Part 4 – American Influences in Anime: Underground Societies, Political Corruption, and Law Enforcement

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 … Continue reading Part 4 – American Influences in Anime: Underground Societies, Political Corruption, and Law Enforcement

How to Keep a Mummy: The tragic beauty of Sora & Tazuki’s Friendship

Let me guess—for those of you who have seen How to Keep a Mummy, you probably looked at this title and thought WHAT? After all, how is it exactly that an anime that is so cute be anything even remotely close to tragic? Well, I might be exaggerating a little bit, but still, stick with … Continue reading How to Keep a Mummy: The tragic beauty of Sora & Tazuki’s Friendship

Weeb Wednesday: Why Deku’s Version of Heroics is WRONG (but so is Bakugo’s)

Hi ya'll! It's Luna ! Welcome to Weeb Wednesday. and happy Otakutober! Today we're gonna be talking about something that triggered me hard. See, I was minding my own business, watching a video by Mother's Basement about the Redemption of Bakugo (go watch it now) when I happened upon a comment that was in response … Continue reading Weeb Wednesday: Why Deku’s Version of Heroics is WRONG (but so is Bakugo’s)