Last Friday, while many were basking in the afterglow of Black Panther’s release, a friend of mine went on a rant about Black Panther in our groupchat. He’s a pretty big marvel fan and I was still in the process of catching up on the other Marvel movies (I’d never seen an avengers movie before Wednesday, sue me) so I…
Based on the 26 volume manga created by Makoto Isshiki, Piano no Mori follows the story of Ichinose Kai. A boy who comes from a less than ideal background as he discovers a love for music after playing a piano he finds in the forest sine early childhood, Ichinose makes for a great protagonist. If you don’t want to…
Erased has been one of the most popular shows this season, and if you’re like me you’ve been watching fervently. After every episode though, I’m left with two needs:
Koufuku Graffiti, or Cooking Girl Graffiti, follows Ryou, a middle school-aged girl who lives all by herself after her grandmother passed away and her parents left to work overseas. The series begins with Ryou eating all alone, and the food the she cooks, which looks delicious, having no taste. Her second cousin,…
This time I'm not gonna keep you waiting with my final thoughts until the end because I had way too many. But there's one that stands among all the others: this is the best manga I've ever read. Tohru Fujisaki created a gem. Hands down, no contest. now let's get into the details.
After taking a look at a giant chart made by Zana at neregate.com, I know that my meaningless Saturdays of waking up sore after a week of practice will become...well, less meaningless.
Hello TAY! It's been awhile, but I felt the need to ask this question after I stumbled into Jezebel, somewhere I thought that I'd never go because:
I've been mulling this over for awhile now and have finally decided to write out my feeling on the topic at hand: Do you watch an anime adaption to a manga you're already reading and vice versa?
A couple of hours ago I decided to install Hearthstone to see what all the fuss was about, and I didn't stop until I started writing this piece just to tell you all how great this game is.
About a week ago, I got a friend of mine to watch anime for the first time. (Yes, it is possible.) So, I started her off with something I thought she would enjoy: Gurren Lagann. I love this anime and since we share many interests I thought she would enjoy it as well...I thought wrong.
Alone in the dark hole he calls home, Baam lives a meaningless existence. Or at least, he would, if not for his one and only friend Rachel. And when Rachel leaves to enter the place simply known as the Tower, Baam will risk his life and do anything to try and get back to his one true friend.
Crunchyroll, my favorite provider of anime, had a breakdown today because of the massive amount of people streaming at the same time. What was one of the major shows that caused this severe crash, you ask?
Air-Treks, more commonly known as A-Ts, have taken the world by storm! These motorized evolution of the rollerblade allow the wearer to perform impossible feats and achieve the dream of humanity, flight...kinda. With the A-T have come gangs of people calling themselves stormriders. They fight with their pride on the…
I like anime, manga, and games, that's it. Move along citizen.
Yes, this is about MEKAKUCITY ACTORS or more importantly, all of the hate that it's been getting and why I think some of that hate is misplaced. While I do think the only thing truly wrong with this anime is the pacing, I do see why some of the comments regarding it make sense.
Seventeen years prior to the start of the series, it was discovered somewhere in Africa that there were certain people who were immortal. They were revered as Gods until Americans came and snatched 'em all up.