Allow me to introduce you to Scotland Loves Anime 2023 and the films shown this year! This line-up, it turns out, was a really strong one.
I may not have been as active on social media or here on the blog. But I have been busy... I may have watched an anime or two! Wow! After a couple of years watching less anime and reading less manga, I've decided to challenge myself a little bit and get some anime under my belt again.
"Inu-Oh" follows the story of two unique personalities who become partners and discover that being unique isn't necessarily a bad thing. Two years of anticipation was behind this trip to my local cinema, but was it worth it? Well, if you want different, this film is for you.
Ever wondered what it's like to go to a K-Pop festival in the UK? I went to HallyuPopFest 2022 in London and I want to tell you all about it, so buckle up as I tell you about my experience seeing the likes of ONEUS, Kep1er and EXO's Kai live in concert!
Protagonists usually have a hard time growing up, but who is there for them behind the scenes? Who is nurturing them to be the courageous main characters they are? Their parents, of course!
Every content creator experiences the hit of incredible amounts of inspiration and then the lull that comes after it, and I'm no exception to that. But now? I have the urge to wriggle my way back into my weeb-y ways.
In November, I was able to go to MCM Birmingham - my first anime convention in over two years! Not only that, but I was able to browse the convention in my own time, for the first time in six years. Already having anxieties about the COVID-19 situation, I didn't want any other anxieties this time!
It's absolutely crazy to me that it's already December 31st. 2021 has been such a weird year, no? I say this every year, but time has truly flown by this year. It feels like we were all optimistic about going into 2021 after the somewhat questionable year of 2020 just two weeks ago. But here we are, entering 2022 after a somewhat questionable 2021.
As you're reading this, I'm sat on a train. I'm currently making the 200+ mile journey to Edinburgh. With a total travel time of four hours, I can tell you that I'm probably not in the best of moods right now. But although the British public transport system is lacklustre at best, nothing can stop my excitement right now. Why? Because I'm on my way to Scotland Loves Anime!
I recently celebrated my first anniversary as a streamer on Twitch! To mark the occasion, I've decided to share some insight into my experience so far. In this post, I talk about the good and the bad about streaming, and what you can expect next from me over on that corner on the Internet!