The Essence of Journey Anime and Why I Dropped Wandering Witch

Maybe this is a surprise to people, though I hope it isn’t, but I love adventure and journey sorts of anime. Anime that are somewhat episodic in nature, but are able to teach you or explore something about a fictional setting or a world. It lays in the essence of a lot of where my … More The Essence of Journey Anime and Why I Dropped Wandering Witch

Introducing Scott’s Muse

Originally posted on Scott's Muse:
Hello everyone. This was something I was planning on doing for a little bit and I finally hit the trigger to do it. I’ve been practicing some music and without a community band, I don’t have anywhere else to put that energy to play right now. This blog was…

The Husbando Post

Starting this, I am a little shocked that I am actually writing this. Some weird circumstances have led here and I think that’s ok. Let’s recount the reason why. I mentioned that I was thinking about writing a husbando post on twitter and some people got excited about it. You know what, I don’t have … More The Husbando Post

A Look at Olivier Armstrong: Loyalty Is A Soldier’s Tool

It’s been a while since I’ve done one of these, so I am infinitely nervous when starting it. Still, I rewatched Fullmetal Alchemist: Brotherhood with dad recently and it’s been a fun time. The last time I watched Brotherhood was when it finished airing almost a decade ago. Saying that makes me feel old, but … More A Look at Olivier Armstrong: Loyalty Is A Soldier’s Tool

AnoHana, COVID-19, and the Beds of Flowers That Await Us

It seems as though recently the urgency of life has become that much more evident due to the COVID-19 pandemic. At the beginning of the event, I almost felt guilty for bringing it up in my normal writing because, much like the 219,000 people who have died from COVID-19 (as of the writing of this … More AnoHana, COVID-19, and the Beds of Flowers That Await Us

A Self Reflection: Reading and Watching for Reviews

Being someone who makes content centered on anime and manga on the internet can be a difficult thing to do sometimes. Especially seasonal anime reviewers. People who watch an episode and then write or record their thoughts for their post the next day. I don’t know how people do that. I struggled with doing episodic … More A Self Reflection: Reading and Watching for Reviews

Anime I like, but haven’t talked about yet: Maria the Virgin Witch

Just like Strain, this is also a series that came completely out of nowhere for me. In a slightly different way though. Unlike Strain, I didn’t buy this one on DVD out of nowhere to watch it. Instead, this is one of a few series I’ve watched legally on Funimation’s youtube channel from a friend’s … More Anime I like, but haven’t talked about yet: Maria the Virgin Witch