Do you remember in specific detail, your best friends in elementary school? Do you remember the stupid throwaway promises you made as a kid? Are your experiences with your elementary school friends the ones you remember most and hold most close to your heart? Are you still in love with your crush from years and years ago in elementary school? If you’re the protagonist of a shitty anime/manga/visual novel, then the answer to this is most likely yes.
“I'm the Main Character of a Harem Manga, but I'm Gay so Every Day is Hell for Me” is a hilarious manga that I can recommend to literally everyone. In this post I quickly cover what it's about and why you should read it.
I usually hate love triangles. They are especially frustrating when I have a character that I am cheering for and that character ends up being the character left out by the end. You know, shows like Toradora with Minori Kushieda or Nisekoi with Onodera or Go-Toubun with Miku or any romance with childhood friend characters, … Continue reading An Easy Introduction to Love Triangles – Manga Review and Recommendations
For anyone who is even slightly intrigued by the historic military tales like that of the World Wars, Youjo Senki is truly captivating. In this post, I’ll be going through Youjo Senki, the book, the manga, and the anime, to explain what makes Youjo Senki so interesting for the viewers and the appeal of each … Continue reading Youjo Senki is Incredibly Fascinating!
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.
I drop a lot of shows. Recently, this is to a point where I drop almost everything that I watch seasonally. So I can’t do a weekly review of the show, not just because I don’t like watching shows weekly but also because most shows feel like a drag to watch. So instead of doing … Continue reading Why I won’t watch Kaguya Season 2
If you are in to a more grounded yet funny show about a profession, you will probably enjoy Act-age: a manga centering around a genius method actor, Yonagi Kei, and her growth as an actor. Yonagi Kei, is a 16 years old highschooler, who lives with two younger siblings after her father left them and … Continue reading Act-Age Manga Review