Welcome back to Otaku Thursday! Spring is just going by in a flash. I feel like we’ve only just started this season and it’s already almost halfway over! Maybe part of this speed is the quality of shows we have this season–with many great titles. There’s a lot of anime Star and I were really … More First Impressions – Heroines Run the Show!
Hello and welcome back to 13 Days of Otakutober! Can. You. Believe. That we have made it this far? Like gosh darn we are already on day twelve of 13 Days of Otakutober, which means Halloweeb is nearly upon us! I’m not going to talk too much in the intro here, and get straight to … More Day 12: Scary Stories to Tell in the Dark? – Anime Ghost Stories that are Actually Frightening
Hi–hello, and welcome back to Otaku Thursday! I hope you all enjoyed our Pride Week special, Niji Nights, that finished up on Saturday! We had a lot of fun talking about LGBTQIA+ content in anime. But now we’re back into our regular schedule of *not* posting every day. To all you anibloggers who do: power … More Top 5 Anime of Spring 2021
Hey everybody! I’ve been gifted with the magical task of talking about some some of my favorite academies for the mystically talented. I’ll be giving some quick summaries on these animes from different genres. Here we go~ Fantasy Magi: The Labyrinth of Magic A cute but surprisingly deceiving plot that leaves you laughing and crying. … More Day 9 of Otakutober: Witches and Wizards of Weeberly Place
Continuing on with the series of Americans influences on anime, we continue with a theme that Americans love: violence. Well, particularly continuing the theme of gang-related anime. After all I, well, I love it (so does Star). But today I’m going to highlight two. Banana Fish The first of which is Banana Fish. If you’ve … More Part 4 – American References in Anime: Underground Societies, Political Corruption, and Law Enforcement
Last year, P.A. Works came out with an original anime that was lukewarm at first but grew on me so much that I could easily call it one of my favorites from the whole year. This anime was Sirius the Jaeger (available to watch on Netflix now). This season, another P.A. Works came out and … More It’s going, it’s going: It’s Fairy Gone
The snow begins to melt, leaving the barren tree branches to reach towards the sun as the first flowers bloom, and welcome in the spring. Hello and welcome to the first seasonal top five for the 2019 anime! Winter anime has been wrapping up in the past few weeks, and this week we’re rolling into … More It’s a Bloodbath: Top 5 anime from Winter 2019
We open the anime with children. We see a young boy and a young girl. Age unknown, but certainly young—and then we get a 10 years later text on the screen. That’s right, we’re still not talking about Yakusoku Neverland, no today it’s all about the anime I was trying to avoid watching: W’z. Now, … More Dat Music Though–First Impressions: W’z