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Best of 2019

Since we've got more or less to the end of the year, seems like a reasonable time to sum up my "best ofs" for 2018. This post will cover all of the topics I've reviewed enough of to make it worthwhile.

Best Anime of 2019

Kaguya-Sama: Love Is War

School children try their damnedest to convince each other to confess their love.

ORESUKI Are you the only one who loves me?

School children confess their love to everybody, but always the wrong person.

Best Audio Drama/Fiction of 2019

I Am In Eskew

Tales of troubling horror in a city that constantly changes itself in order to screw with you.

London Necropolis Railway

The ghouls that move dead souls onto the next plane of existence have a bit of a problem when one comes back.

Middle: Below

Ghosts do ghost-y things. Ghostily.


The AI in your phone is a massively sarcastic bugger.

Rusty Quill Gaming

A very involved actual play, which is now hundreds of hours long.

Best Books of 2019

Happiness for Humans

AI tries to send humans on blind dates.

Perfidious Albion

Oh god Brexit.

The Seven Deaths of Evelyn Hardcastle

Time loop shenanigans in a twisty murder mystery.

Best Films of 2019

Toy Story 4

It's a story. About toys.

Best Games of 2019

Bad North

Minimalist RTS with angry vikings.

Best Radio of 2019

Hazel Tours

Pilot - the depths of Scotland attract crowds of tourist.

I'm Sorry, I'll Read That Again…Again!

It's the past, but now.

Just William - Live!

Sulky children mope about amusingly.

Night Terrace

If Doctor Who was a grumpy Australian.

Party's Over

Miles Jupp has to cope with being slightly less posh.

Phil Wang: Wangsplaining

Basically the Empire was a bad idea.


Nathan has been a bit naughty, and must slowly reincarnate his way back up the food chain.

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