Why older protagonists hit different

Welcome back to Otaku Thursday all my weebs and weeaboos! I hope you all enjoyed the You Can’t Know Anime Awards that came out at the end of last month, and if you didn’t, I invite you to read it here! (Shameless plug). Today, as I wind down from such a behemoth of a post, … More Why older protagonists hit different

Day 9: Mostly Ghostly – Horror Otome Game Highlight: Once Upon an All Hallow’s Eve

It’s that time again–not just Otakutober content, but time for some spooky Otome Otakutober content. If you’ve been around this blog for the past couple of years, you know that every Otakutober, I like to do a review of some “horror” otome games. Now, when I say horror, it’s mostly just spooky or paranormal romances. … More Day 9: Mostly Ghostly – Horror Otome Game Highlight: Once Upon an All Hallow’s Eve

Why’d they do us dirty like this? – Shaman King 2021

You know what I kind of love but also hate? Reboots. They are simultaneously one of the best things and one of the worst things. Today…I’m going to give you a quick and short rant about one that I really wanted to love but I now really REALLY hate. Let’s talk about the Shaman King … More Why’d they do us dirty like this? – Shaman King 2021

2021 Anime Awards – The You Can’t Know Edition!

Hello, Hello and WELCOME my friends to my favorite post of the year: the You Can’t Know anime awards! Today we’re going to be looking into the past that is 2021 and highlighting what Star and I believe are some of the best anime we came across. As some generic notes, breakout anime means something … More 2021 Anime Awards – The You Can’t Know Edition!

Vampires, idols, and pretty-boys: Thoughts on Visual Prison

It’s a New Year! Welcome, welcome 2022–soon to be the year of the tiger. I hope you all had a wonderful holiday time and enjoyed our 12 Days of Weebsmas blogs. We ourselves, counted down the new year in kabedons, rewatched all of Furuba so the curse would break at midnight, and made a bunch … More Vampires, idols, and pretty-boys: Thoughts on Visual Prison