I’ve previously reviewed Record of Lodoss War, and, since the demise of Central Park Media I’ve called for someone to re-licence it. Finally, at last, my prayers have been answered. Central Park Media News was first to report (with articles from Anime News Network coming later) that at long last, Record of Lodoss War has been saved from Limbo by Media Blasters. Not only has the OVA series that I’ve previously reviewed been licensed, but the follow-up television series which hews a little closer to the books has been rescued as well.
Now the only title on my list of old CPM licences that needs rescuing is the Patlabor OVAs and TV series. My fingers are crossed…
Alright, we’ve reached the final act of the core Record of Lodoss War series, at least as far as the Manga is concerned. How does it hold up in relation to the anime, and on its own? Does it come to a good conclusion, whether wraps everything up or leaves an opening for a sequel (or not)? Continue reading →
We continue with our reviews of the core Record Of Lodoss War series, The Grey Witch, and move on to the second act of the series. The first act did okay – nothing flashing, but nothing awful either. Does the second act improve, or do poorly? Continue reading →
Well, I’ve reviewed Record of Lodoss War, the classic anime that set the mark for a lot of people’s anime campaigns. Now I’m going a little closer to the source, with the manga adaptation of the original game session transcriptions and the novels based of them. Continue reading →
We now come to the conclusion of the Record of Lodoss War prequel manga. Do things get wrapped up properly, setting things up for the core series, or is the conclusion unsatisfying? Continue reading →
Well, I’ve got a manga review for you this time. This time around, I’ve got the first installment of the Record Of Lodoss War prequel manga “Lady of Pharis”. Continue reading →