I don’t post a lot of news on this blog since I don’t keep up with it as well as some others around here, but given that this was about EVA it caught my attention.
Whether you’re into anime, video games, comics, or any other flavor of geek culture, what fan doesn’t love subscription boxes? It’s like getting a little treasure chest every month filled with an assortment of collectibles, clothing, and more. But have you ever wished you could decide what they put in your box? Continue reading “My Loot Crate Dream Crate”
The Super Otaku Busters (me, KimmiKawaii, and Mozart) decided to put in a little extra effort for this occasion and carve some anime themed pumpkins in honor of starting our anime blogs earlier this year. Well… KimmieKawaii and I did. Mozart simply slept after once again failing to raise the funds for this project. Continue reading “Halloween Projects with the Super Otaku Busters”
I know a lot of the people I interact with through this blog are overseas or in remote parts of the country, but is anyone planning to attend DerpyCon this November? It will be held at the Hyatt Regency hotel in Morristown, NJ
Yesterday was a great day for me, because I logged into WordPress and saw this:
I’ve never been keen on birthday celebrations, but I have to admit that opening gifts is a lot of fun.
Some who know me but aren’t particularly aware of my otaku side might be wondering what I see in this form of television entertainment that is widely recognized as anime. Those same people might have some questions as to what makes anime different from other animated works more commonly referred to as cartoons. I’ll attempt to answer these questions in an organized manner, but don’t be surprised if I get a little scattered.
Hello, dear reader, and welcome to my blog – Weekend Otaku. Those of you that possess sufficient knowledge of English idioms and commonly anglicized Japanese words might understand its meaning right away. You might have to be an anime fan to understand my tagline or the image of furious pen writing above. Either way, a short explanation should make it clear to anyone who might need a little help.
Continue reading “A weekend otaku starts a blog”