With Voltron: Legendary Defenders completing it’s run by limply making it to the finish line, I needed another western anime series/cartoon to keep me interested. I spend a lot more time watching anime then fictional and creative media from my own country recently. At this moment, The Dragon Prince has filled that void for me. … More The Dragon Prince: Book of Sky
Do you have that one anime that you’ve been waiting for forever to watch? A series that you barely knew anything about except for it’s genre and yet that was enough for you to be hooked for it? A series that apparently has a legacy and hype around it and once you watched it, you … More Crest and Banner of the Stars: An Underrated Space Opera That Everyone Should Watch!
I was originally planning on writing a discussion about something else entirely, but I can’t get the Crunchyroll Anime Awards out of my head. This post was written the day after the nominees were presented to the public for voting, so you now have some insight in how far ahead I write some my posts. … More Crunchyroll’s Third Anime Awards Talk
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
I’ve been trying my best not to get too nostalgic when writing my introductions to posts recently, but I can’t help it with Tiger and Bunny. Why? My nostalgia is heavily tied to this show because of my time at one of my alma mater’s anime club. I enjoyed a lot of shows from my … More Tiger and Bunny: A Fantastic, Western Style Superhero Story
Well, I am in the second week of job searching. At this moment, I am doing my best to establish some sort of routine for myself and some projects so I don’t get bored and frustrated. It’s not like I’m expecting success to walk right through the door in an instant, but I need to … More Weekly Seasonal Watches: 1/21/19
Hello everyone! I mentioned that I was going to try my hand at a solo podcast, so here is the first episode of it. At this moment, I am still learning to be comfortable with actually talking into a microphone and putting my voice along with my thoughts on the internet, so any feed back … More Sea of the Stars Ep 1 – Dragon Ball Super: Broly
I have a question for all of you. How do you feel about adaptions of manga and light novels? Do you feel like they are always supposed to be heavily bound by source material and supposed to be accurate as possible? Do you think that adaptations should make some adjustments to the source material to … More Does Being Accurate to the Source Material Matter? What about Filler?
I feel like I keep making changes to how this post works, but I think that I am just going to use it to talk about seasonal anime now. I originally wanted to do something more complicated then that with adding other shows, but it hasn’t been working as well I’ve been wanting it to. … More Weekly Anime Watches 1/14/18 (Some First Impressions Inside)
Looking at this coming week has made me a little reflected. It’s almost been three years since I started blogging, so I think that makes sense in some way. I suppose I do a lot of self-reflection anyway. Writing reviews reflect what I think about a show I just watched. Writing thoughtful posts are my … More (3rd Blogiversary Week) Build a blog? You’re also building a brand.