A Lesson in Self-Care: My feelings about Cells at Work! CODE BLACK

Hello all and welcome back to Otaku Thursday! Today I’m going to skip the cute chitchat and get right down to the heart of things. Today, I’m going to be reviewing an anime that I was incredibly excited for upon hearing that it was an actual thing, and that anime is Cells at Work! –code: … More A Lesson in Self-Care: My feelings about Cells at Work! CODE BLACK

A convoluted, teenage, wet dream– First Impressions: Plunderer

Starts with a little girl’s mom being sucked into the Earth by these black disembodied hands. There’s a legendary ACE who is a hero of some sort. And there’s a ball with a bunch of numbers on it. Little girl grows up and gets chased by some creep and a shop owner saves her. But … More A convoluted, teenage, wet dream– First Impressions: Plunderer

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