A common thing to find on many anime blogs in order to get a good idea about what the writer likes and enjoys, so I figured I might as well do it. This is a very broad and general list, generally of shows I really liked rather than a listed collection (I’ll do that sometime … More General list of favorite anime series of all time.
The build-up is done, the cards have been set, and all that remains is to see how everything pays off in the end. Durarara is a series where the normal meets the abnormal, and not everything is what is seems at first. But what is normal? What lies beneath the mask that any particular character … More Durarara x2 Ten review
Heroism. A concept often taken for granted, with very clear lines between right and wrong. What ends up defining a person being a hero isn’t quite as simple in real life, and is largely defined or judged by a person’s moral standards. Some people would go so far to argue that heroism isn’t even a … More Fate/Zero S1 review
When we are young, we often aimlessly try to experiment doing different things. Some of us do it out of boredom, some of us do it to impress someone we want to notice us, and some of us try to find a purpose through finding new things to do. This is especially true in our … More Slam Dunk – anime review
Symphogear S3: The past two episodes haven’t been as utterly ridiculous and over the top as the first episode, but it’s still as fun (read: dumb) as ever. Admittedly, trying to top girls riding on rockets and destroying part of one of the highest mountains on the planet is going to be hard to top, … More Summer season anime kaleidoscope #2
A system I really like, originating from psgels at the Star Crossed Anime Blog. I decided to adopt it for a few reasons: 1)- It’s easy to use and saves unnecessary blog posts(and therefore time). 2)- I can voice my opinion on every show I’m watching per season, everyone’s happy. 3)- I can limit the … More Weekly Kaleidoscope #1 – Summer season
So Charlotte has aired yesterday, promising all the elements that we’ve come to expect from previous Key works; Maeda composing the music/writing the script, a likeable cast of characters, hit-or-miss drama and gorgeous animation quality (though it’s PA Works this time round instead of KyoAni). I set my expectations low enough, hoping for something not … More Why Charlotte lacks the appeal that previous Key titles have; a Charlotte first impression
Yo. I’m sushi, a long-time fan of anime and anime-related merchandise, like VNs, JRPGs, manga etc. I’ve been wanting to start up a blog for a very long time now, but never picked up the courage to actually do it. Mostly, I’ve been wondering about whether or not I’d be able to maintain the blog … More Hiya there.