Tsubaki-chou lonely planet is a shoujo romance manga that began serialization in 2015 and only recently ended in 2019. It's my outright favorite romance manga, and I'm here to rave about it for a little longer than necessary.
The Ultimate Pupa Review
Despite the show being pretty gorey, I’ve gone out of my way to take screenshots that don’t show any excessive gore! I know, I’m the best. Pupa is a TV short anime that aired in the Winter of 2014. It’s about two siblings and was somewhat infamous at the time it aired for being a pretty bad, gorey show. There’s many ways to review an anime, and in this post, for once I’ll be taking a very methodic approach where I look at various ‘elements’ of the show.
Should you Play: Sayonara Wild Hearts
Sayonara Wild Hearts is a game that came out quite a while back, but in case you were still wondering where to buy it or not, here's my opinion: In short, yes. Sayonara Wild Hearts is extremely entertaining, with graphics that look really good, and uses the blockiness of it to its advantage by making … Continue reading Should you Play: Sayonara Wild Hearts
Pokemon Sword and Shield’s Dress Up Features are Simply Great!
For the longest time, ever since the first pokemon game, players have never had the ability to customize their own character's design. Now, I don't know about you, but I actually never had any problems with this. In the first place, the original games were tiny pixels, so obviously there isn't much room for customization … Continue reading Pokemon Sword and Shield’s Dress Up Features are Simply Great!
What makes Kaguya-Sama Stand Above the Other Rom-Coms
With the second season of Kaguya-sama being back on air, the popularity of the show has once again shown itself, with various anime communities having consistent conversations about the show. Kaguya has gotten an immense amount of popularity, even in the western fandom, with over 250,000 users listing the first season on MAL, and the … Continue reading What makes Kaguya-Sama Stand Above the Other Rom-Coms
The Hilariously Wrong Vegan Documentary: The Game Changers
Now you may be wondering. Why is an anime blogger posting about a vegan documentary? My answer to you: With the CoronaVirus, I’ve been watching random stuff on Netflix. The other day, I watched the documentary, “The Game Changers”, a relatively popular documentary on netflix which discusses the ‘plant eating diet’. It is definitely not … Continue reading The Hilariously Wrong Vegan Documentary: The Game Changers
The Struggle with Additional Characters(ft. Hidamari Sketch)
So many times, in long running TV shows and occasionally Anime, come a time in the show where either some character(s) join the main cast. There’s many reasons that can apply to this situation, such as some of the main cast leaving because their actors are too expensive, or even the writers running out of … Continue reading The Struggle with Additional Characters(ft. Hidamari Sketch)
How Music in Slice of Life can transform「calming」into「relaxing」
Music affects our viewer experience, often much more than we end up realizing. When reading media reviews, especially ones concerning anime, I often see a lack of focus on the sound section. Now, of course I definitely think that part of this is on the fault of the anime industry, due to many series having … Continue reading How Music in Slice of Life can transform「calming」into「relaxing」
The Unfortunate Circumstances of Studio Shaft’s Hidden Gem
On the 11th of January 2014 to May 24th, you may know that one of the most successful rom com animes aired, titled ‘Nisekoi’. You may also know that Nisekoi is immensely popular, and is stacked with various qualities which include an already successful manga source material, popular voice actors on the anime, and incredible … Continue reading The Unfortunate Circumstances of Studio Shaft’s Hidden Gem
Why Spoilers are Good for Anime(and any other story-telling medium)
There’s always some conversation going on in any community that involves story-telling about whether spoilers are good or not. And for the most part, people always argue in favor of no spoilers. Now, while I can totally understand people’s appreciation for the shock value in shows, I’m going to be arguing for why being spoiled … Continue reading Why Spoilers are Good for Anime(and any other story-telling medium)