(Fall 2016 in Review) Girlish Number and Sound! Euphonium 2

Updates: By the time you will get this post, I will already be flying somewhere for vacation, so I won’t be writing posts for five or six days.  I have a post scheduled for tomorrow as well, so I think everything should work out alright.  Just giving you guys a heads up. Actual Post: Yeah,…

5 Anime I’m Glad I Watched in 2016: Fall Edition

This season closes (for me) today, so I think it’s about time this list came into existence.  There was quite a few shows that I liked watching this season, so it was hard to narrow down this list to five.  Sound Euphonium 2 was a solid anime, but I didn’t feel like it deserved an…

(It Happened Again) The Sunshine Blogger Award: Part 2

Hello everybody.  It’s been quite a short amount of time since I have nominated for any sort of award post, so here is another one.  It’s a repeat of the last one, but I think it’s worth doing again.  Sunshine Blogger Awards have an infinite amount of re-blog value because the questions coming from one…

(Anime Review) JoJo’s Bizarre Adventure: Part 4

If there was a single anime that I always looked forward to every Friday for the past three seasons, it was Jojo’s Bizarre Adventure Part 4: Diamond is Unbreakable.  It was consistently there, consistently entertaining, and I loved seeing what those wacky characters were up to.  Now that it’s gone, what am I going to…

(Anime Review) Princess Tutu: Of Identity Issues and Dance Battles

Merry Christmas everybody.  I decided that this was going to be my Christmas post a while back and what better way to celebrate Christmas with imperfect characters, tragedy, and dance battles?  Nothing.  There is no other way that makes sense at all.  *Looks at Tokyo Godfathers’ DVD * Nope, not at all.  Besides, it also…

(Fall 2016 in Review) Drifters

Drifters is the most entertaining series that I watched this season.  Yes, it is a dark fantasy series that has a lot of references to Hitler in it and different species of humanoids are thrown into concentration camps in order to wipe them out, and Jesus may or may not be the main bad guy. …

My Top 5 Guns in Anime

If there is one thing that anime does right, which there are a lot of things, it’s weaponry.  Anime and manga just this way of adding extra flare to things that make them cooler than any other form of media.  Is that a sword that you see or is that ten thousand swords?  Is that…

(Fall 2016 in Review) Yuri on Ice

Yuri on Ice is without a doubt the most popular anime of this season.  It’s a show that is consistently talked about and spoiled online within half an hour of it appearing on Crunchyroll. People need to watch the show you know.  It is sometimes impossible for me to watch this anime with a clear,…

(Manga Review) My Hero Academia: Volumes 1-6

At first I wasn’t going to even talk about My Hero Academia because it was something I was reading outside of this blog, but I decided to change my point of view on it.  I have some thoughts that I want to get out to world about it because I don’t think they are the…

An expanding taste doesn’t mean leaving what you first loved behind

This is something that I thought about when reading Lita’s latest post about her taste changed over time, watching Gigguk’s video of what he thinks is the perfect anime, and watching the latest episode of Gundam: Iron-Blooded Orphans Sunday morning.  All of these things put together really put some things into perspective for me.  Yes,…

(Fall 2016 in Review) Izetta: The Last Witch

I want to start this one off by saying, I think I’m finding some of the flaws of 12-episode anime series like this one.  The more I watch, the more I notice that only a small amount of characters get fleshed out completely.  There are exceptions, like Mob Psycho 100 or maybe Yuri on Ice,…