Monthly Archive: March, 2015

The Resident Evil Remake is Cool

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I had said in a meeting a while back that I’d do an article for our female protagonist-centred month here at The Vault. This was before really settling on anything, or even recently… Continue reading

The Scissor Blade Vendetta of Ryuko Matoi

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DON’T LOSE YOUR WAY! — a key theme (both as a song and a motto) in the anime KILL LA KILL, produced by Trigger.  The story follows 17 year old Ryuko Matoi as… Continue reading

March News

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Hello everyone! With March rolling around, also recognized as Women’s History month, we thought it’d be fitting here at The Vault to explore various media that feature female protagonists that are far too often underrepresented… Continue reading

Expelled from Paradise (2014)

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I recently watched Expelled from Paradise (Rakuen Tsuihou), a 2014 animated film written by Urobuchi Gen, directed by Mizushima Seiji, and produced by Toei Animation with animation from Graphinica. Upon first hearing of… Continue reading

Anime Wrap-up 2014: The Best, The Worst and The State of The Anime Medium – Part 3

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Click here for PART 1. Click here for PART 2. Summer 2014 (A light in the wilderness, or our eyes adapting to the darkness?) Alas, my friends, the end times seemed not to… Continue reading

10 Games I Hate That Everybody Loves

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Disclaimer: This article is solely my opinion and does not reflect the opinions of the rest of the members of The Vault Publication. We all have those games. Everybody discusses how they are… Continue reading

Anime Wrap-up 2014: The Best, The Worst and The State of The Anime Medium – Part 2

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Click here for PART 1. Spring 2014 (just when you thought things couldn’t get worse) The fall leftovers had protected the multitudes of viewers in their fine bosom, protecting them from the vile beasts that… Continue reading