Revolutionary Girl Utena: After the Revolution

One question for everyone, how do you follow up the finale of something? You know, like something crazy like Revolutionary Girl Utena. An ending defined by the strongest character plots possible and is infamous? The first answer I have is that you can’t. One could say that even touching anything after a finale can ruin … More Revolutionary Girl Utena: After the Revolution

Maison Ikkoku Collector’s Edition: Volume 1 – Building Chemistry

Rumiko Takahashi is one of the most prolific mangaka ever. She has created so many series that have touched the hearts of different generations in a wide variety of ways. I mean, she has a sequel of Inuyasha showing up in the anime sphere very soon. Her work isn’t as strong of a part of … More Maison Ikkoku Collector’s Edition: Volume 1 – Building Chemistry

An Ode to Haikyuu

When this post makes an appearance, it will appear slightly less than two weeks after the manga form of Haikyuu came to an end. While I am not ready to write a glowing review of the series yet because I feel like I want to reread the whole series before doing that, I do want … More An Ode to Haikyuu

RWBY The Official Manga: Volume 1 – Putting the Team Together

As an anime fan, I know that I am digging into another countries culture. Every time I watch an episode of one of the latest seasonal anime or find an old classic to watch, I know that the intended audience is not me originally. You know, besides some places where American based companies are a … More RWBY The Official Manga: Volume 1 – Putting the Team Together