The popular saying "better late than never" is how I feel about going into this year's No Way November challenge. This is an anime that is eight years old by this point and I haven't sat and watched a single episode of it, despite it being brand new when I got into the world of anime and despite it consistently being one of the most popular anime since then.
I was browsing through various different anime sites trying to see what was worth watching, when I stumbled upon Wan Sheng Jie. As soon as I noticed the art style, I knew I'd like this series and my alarm bells were ringing for this really was a hidden gem that I was slowly uncovering.
I realise that many people have already spoken about the last decade. Bloggers, AniTubers, even companies have shared their favourite anime of the last decade. I may be late to the party, but it's better late than never, right? It's time for some nostalgia!
Admittedly, I was quite hyped for Fairy gone when it was released back in Spring 2019. I do love supernatural stories, I always have done, and the crime element just added to my anticipation. Yet, come the half-way point of the show, I don't know if I'm watching the same show or not.
After weeks of nominating and voting, it's time to reveal the winners of the first ever AGAHA Awards! This has been such a fun and exciting little project for me, so I want to thank everyone who got involved!
It's that time of the season again! Here are my seasonal choices for Winter 2020. What are you watching next season? Do we have any in common?
I'm pretty sure we all have a list like this - a list of the shows that we have absolutely hated. I realise I can be quite pessimistic about shows anyway, but this is a list of shows that I absolutely do not want to revisit. Often, it's also a list of shows that I don't even want to talk about, meaning this is a somewhat rare chance to delve into the bottom of the barrel.
What an experience this movie is. Violence Voyager follows Bobby and Akkun as they decide to embark on an adventure. On their adventure, they come across a theme park and, as any pair of high school students would, they decide to check it out. Unfortunately for them, things don't turn out to be happy-go-lucky.
It's been a while, but Anime For All is making a return! In this edition, I'm looking at movies that I believe that both veteran fans and newbies to anime will enjoy!
So you’ve heard a lot about Dragon Ball and you may have seen a few episodes. But you don’t know where to start with the series. It’s like receiving the world’s biggest burger and not knowing where to bite first. DON’T WORRY I’m going to be your guide and show you how to eat this … Continue reading A Newbies Guide to Dragon Ball