No party is complete without a super duper cool playlist to jam out to. Whether you're the chef or a guest, music can definitely make or break a party, so I've compiled a little playlist of all of the best anime Christmas songs so you can entertain your anime-loving guests all Christmas long!
It's common during December to start reflecting on the past year. I've decided to share you guys my personal reflection on 2017!
The Gods Lie. follows the story of eleven year old Natsuru Nanao - a young boy who loves to play football and finds it awkward to talk to girls. One day, his female classmate named Rio Suzumura approaches him and he immediately becomes intrigued in her. It was drawn, as well as written, by Kaori Ozaki whose other works have include Knife and Immortal Rain.
Idol Jihen is, as the title suggests, an idol show that was an original story created by MAPPA and Studio VOLN. For many, the synopsis of the show will sound ridiculous. I get that. I'll be honest, though, it was partly this that made me want to watch it in the first place.
As I mention in my review, it's an emotional rollercoaster. It's often heartbreaking to watch and I shouted at my laptop screen quite a few times whilst watching it. Orange definitely has it's flaws, I'm not going to deny that. What I do take into account in my rating, however, is its boldness and bravery with its inclusion of controversial topics.
Killing Stalking is a manhwa (Korean) written by Koogi and has been published online in Korean, English and Japanese by Lezhin Comics. In this post, I give a detailed live reaction-style discussion/review of the Prologue and the first chapter!
Created by Yui Hara (a mangaka best known for blessing Japan with the heartwarming and hilarious Kiniro Mosaic), Wakaba*Girl had its start, like most slice of life comedies, as a 4-koma manga telling the tale of four first-year high school girls and the things they get up to in their everyday high school lives.
Personally, I'm going to be making a lot of resolutions this year, because I want a challenge and because I need them to motivate me somewhat. I'm going to take a step to the side for a moment and think about my anime goals for the next year. What am I wanting to watch? What am I wanting to do? Well...
Tokyo Godfathers has become a little Christmas tradition for me now - for the past three years, I've seen a least a little bit of Satoshi Kon's 2003 film. It's now an element of Christmas that I can only compare to watching a nativity play.
Usually for conventions, I don't get much sleep, but this year I didn't sleep a wink. I just wasn't tired enough. I did try to get some sleep because I knew the day would be so busy, but each attempt of getting sleep simply failed. Regardless, I got out of bed at about 3:30 in the morning and began getting ready for the convention.