Terror in Resonance: What can I honestly say about this show? I could tell you it was about terrorists and finding meaning in life, but that would not do the show justice. In fact, I’m fairly certain there is only one thing I can say about the show that will do it justice, but I’ll… Read More Day Two: Favorite Anime? I think you mean three.
Day Two: Favorite (3) Anime You Have Watched So Far Number 3: Saiyuki [Specifically Seasons 1 & 2] Saiyuki is an anime that was introduced to me in my early anime-watching years. I was in probably fifth or sixth grade and my sister had borrowed it from a friend. We binge-watched all fifty episodes of… Read More Day Two: You Can’t Pick Just One!
My love for anime started with Cartoon Network and all of those channels that played Saturday morning cartoons. From Pokemon to Sailor Moon to Yu-Gi-Oh to Dragon Ball to Shaman King to Beyblade to Yu Yu Hakusho to Hamtaro to Ruroni Kenshin to Zoids (Both Chaotic Century & New Century) to several Gundams and all… Read More Day One: All Things Toonami
When I was three or four years old, I didn’t know what anime was. However I was, like most young children, an avid cartoon watcher. There was one particular cartoon that stood out to me as a child and that was, of course, Sailor Moon. As a child, Sailor Moon was MY equivalent to Wonder… Read More Day One: In The Name of The Moon…
Sora no Method (Celestial Method) First Impressions Opening: “Stargazer” by Larval Stage Planning I personally liked the opening. It was a little fast, a little slow, and very much matched the pace of the first episode. As for the animation, it felt like a little clip showing us how good the art in the show… Read More Spaceships Were Meant to Fly – Sora no Method First Impressions
If you are reading this then, well, thank you! You may notice in the future that we will be doing a “Thirty Days of Anime” challenge on this blog. Here’s how this is going to go, my Day One will be posted today, Saturday October 10, 2014th. Trystan’s Day One post will be made tomorrow,… Read More Hello there!
Summary: Have you ever wanted to see a Japanese demon get abused by an elementary schooler? Now you can! Kohina Ichimatsu is an elementary school girl with no friends who thinks of herself as a doll. Despite being told not to play alone, Kohina plays Kokkuri-san, a Japanese game similar to the American Ouija board.… Read More Perverted Fox & Doll Girl: Gugure! Kokkuri-san (Ep. 1 Review)