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.
Made in Abyss is an outstanding anime that I rewatched recently, and although it's pretty great throughout, there's a shift in episode 10 that marks a fantastic turning point for the series that I rave about for a little bit in this post.
“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.
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.
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.
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
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)
Babylon was a thriller mystery show, and for 7 episodes, it was by far the most interesting and intense anime of its season, and to me, 2019. It kept me on edge every episode with a new twist. The simple yet effective and sleek art style, interesting characters, unique yet catchy soundtrack, and the rare … Continue reading Babylon’s Disappointing Second Half Doesn’t Stick its Landing
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Goblin Slayer was one of the most popular shows last fall in 2018, with lots of conversation rising from its opening episode that was taken quite controversially within some communities. Read my take on the show to help you figure out if this show is worth your time or not. Note: This review was written … Continue reading A (Late) Review of Goblin Slayer: Is it worth watching?