It’s always a fantastic feeling when you come across a truly ‘great’ manga. One that captures your imagination and you can’t stop thinking about it. On the flip side, even an awful manga has a redeeming quality in how bad it is – it’s something you can laugh at, vent about or just shake your… Continue reading 3 Manga That Made Me Go ‘Meh!’
As the Fall 2018 anime came to a close, a few of my Facebook friends where sharing pictures, lamenting the end of some great stories. One Facebook friend in particular, shared screenshots of the final heart-wrenching scene in Banana Fish. One of his friends complained about the spoiler (red) and the poster’s response (blue) used a… Continue reading Seasonal Anime, The Otaku Community & Spoilers – A Discussion
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
I confess, during my trip to Japan I bought way too much otaku merchandise. But rather than show every single thing I bought, I thought it’d be easier and more enjoyable to compact it into my top five favourite purchases. There’s quite a variety within the top five, and surprisingly enough, four of the five… Continue reading My Top 5 Otaku Souvenirs from Japan!
Another month has gone past, and that means another otaku reads round up! As I was in Japan for half of November, I didn’t get to read as much as I wanted. But I still managed to check out two romance series and one comedy. Check out which one I enjoyed the most and which… Continue reading Otaku Monthly Reads – November 2018
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
Otaku Monthly Reads is a new feature that will be added to Two Happy Cats. At least, I hope, we’ll see how long I can keep it going! Just to give a quick overview of it, each month I’ll be selecting about three manga/ manhwa/ webtoons I’ve read that really stood out to me, whether… Continue reading Otaku Monthly Reads – October 2018
Hello! Hope everyone has been having a spook-tacular October. As it is the month of horror, I thought I’d theme my podcast around Otaku things that have given me the creeps. Next month’s episode will be a special one, but won’t be released until late November. In the meantime, I hope you enjoy this month’s episode!… Continue reading One Happy Otaku Podcast: Episode 4 – Spooky Time!
It’s no secret in the otaku community, that reading manga through sites like MangaFox and MangaRock are the norm. These sites are free, but ultimately harm the manga business as mangaka, translators and publishing companies do not receive a single cent for their hard work. My theory, for the use of these sites, is based… Continue reading Reviewing eBook Renta ~ An Online Manga Rental Service