In my first full review in nearly a year, I look at another film from director Keiichi Hara. Miss Hokusai is no Shin-chan, but she might be just as brash.
According to several religious traditions, reincarnation isn’t so much about what you want, but what you deserve. It might be tempting to curse your lot in life but ensuring a better tomorrow depends entirely on how you live today.
This year has seen a lot of change. I started this blog and met a bunch of amazing people, but outside of my personal bubble the world has seen some pretty drastic shifts. At least we don’t have to deal with salt flakes falling from the sky.
We’ve all wanted to correct a mistake from our pasts, but how many of us are so keenly aware of the exact moment we could have saved someone’s life? The best I can do is wish I had picked up a copy of FMA: Brotherhood before the license ran out!
Hi ho, hi ho, it’s off to w…write another review to satisfy the insatiable hunger of my fellow ani-bloggers. Can I perhaps tempt you with a tasty apple? (psst, say no, it’s poisoned). What can be more enticing though then a shiny, red morsel?
It seems like I got a supernatural themed series reviewed for Halloween after all. Though you can hardly call this one a horror, if I suddenly found myself in someone else’s body, I would have anxiety over what was happening to mine!
Today it’s ghouls, goblins, and… well, actually just ghouls. What does this weekend otaku think about one man’s struggle to be both human and ghoul? What about one studio’s decision to adapt a manga with original content?
A Shinto themed story full of teenage drama awaits in today’s review. It’s a series where a girl’s struggle to make the world see her differently brings on more attention than she ever wanted.
If you haven’t had your fill or sad anime, you’re in luck because neither have I! Today I review the story of a sweet little girl and the group of friends who try to appease her restless spirit.
The first anime I watched this year and thus the first completed for my 2016 challenge. Today I share my thoughts on a story about a pianist, the girl he met under the full-bloom of Spring, and how music can change lives.
Mozart is telling us ‘go on a journey’