This review may contain spoilers. I can handle the truth.
When I was younger, Spider-Man was my favorite character ever. I could never get enough of him. The Raimi trilogy was my venture into comic book media and started my obsession that still holds today. It was a joy to see just how perfect the films were. Whether it was Tobey, the irreproachable writing, or the outstanding villains. Tobey Maguire was the quintessential Spider-Man and the villains were some of the most well-written and executed characters of all time. Then,…
Don’t judge a book by its cover is an old, extremely commonly known phrase. That phrase however, is more than accurate with the case of Blue Period. On the surface, it seems really simple. It’s seemingly just a series about someone getting into art. Despite that, once you actually get into it, it’s so much more. While it suffers tremendously from a low budget, with some iffy animation and extremely bad pacing, it manages to excel itself into something unique.…