Sean

Sean

Author's details

Name: Sean Hickman
Date registered: September 27, 2011

Biography

Tees Uni graduate and former Anicom chair, Sean "Slazo" Hickman now spends his time working at a local community centre and writing for both Retro Remastered and here. Being weeaboo inclined, most of my articles on here will be covering anime and manga.

Latest posts

  1. Spring Anime 2018 First Episode Impressions – Part 1 — April 6, 2018
  2. Movie March – Deadpool — April 1, 2018
  3. Sean’s Top 10 Anime of 2017 — March 31, 2018
  4. Movie March – Dear Basketball — March 24, 2018
  5. Movie March – The Peanuts Movie — March 17, 2018

Author's posts listings

Apr 06

Spring Anime 2018 First Episode Impressions – Part 1

With Movie March and the Top Ten in the past, it’s time to set our sights on the future once again, with the Spring season first impressions! And what a season we have, with new Tokyo Ghoul, Lupin, Persona, Sword Art Online and Fist of the North Star amongst some exciting debuts. This first part …

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Apr 01

Movie March – Deadpool

Welcome back to Movie March, where… what do you mean, it’s April? And Easter Sunday? AND April Fools Day? Guess we’d better do something appropriate for such an occassion then. And if we’re going to be full of contradictions on this article, might as well make it a live-action film. Which I guess means it’s …

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Mar 31

Sean’s Top 10 Anime of 2017

These never get easier. The time has come to reflect on another year of great shows, lament about those I never got around to catching up with, and rank the ten best series and movies from the year that was 2017. 198! That was the number of first episodes you can read impressions of from …

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Mar 24

Movie March – Dear Basketball

Welcome back to Movie March, where we’ll be looking at and reviewing animated films from both the east and the west all month long. For our fourth entry of 2018, I’ve decided to watch something completely different to what I usually cover and consider, in the animated short Dear Basketball. Why? Because it won the …

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Mar 17

Movie March – The Peanuts Movie

Welcome back to Movie March, where we’ll be looking at and reviewing animated films from both the east and the west all month long. For our third entry of 2018, I’m indulging in the modern take on one of my childhood loves that I really need to get around to re-reading and watching, Peanuts! A …

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Mar 10

Movie March – Perfect Blue

Welcome back to Movie March, where we’ll be looking at and reviewing animated films from both the east and the west all month long. For our second entry of 2018, we’ll be focusing on something from way back in 1997, as we take a look at Perfect Blue. One of Satoshi Kon’s earlier works, before …

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Mar 03

Movie March – Pokémon the Movie: I Choose You!

March has arrived, not that you’d know from the winter wonderland outside. But that also means it’s time for the return of Movie March! We ran this back in 2014 as well as last year, and if you’re new here, it means you can look forward to a bunch of animated movie reviews throughout the …

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Feb 19

Winter Anime 2018 – Three Episodes Later…

So the first episode impressions are done for another season, but my work is far from over. You may recall back in the first part, I said I was gonna give six shows one more shot at winning me over, by watching their first three episodes. Afterall, sometimes a show needs an arc to establish …

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Jan 28

Winter Anime 2018 First Episode Impressions – Part 4

And as the first month of the year comes to a close, so too do these first episode impressions. But we’re going out with a bang. We’ve got two Fate shows! The return of Studio Trigger! A double dose of Seven Deadly Sins sequels! And yet another show from yesteryear makes a comeback! But will …

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Jan 21

Winter Anime 2018 First Episode Impressions – Part 3

Time for the third batch of winter shows. We’ve got the long-awaited KyoAni series Violet Evergarden asking that age old question “what is love”, noitaminA’s newest entry Love is Like After the Rain, and sequels to a few popular shows from the past few years in Overlord II and Dagashi Kashi 2! Oh, and an …

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