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.
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!
I'm usually able to list the reasons as to why I liked or disliked it, my favourite parts of the show, my favourite character etc. Dialogue about the shows I've seen usually comes quite natural to me, so I normally don't see any reason to sit down and re-watch a show I've already spent time watching when I could use that time to watch a different show. There are, of course, a few exceptions...
As I've counted down the days to my birthday, I've been wondering who in anime has the same birthday as me. Why have I been wondering this? I don't know. Although, I did think it'd be quite fun to look into. Just who do I share my birthday with?
It's time to reveal the winners! Here are the results of the 2nd AGAHA Awards, the winners chosen by you guys! I always find it interesting to see what the favourite series from my readership were - it allows me to learn a lot more about you guys! I hope you guys find these results as interesting as I did.
As it's December, that can only mean one thing - award ceremonies. That's right, it's time to celebrate everything anime and manga-related, as I bring the second AGAHA Awards to you all! This is all just for a little bit of fun and to acknowledge the success and achievements of those in the anime industry itself and the community around it. And, really, after the year we've all had, a bit of acknowledgement can go a long way, don't you think?
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!