Tag: baka-raptor: prehistoric

Close Enough

Seven years ago, I successfully predicted the ending of Naruto. This is proven by the image below, which admittedly could’ve been edited in MS Paint. But Baka-Raptor, that’s not how it ended! Not anymore. According to the Heisenberg Uncertainty Principle, […]

Giant Robots Aren’t So Bad

I used to think that any anime with giant robots would be better off without them. This is no longer the case. But Baka-Raptor, why would you ever bother watching The iDOLM@STER? It all started back in 2006 when a […]

Black Cat and the Cloneasaurus

One of my earliest posts criticized the Black Cat anime for cramming too much material in to too few episodes, as exemplified by its superficial development of Flora-chan, a dinosaur brought to life by advanced cloning techniques. I finally got […]

I Watch Anime Alone

The manliest song without an AMV? Anything worth doing is worth doing alone. Can’t exercise by yourself? See if I care when you get a heart attack. Don’t want to eat alone? Go ahead and starve. People who need others […]

Opal Mehta is a really crappy book

Back in the early days of my site, I wrote a post defending Kaavya Viswanathan during her plagiariasm scandal. In a nutshell, I argued that her book sucked so much that it couldn’t have been plagiarized. Well, it’s time to […]