Here I am looking at a text screen to type a post that I’ve been thinking about for a while. Ever since I started watching the 2003 version, the comparisons between both series just wouldn’t leave me head. In this day and age of anime watching, a 51-episode series is a long journey and I … More Neither Are Perfect: FMA 2003 vs FMA: Brotherhood
I have a question for all of you. How do you feel about adaptions of manga and light novels? Do you feel like they are always supposed to be heavily bound by source material and supposed to be accurate as possible? Do you think that adaptations should make some adjustments to the source material to … More Does Being Accurate to the Source Material Matter? What about Filler?
Holy crap guys. How have I been blogging for three years and still have no idea what I am doing? Is that possible? I suppose I have a better idea about what I am doing now and I have a clear vision of where I want to be, but I haven’t found out how to … More My Third Blogiversary Thoughts and Hopes for the Future!
Looking at this coming week has made me a little reflected. It’s almost been three years since I started blogging, so I think that makes sense in some way. I suppose I do a lot of self-reflection anyway. Writing reviews reflect what I think about a show I just watched. Writing thoughtful posts are my … More (3rd Blogiversary Week) Build a blog? You’re also building a brand.
Originally posted on Raistlin0903:
Hello everybody, What better way to start the year then with a look back, or more precisely the results of the first ever anime awards that were held on WordPress. After a careful selection by a wonderful group of performers: Cactus Matt, Derek Lyons, Marthaurion, Matt Doyle, Jon Spencer, Karandi, Star &…
Read my Volume 1 Review Here. The following is and isn’t going to be a review. I know this seems off the wall compared to everything else that I have posted this week, but I think Legend of the Galactic Heroes connect to a lot of what is going on with our societies right now. … More Legend of the Galactic Heroes: Volume 2 – Ambition: Of War and People
If you have been keeping an eye on anime news recently, then you may have heard about all the Hollywood, television, or Netflix anime adaptations that have been announced. I may not remember all of them, but some of them that I do remember are Gundam, My Hero Academia, Sword Art Online, Your Name, and … More What’s the deal with Live Action Anime Adaptations?
Originally posted on KAWAIIPAPERPANDAS:
Come one, come all to the first ever WordPress Anime Awards! We’ve got lions and tigers and heroic boys, oh my! Yes, ladies and gentlemen, boys and girls, children of all ages we have a vast array of voting categories for you to be entertained by. Come join us as we…
With this post, I am leaning into a lot of territories that I’ve talked about in previous posts, but it’s been a while. I gained some newer followers in recent times, so I think that it’s ok to repeat an older one by putting another spin on it. Those posts themselves are probably forgotten because … More Of the Disposability of Anime and Nostalgia Goggles
Before I jump into this show, I will say that my feelings for Gridman are generally positive. There are so many things that Gridman has going for it. I love how pretty the visuals are even if they borrow from Evangelion a lot of the time. I love the interesting character designs. Each of their … More SSSS.Gridman: Repetition and Amnesia can be dull sometimes