It was said that one day long ago, MagicConan14 stumbled across an ancient series of spells known as "anime". Anime has captivated MagicConan14 for almost as long as they've lived, and now they are hoping to analyse what makes them work. Categories you may want to peruse: archive: for posts imported to the Spellbook from... Continue Reading →
That's a lot of Ms in the title... If it's not specified, the time period covered in this post is from the 22nd of April 2019 to the 20th of May 2019. Navigation: Other People's Reads | Spellbook Offerings|Coming up next... Other People's Reads It wouldn't be a round-up post without them. However, since I scour... Continue Reading →
We're catching up...as fast as 4 people on one collab can go, at least. Ply thinks I'm going too fast, in fact, but I guess what happens behind the scenes stays behind the scenes. Colour coding of the text: "Red violet": Le me (Aria/MagicConan14) Maroon: Moya [link to blog] Blue: The ever-late-to-the-collab AstralGemini [link to... Continue Reading →
Happy, happy! Hello again friendos. If you’re new around here, this is the Spellbook and this is Aria, the blogger who maintains it. This OWLS prompt for May is kinda meta: “Happiness is subjective. We all have different definitions of what happiness means to us and we also feel happiness in varying degrees. This month... Continue Reading →
...but it is a magical boy show. It just has kappa instead. I'm having a lot of fun with Sarazanmai, despite evidence to the contrary. This is because, as I hinted at in the OWLS masculinity livestream, I see in it the legacy of Boueibu and possibly what could have been of Kiznaiver. However, I... Continue Reading →
Now you can check out our 2nd episode impressions for Demon Slayer (not Demon /Sayer/ like the title says).
Hello my lovely people! Obviously, before I officially start the post, I need to address some things.
First would be the fact that my blog got to 100 followers! Whoo!
Obligatory himouto gif.
I’m honestly very thankful to all of you, and I never thought this would happen, really. Someone like me, who takes ages to get even one post out still have people who want to read what I write. I hope I’ll continue to write enjoyable posts for you to read.
*It’s also the 2nd year anniversary of the blog, mini-celeberation whoo…
**If you were expecting more from the celebrations, I’m sorry. I really can’t think of anything unique to write for now. When I think of it, I’ll make a seperate post for you all to enjoy.
And second, is going to be addressing the collab. I know, we are late and yada yada, but it really…
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Disclaimer: I’m gonna talk about touchy subjects in this. I don’t believe strongly in any religion so I should give you the heads-up about that. Also, it says "bishonen" in the title because that's what I'm talking about in the post, but the argument also applies to moe girls/bishoujo. I like (looking at) bishonen. I like... Continue Reading →
[...I think I've run out of witty opening lines. This post is way too late, anyway.]Hitoribocchi, Yu-no, Fruits Basket, Demon Slayer, We Never Learn, Kono Oto Tomare, Sarazanmai, Carole and Tuesday, Fairy Gone and Midnight Occult Civil Servants are all done. This is for Rendai Utena, OPM, BSD, Shoumetsu Toshi, RobiHachi, King of Prism and Shield Hero's new cour.Page jumpsRendai UtenaONE PUNCH!!!Bungou Stray DogsShoumetsu ToshiRobiHachiShield Hero King... Continue Reading →
At the heart of anime lies a dark truth... Being liberated from the stresses of my previous IT failures let me pursue some different things in international studies - things that, surprisingly, had a lot of crossover with sociology and anthropology. Sidebar: You might be surprised to learn this, but I was seriously considering pursuing... Continue Reading →
Thanks to everyone who asked questions. The Spellbook is over 200 total followers already, so I'm a bit late... Despite much advertising (as much as I could do within the time constraints I had), there's only two questions as of the time of this post, so here we go: Moya asks: "...what makes you particularly attached... Continue Reading →