86 Eighty-Six: First Season’s Conclusion

After months of delay in production, we finally have a concrete conclusion.  86 Eighty-Six has delivered on its storytelling potential. 86 Eighty-Six was able to tell a compelling story about war, racism, and find hope somewhere in between. It went in directions that I wasn’t expecting. The story was able to successfully switch the lead […]

86 Eighty-Six: Is Shin’s only Home the Battlefield?

They say home is where the heart is.  Eighty-Six has always been very heavy in its subject matter. From war, racism, and genocide there are few positives to take from the anime. War is horrific that aside from the obvious loss of life and devastation that occurs, those who survive lose themselves. Or worse it […]