As careful as we are with our precious figures sometimes accidents do happen. A slip, a little bit too much pressure even a change of wind and a small delicate part is broken. When this happens it can be devastating, I should know. I recently purchased a Hatsune Miku Original Akifuku ver. figure , I’ve… Continue reading Fixing My Broken Figures: A Short Tale of DIY
Starting off a blog can be a daunting task, made even worse when you try to get some tips online. There’s hundreds of books, very expensive online courses and thousands more webpages dedicated to telling you exactly how to make the ‘best most successful blog that ever existed’. But when I started up my blog… Continue reading Three ‘Blogging Success’ Tips I Never Followed
Hanging out at his usual bar, Chiharu Kashima makes friends with someone quite unexpected. Toyohi is bright, overly friendly, and a little silly, all traits that Chiharu admires. But Toyohi is entranced by Chiharu’s magical ability and job as a the head of the Wizard Bureau’s Crisis Countermeasures Division. As only those from certain families are… Continue reading This Boy is a Professional Wizard Review – A Magical Romance
Dororo was never meant to be a happy story. Characters live tragic lives, filled with a futile struggle against cruel fate. It was something I’ve come to expect with the series, but nothing could have prepared me for how gripped and destroyed I was by the story of Mio. After gaining his hearing back, Hyakkimaru struggles… Continue reading Dororo Episodes 5 & 6 Review: The Moriko Song and My Tears
Coming off the high of last week’s episode of Dororo, I have to admit I was a tad disappointed how this week turned out. Taking a slight turn away from focusing on a specific character, this episode looked at an object. A cursed sword. I feel like I’ve seen one hundred and one cursed sword stories,… Continue reading Dororo Episode 4 Review: One Sword to Rule them All
To be perfectly honest, I am very rarely a fan of episodes devoted to a single backstory. I often feel they’re forced drivers of sympathy, the worse offenders being backstories in the Big Three (like Naruto) which seem to just outdo themselves with tragic childhoods. So when this week’s episode of Dororo started, I did let out a… Continue reading Dororo Episode 3 Review: A Backstory for the Ages
The winner of the Winter 2019 first impressions poll was Dororo , and I won’t attempt to hide my excitement. Thank you all for not rallying against me and picking something you know I’ll hate! For those who are new to Dororo, I recommend checking out my first impressions post of it, over here. With all that… Continue reading Dororo Episode 2 Review: Will Bandai go Bye Bye?