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...
There's no point denying the fact that anime is a large part of my life now. I consume it nearly every day, whether that's by watching an episode or two, or reading manga, or just looking at photographs of cosplayers on Instagram. Quite frankly, it's everywhere. Why? Because anime, as a medium, has helped me.
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.
With E3 2017 having been and gone, you've probably read loads of posts already about what everyone is hyped for... But what about from the perspective of a non-gamer? I give my own opinions on this year's E3 conference.
I share my experiences of an incredible day in Birmingham, which included meeting the one and only Vic Mignogna!
I talk about cosplaying as Tōko Fukawa from Danganronpa - my choice of cosplay for MCM Birmingham 2016.
2016 has come to an end and we welcome 2017! What did I think of the anime in 2016, though?
An OP can make or break an anime - it's one of the first impressions we, the viewer, get. Here, I talk about some of my favourite OPs. Well, six of them, to be precise.