Some may not be aware of this, but to me, this is akin to revisiting one’s childhood home and reminiscing about the wonderful years in one’s youth. (more…)
Let’s see what I watched during the Winter season of 2018:
Violet Evergarden, Koi Ameagari, and the Basilisk sequel, which I never finished. Two decent shows, but nothing super substantial. I had seen that the show being spotlighted in this post was fairly popular, yet I never remember seeing any substantial hype for it around the anicommunity. Seasonal Prattle wrote one post on it some time back, but otherwise I’m either completely blind or I unintentionally ignored anything about it while it was airing.
I open with this because my question now, after seeing it, is “Where the FUCK have I been?” (more…)
I have no idea how long this will be. Upon finishing the story, I figured it may be close to two-thousand words, but as time passes I become more attuned to keeping it straight to the point. I suppose I’ll just write and see where it takes me. (more…)
lowercase letters because a e s t h e t i c.
i first discovered shoe upon reading an encyclopedia dramatica article on boxxy, with whom shoe has been compared to heavily upon establishing herself within the internet world. (there is no longer any connection to shoe on boxxy’s article.) at that point she only had a few youtube videos up, the latest (from what i recall) being “the social justice league vs. gamers.” “oppression olympics,” which would become her rise to internet stardom, along with the aforementioned video, were poignant among the then rise of the gamergate controversy, which caused an internet shitstorm decrying journalist corruption on one side and misogyny on the other. seeing as i was passionately for the side of journalistic reform, it was nice to have someone to latch onto to reaffirm my own opinion, as the only place that did otherwise (from my list of follows at the time) was the aforementioned encyclopedia dramatica (but its hard to take them seriously in most cases). (more…)
It feels really nice to have a currently-reading manga where the moment it updates, a sizzling-hot feeling of anticipation erupts within the body like an explosion. For me, on this day, that title belongs to Komi-san Wa Komyushou Desu.
Komi is a girl who cannot speak; she is not mute, but has a certain disorder about herself where she cannot communicate with others well. Her goal is to conquer her disorder and make a vast amount of friends, so that she can establish a fulfilling and memorable high school experience. Alone, she struggles with this, until a completely normal classmate by the name of Tadano figures out her disorder and agrees to help her dream of achieving “100 friends.” (more…)