After skipping Fall 2018, I’m back with my seasonal anime first impressions. Welcome everyone, to Winter 2019, and just like last winter, we’ve got some great series to start this year off. From the dark tones of Dororo to the cute girls of Pastel Memories, this season is as colourful as it is varied. This post is the first… Continue reading Winter Anime 2019 – First Impressions (Part 1)
With 2019 just around the corner, many bloggers are reviewing what their year was like on their blogs (stat-wise / professionally), their viewing habits and what they hope for in the future. I figured I’d stick to the first two and look over what my 2018 was like for me. Thankfully, I tend to record… Continue reading Looking Through An Otaku Lens – What Defined My 2018?
Production I.G, known for works such as B. The Beginning and xxxHolic has released their smartphone app worldwide. The app, Anime Tate (AKA Anime Beans), is a streaming service where you can watch short vertical anime episodes. These anime episodes are designed to be viewed on your smartphone, thus vertical. Although, there are some horizontal… Continue reading An Intro to Anime Beans – A New Anime Streaming App
Before reading this post I’ll have to redirect you to a video to set the tone. Open up a new tab, head to Youtube and type in ‘Michael Scott no’. It should be the first result – a 10 second video. Now with that playing, join me as I scream into the abyss. For the… Continue reading Goblin Slayer Episode 10.5 – The Dreaded Recap Episode
Airing during the Fall 2016 season, ‘Magical Girl Raising Project’ peaked my interest as a rather infamous dark magical girl series. The series is based on a light novel series of the same name by Asari Endou, illustrated by Maruino. However, the anime’s 12 episodes barely scratch the surface of the novel’s ten volumes. The… Continue reading Magical Girl Raising Project Review – Sparkles, Cuteness and Murder
The idea behind ‘Angels of Death’ reads like it could be my dream horror anime. A young girl wakes up in a strange building, to escape she must make her up up the building. But, true to its name, on each floor a deranged killer is waiting for her. The anime is based on a… Continue reading Angels of Death Review – Comparing the Game, Manga & Anime
Over the last two weeks, I’ve spent most of my waking moments looking for anime freelance writing opportunities. And let me tell you, it is worse than trying to find a needle in a haystack. Knowing how difficult this is, I thought I would share some of the opportunities I’ve found, just to help out… Continue reading Freelance Anime Writing Opportunities