What Anime Means To Me

It’s time I explain what anime has meant to me this past year, after all the exposure and learning curves and enjoyment. After all, I don’t consider it just “another piece of entertainment.” Anime is special to me. So, as part of my 1 year with anime celebration, I’m going to lay out what anime…

A Happy Birthday to Yamato!

Ore Monogatari is my favorite show of the spring season, for a million reasons, a huge one being that it is a phenomenal, emotionally genuine, adorable love story. Today is the birthday of one of the main characters, Yamato, Takeo’s first girlfriend. The last three episodes have even been about her birthday, so I decided there was no way I…

Favorite Characters of Spring

I thought this would be an awesome fun post to write up, since there are so many great characters this Spring! This list is in no particular order–because PICKING FAVORITES IS TOO HARD FOR A FANGIRL’S HEART. XD Souma || Food Wars How can I dislike this kid? Souma could easily be annoying, but his…

Ongoing || Spring 2015 Mid-Season: Part 1

Ore Monogatari | Episode 7 Yep, it jumped over Blockade to first place on my spring list! It’s the cutest most exceptional piece of shoujo crap I’ve ever seen and it warms me to my toes. And when I mean crap I mean best shoujo show ever. Takeo and Yamato are flipping adorable together and…

Anime Intrigue Podcast || Parts 1 and 2

Instead of Tuesday Tunes, I’m sharing a podcast featuring me! James the Reviewer and I have been good friends for several years, and I can completely blame him for getting me hooked on anime. XD He runs the anime website Anime Intrigue which is one of my favorite anime sites. Recently he asked me to…

Ongoing || Spring 2015 Impressions: Part 1

 Sound! Euphonium | Episode 1 “Beginning her first year in high school, Kumiko struggles with her decision to join the high school concert band–as they sound awful–but it’s there that she recognizes a former female school mate.” This is at the top of my must-watch list. Going from the first episode, this story appears refreshingly true to life. The lead…