I have a couple of reasons why I hate this question. Firstly, what I consider to be my favorite anime at one point may be completely different from the one I consider to be my favorite at another point. It completely depends on not only my mood but also the circumstances that I'm going through at that time. So, really, the question of "What's your favorite anime?" for me is really complicated to answer.
It doesn't matter who you're talking to. Their taste or expertise is irrelevant here. No matter who you're talking to, it's probably rare to see people discussing the old stuff. The old anime which I'm reffering to here may be, in modern speech, be called the 'OG Anime'. That is, anime from before the 1960s. But why am I talking about these?
Whilst at university, reading has become a chore. It's rare I read for pleasure now, for I find it quite time-consuming to get involved a whole new world and immerse myself so much that I enjoy it. That being said, I have recently begun reading manga again.
Last week, I published a post about The Flying Colors Foundation and their Anime Census. Since then, a lot has happened, with many lessons learnt, including the ones I'm going to be talking about in this post.
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!