So we all know I love space operas, right? I think that I have proven that on so many levels with so many blog posts already. So why write this post now? Because I want too honestly. I mean, there probably is something about me watching some Captain Harlock recently that might have something to … More The Romance of Space as an Ocean
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
Week 4 is usually where norms are established, so let’s see if any show wants to remain interesting. Seasonal Anime Golden Kamuy Season 3 Episode 3 While we did catch up with Asirpa a little bit farther up north with her uncle and Shiraishi, the major part of the episode was about Takamori’s backstory. A … More Weekly Seasonal Watches: Fall 2020 Anime Season Week 4
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
I posted part 1 with a lot more focused look at shows last week, but this week is going to be a lot more unfocused and messier in terms of how this list is formed. This is a list that I originally thought about splitting into different kinds of genres, demographics, and categories, but just … More A Look at the 2010’s Part 2: Random Series I Really Liked
I know that I’ve mentioned in a post or two in the past that I’ve been reading the original Dragon Ball manga on SJ+. It was either in my Dr. Slump post here or when I compared Dragon Ball with Hunter X Hunter here. So yes, I’ve been reading it on and off and have … More Dragon Ball: When Added Context Makes A Story Better?
[ This is not a serious post. In light of current pandemic things, I just wanted to do something creative and positive in a funny way. Hope that comes across in this post. If not, I apologize. 😦 ] Do not watch find anime on cable/satellite, find it online, watch it on an app, or … More Surgeon General’s Warning: DO NOT WATCH ANIME
I want to go into this first by mentioning that I am not the largest sports anime or manga expert at all. If you want, I can point you to people who trully are experts in this genre. By myself, I’ve only watched a small amount of them compared to the huge surplus of sports … More Sports Anime and the One Year Issue
This is another somewhat distant favorite of mine that I haven’t watched in a number of years. It’s also my third favorite anime that was directed by a certain Goro Taniguchi. The director behind bigger works like Planetes and Code Geass that pushed his fame further. Goro Taniguchi is one of a small amount of … More Anime I Like, But Haven’t Talked About Yet: GunXSword
So yes, I haven’t talked about Hunter X Hunter (2011) on some major level in four or so years. You know, a month or two after this blog originally started? That long ago. There are some solid reasons for this like me being new at that time and trying different things. You know, like I … More Hunter X Hunter: A Mature Look at Dragon Ball?