[Note: This topic could apply to a wide variety of mediums. However, anime tends to be thought of on a smaller scale than other sources of entertainment. Please keep this in mind when reading further.] Continue reading “How Much Anime Does It Take to Become an “Expert”?”
Two notes before I begin:
- While the term “Hero” may imply the use of male characters as an archetype, I am using the term as a gender-neutral definition, such that this post can (and will) feature descriptions and characteristics applicable to both sexes.
- This post will be very similar in structure to a previous post about creating my perfect “waifu.” While that post was more of a Valentine-esque joke, this post will (generally) be serious.
Continue reading “The Ideal Anime Hero”
Some time ago, I took a look at the quality of light novel adaptations based on my average scores for those qualified. Today, I’m doing something similar, only instead of light novel adaptations, I’m broadening the scope of my research to individual anime studios. I’ve seen a countless number of anime posts detailing an individual’s favorite anime studio for boasting the best collection of anime and what have you, but I’ve never been able to join the conversation as I (perhaps naively) don’t often focus on the studios behind anime works. That changes now—or at the very least, I’ll know what studio is generally accommodating of my interests. Continue reading “Highlighting the Best Anime Studios (Based on My Average Scores)”
Every hardcore anime fan has some. Things about the anime medium that make them groan, cry, or maybe even wish they were never an anime fan. While these things seem a little extreme, some nuisances are so ingrained within the medium that it begins to add to an overwhelming amount of negativity with each series, limiting what one can enjoy among the vast selection.
We’re not gonna focus on these things today. Instead, I’m gonna nitpick like it’s my career. Continue reading “Top 10 Trivial Anime Pet Peeves”
The decision to watch this was slightly inspired by Irina from Idrinkandwatchanime, who gave this anime a glowing recap in a post of underappreciated titles. While I didn’t find myself loving this as much as she did, I can definitely find the same enthusiasm for the cuteness of the characters. Continue reading “Quick Thoughts on Sekai Seifuku: Bouryaku no Zvezda”
This anime is kind of a mess. A beautiful mess, which looks almost coherent gazing upon it for the first few minutes. Inevitably, however, someone comes in to clean it up, causing the room to look spick and span, without an ounce of personality. That’s kind of how the story goes. Continue reading “Thoughts on Hisone to Maso-tan”