April Fufufu’s Day!

Hello and welcome back to Otaku Thursday! Today I’m coming at you with our latest special–April Fufufu’s day! But Luna–you ask: What is April Fufufu’s day (and why does it sound so sinister). Well, Fufufu’s day is simply about all things funny! While we aren’t going to be going with humorous content every day, we’ll … More April Fufufu’s Day!

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

What the what? First Impressions: Wonder Egg Priority

An egg is always an adventure; the next one may be different. So said the oh-so-famous Oscar Wilde. To what context he said this, I have no idea. But it’s a phrase that makes me immediately think of the anime we’re going to be discussing in this week’s otaku Thursday, first impression post: Wonder Egg … More What the what? First Impressions: Wonder Egg Priority

The Color of their Emotions–First Impressions: Horimiya

Hello and welcome back to Otaku Thursday! After last week’s tour around the world to reflect upon Hetalia, we’re back to our regular programming and I’m coming at you with my first, First Impressions of the season! So, right up to bat we are starting with something that I personally was waiting for with baited … More The Color of their Emotions–First Impressions: Horimiya

2020 Anime Awards: The You Can’t Know Edition

Welcome weebs, otaku, and fans alike, to the 2020 You Can’t Know Anime Awards! On this special Otaku Thursday, we’re going to be bringing you our favorites from a rather unfavorable year! This year has been a tumultuous one in all aspects–from real life events, to anime getting pushed back and delayed, to somewhat lackluster … More 2020 Anime Awards: The You Can’t Know Edition