Ask any Monogatari fan what the correct order to read or watch this series in is and you will receive a different answer. The first novel published (in two volumes) was Bakemonogatari (Monster Story), the animated adaptations I reviewed here and here. Next was Kizunomonogatari (Wound Story), a prequel that explained…
The AniTAY Podcast is back, this time with the premiere of the fourth season of the podcast and a new format. Join myself, hybridmink, TheMamaLuigi, and Requiem as we talk about the latest in anime and pop culture news from Japan. This episode, we discuss the successes/failures of One Punch Man’s sequel anime and the…
A few things to note regarding Ougi and her connection to Kanbaru...
This is outstanding, Dil. All your hard work really paid off.
Thanks for the article, I find it nice to spend some time thinking about something I liked and get new perspectives about it.
This is heavy stuff, man. Fascinating read.
Hey, just wanted to say that I read this. There were some relatable character traits you’ve noted here. I don’t really feel like talking about my experiences in detail and also I’m not really far enough in the Monogatari series to talk about the characters in an informed manner.
Around the time the AniTAY community began working on our seasonal Anime roundup for Winter 2019, it dawned on me I didn’t watch a ton of new shows last season. Fearing I wouldn’t have enough content, there were no plans to do another Anisong round up at the time.
The AniTAY team has reassembled to produce a list of the finest delectable delights of this anime season for your reading pleasure. Every anime season is home to dozens of anime series, and even the discerning fan might have trouble shifting through it all to find the gems. AniTAY is hardly the arbiter of taste (and…
Kyoto Animation’s catastrophically bonkers 2011 school comedy anime, based on Keiichi Arawi’s manga 2006, and originally licensed and released in English by Funimation in 2017, is getting re-released by Funimation this July 2019. And this time, it is going to have an English dub.
<Podcast Dil> Haha, remember when YouTube was good?
<Me, listening> Nope. >:|
“Jesus loves me because I am special.”
Well that certainly does look like “Studio Trigger: The Movie”.
Welcome again to my kitchen! In the previous article I made several fellow authors and readers hungry, so I decided to come back earlier this time and bring you yet another recipe from the Japanese cuisine. Again, it’s quite simple one so probably almost everybody will be able recreate.
My love of anime began at a very young age. I have distinct memories of my parents dropping four-year-old me off at my cousin’s so my auntie could babysit me for the day while they were at work. My cousin had a Pikachu plush, we watched a couple of episodes of Pokémon, and the rest was history. My fondest…
Welcome to my kitchen. Last year when I visited Japan, I fell in love with local food and I’ve missed it very much since then. It’s hard to find decent Japanese restaurant here in Czech Republic, but at least we have two good ramen shops and decent sushi. But that’s the extent of Japanese cuisine in most part (if you…
Put me on team Angel Beats too. I loved that series when it was airing.
Grimgar: Ashes and Illusions was criminally underrated!
Hello again everyone, last time we had a pretty exciting 32 to kick off the list. There were some runaway favorites, and some of those favorites made some waves. Chances are most people aren’t reading anymore because of my taste for Fate/Apocrypha, but hey like I said this is a favorites list not a rating list.