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.
Today I review a series that explores the age old battle of hard work vs. talent. No, I’m not talking about Rock Lee and Neji from Naruto. The competitive world of Arts majors is much more dramatic and unpredictable than your shounen anime. Believe it!
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?
Remember that time in high school when you met that person you really couldn’t stand, but you liked her best friend and she liked yours? No? Well pretend you do because I can’t say this anime portrays the situation realistically if you don’t.
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!
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.
Today we’re off to a place where the handsomest boys with too much time on their hands entertain young ladies who also have way too much time on their hands. Just think of Music Room #3 as an elegant playground for the super-rich and beautiful. I hate all these damn rich people…
Today I am reviewing what might be the most popular anime I’ll watch all year. With a viewership mirroring the nature of the genre it’s based on, you would have to be living under the shadow of a flying fortress if you haven’t at least heard of Sword Art Online.
In this world strength is just an illusion
Most everyone can get behind a love story between unlikely people, but what if those people are a bookworm and a sociopath? Add in a chicken and we have a recipe for entertainment. Today we take a look at a surprisingly funny series where a choice must be made between academics and love.