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”
I won’t say much about this one, as I believe it’s another experience that’s especially heightened when people go in blind. All that may potentially spoil is the following proclamation: I’m going to have to watch something sickly sweet now because FUCK was this depressing. Continue reading “Entry #28: Devilman: Crybaby (SoM/A 2018)”
Yes, I watched this. Yes, I was aware it’s considered one of the worst anime of all time. Yes, I regret it. Continue reading “Entry #26: Green Green (SoM/A 2018)”
When I said that sex should be more prominent in anime (or manga), this wasn’t really what I meant. Continue reading “Entry #16: Koi wo Suru no ga Shigoto desu. (SoM 2018)”
There are two things you need to read this manga:
- An open mind.
- Iron sides.
It’ll be short this time around. There’s really not much I can say about this manga without just laughing the whole thing out the door. Continue reading “Entry #13: Good Night World (SoM 2018)”
I really wasn’t fond of this manga early on. My feelings were in murky conflict as I fought to diversify my Summer with different sorts of genres and tones, instead of endlessly indulging in cute/stupid romances. There are times when I try to charge forward in spite of my disinterest, thinking it will do me good. In this case, the opening chapters did little to bring me out of my funk. About a third of the way through got me pretty invested. Continue reading “Entry #9: Koukoku no Shugosha (SoM 2018)”