Greeting fellow anime fans. I am most humbled that you have taken the time to visit my blog. If you, like me, love all things anime from Akira to Zatch Bell then you should feel right at home here.
You are likely all wondering the same thing, why is this guy wasting his time making a blog about anime? Also, why am I here, reading this, when I could be doing pretty much anything else? (I would also like to know this. Message me).
In all seriousness, I envisioned a place where people could come together and share their thoughts and opinions on anime that I’ve seen, recommend anime/manga, debate what makes or breaks a good anime, share newsworthy info, and enlighten each other in the process. To read more about why I started this blog, click here.
So what can you expect to get out of my blog? Well, aside from my thorough anime reviews, littered with my observations and light attempts at humor, my current featured content is an episode by episode theme analysis of the Your lie in April anime, entitled: Your Theme in April.
Aside from this, I’ll occasionally post about up and coming anime, mildly interesting anime info, manga reviews, polls, artwork, and contests. All of this will be accompanied by even more of my sad humor. Exciting, yes?
The big question is, am I credible? You can rest assured that if I post anything from a third party site it will be thoroughly researched for accuracy beforehand, and of course I’ll cite the source(s) for your review. As far as my own opinions on anime, I have been watching anime and reading manga for 20+ years (yes, I am old). Does that make me an expert? Not at all. It only means that I can analyze the various facets of anime based on what I’ve seen over the years. Also, I am a Weekend Otaku, meaning anime is a passionate hobby at best. I don’t obsess over it, and if it is on the “hot, new, must-see-right-now list,” I’ve probably not gotten to it.
Now that we are all friends (we…we can be friends, right?), I would like to keep you posted on the latest updates. You can follow me using the link at the bottom of the page.
Thanks again for reading.
— Weekend Otaku