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?
So, this post is a little bit of a borrowed idea from Lita’s post from Mecha March and a story/concept idea that has been kicking around in my head for a while. I’m not pitching an anime here with a studio that I would want to produce it; I just want to share an idea … More My Own Mecha Story
Astra Lost in Space was one of my favorite shows that aired last season. I liked it so much that since its manga form is on the shonen jump app, I couldn’t help but read it as soon as I could. I didn’t read it quickly, just jumped onto as soon as I could. In … More Astra Lost in Space: A Space School Trip Goes Wrong
Akira is the most expensive anime film that has ever existed. At least in terms of retro anime films because I’m not sure how much modern films cost. It cost about 9 million dollars in 1988 money or 20 million in 2019 money to produce. With that appeal, it is also possibly the most impactful … More Akira: PHENOMONAL PSYCHIC POWERS, itty bitty neo tokyo
Yasuhiro Imagawa Post 2.5/? … More Getter Robo Armageddon: Aliens vs Transforming Robots
No, it’s not related to Yu-Gi-Oh related… … More Kaiba: Of Memories and Cartoonish Art Styles
I didn’t think it would be possible to choose one argument to talk when it comes to what blows up on twitter, because twitter seems to be a breeding ground of more and more conflicts at least one a week. First it was talk about how politics should or shouldn’t be apart of anime, something … More Anime is political, just not the way some people think it is
It seems like I am doing a couple movie reviews in a short amount of time and there is a reason for that. I feel like Alita and Gundam needed to be supported because I don’t know how much help their markets need. Alita: Battle Angel was a decent manga adaption from a holly wood … More Gundam Narrative (NT): Extra DLC for Gundam Unicorn
In this world, there is nothing more powerful then first impression. Especially when meeting people for the first time. Some one can tell whether or not they like you or want you for a position in the first few minutes. Yeah, I’m writing this the night before I go to a job fair to keep … More The Power of the First Impression
It’s time to talk more about Natsume’s Book of Friends. More indepth this time. Yes, my collaboration on Natumse appeared a few weeks ago. Keiko, Karandi, Irina, Arthifis, Neha, and I posted about specific segments on Natsume over the course of a week and it went pretty well. Everyone brought their A-Game. (Thanks guy, you … More Natsume’s Book of Friends: How Am I supposed to Keep Calm When Writing About This Show?