moore has been watching anime since a two-episode VHS cost $30. She writes for her own blog, I Have a Heroine Problem; writes, edits, and podcasts for Anime Feminist; and travels to anime conventions doing panels about shoujo manga.
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The anime is centered around dragon hunters, but it closely parallels whale hunters.
On May 9, 2020 by Caitlin Moore
The Netflix series is a must-watch.
On Mar 28, 2020 by Caitlin Moore
Strong character writing and performances makes the titular horse girl Sarah’s deteriorating mental health compelling and sympathetic.
On Feb 11, 2020 by Caitlin Moore
It's essentially a new version of 'Project Runway’.
On Jan 29, 2020 by Caitlin Moore
It's a disappointing adaptation of the hit role-playing games.
On Jan 23, 2020 by Caitlin Moore
As the latter half of 'Carole and Tuesday' shifts its focus to topical political allegory, its strengths remain, but its idealism may turn away some viewers.
On Jan 3, 2020 by Caitlin Moore
A more conventional story gives 'Levius' more mainstream appeal than its more graphic brethren.
On Dec 11, 2019 by Caitlin Moore
The Hulu comedy tries to universalize the experiences of a small group of women, but winds up shallow and alienating.
On Nov 20, 2019 by Caitlin Moore
The feature-length continuation of the anime series is all flash, no substance.
On Oct 2, 2019 by Caitlin Moore
The Netflix musical anime gets off to a wonderful start with show-stopping musical numbers and lovable characters.
On Sep 18, 2019 by Caitlin Moore
Netflix's remake of the classic anime is egregious.
On Aug 29, 2019 by Caitlin Moore
The anime 'documentary' perpetuates harmful Japanese stereotypes and offers little insight into the medium.
On Aug 15, 2019 by Caitlin Moore