Gundam F91: What Could Have Been (Plus, Mecha March Announcement)

At the risk of other blogs out there announcing their events before me, like a certain Lita Kino last year, I will hereby do it here with a much more formal announcement to come. Mecha March is coming back, guys. Hopefully better then ever. Bigger post coming out tomorrow. To add to this post, this … More Gundam F91: What Could Have Been (Plus, Mecha March Announcement)

What’s the deal with Live Action Anime Adaptations?

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?

An expanding taste doesn’t mean leaving what you first loved behind

This is something that I thought about when reading Lita’s latest post about her taste changed over time, watching Gigguk’s video of what he thinks is the perfect anime, and watching the latest episode of Gundam: Iron-Blooded Orphans Sunday morning.  All of these things put together really put some things into perspective for me.  Yes, … More An expanding taste doesn’t mean leaving what you first loved behind

How Iron Blooded Orphans is (different from/the same as) other Gundam series

Writing about mech series: So here I am talking about Gundam again.  I know that this is not a shock to anybody because of a few articles that I’ve written about it, but I really like Gundam.  My unofficial avatar for this blog, Banagher Links, is from Gundam Unicorn and he has slowly been appearing … More How Iron Blooded Orphans is (different from/the same as) other Gundam series