Bear with me...the intro's a bit long. Prior to my trip to Japan, me and my family were working through a storeroom so we could find things to sell (to scrounge up extra souvenir money). One thing I found was a copy of The Bachman Books and, having previously known of the reputation of Stephen King... Continue Reading →
The problem with gag manga is that they can get repetitive too fast if their execution is off... Mitama Security is a bit of a dumb series, but for some reason I can't quite put my finger on ("charm", perhaps...?), I've grown quite fond of it. Since it's only got 10 chapters as I type this... Continue Reading →
I'm trying a little something with this post... Between Flip Flappers, Princess Principal and the most recent (but not ongoing) entry into their oeuvre Blackfox, this studio’s become one to watch. This studio’s name is actually pronounced “3 Hertz”, not “3-H-Z” or whatever else you might think it is. It’s formed from ex-Kinema Citrus staff... Continue Reading →
"Blogger that inspired you to be great"...can I just say "almost everyone"? I can't show that much favouritism to everyone, so I think you know the answer if you've read how this blog began - Scott was the one that got me to sign up but Karandi was the one who made me make the... Continue Reading →
Iruma-kun is similar to the title character itself - it tries not to stand out, but it's actually pleasant enough under that exterior. Iruma-kun is a pleasant situational comedy, but it's also full of language puns. As is my usual fare, I'll try to dissect them as much as I can - chime in with... Continue Reading →
Okay, my lineup is set!The last post has impressions for Ahiru no Sora, Shinchou Yuusha, Honzuki no Gekokujou and Mairimashita! Iruma-kun. This post is for Africa Salaryman, Actors, Tokunana and Abilities Average. Next, there's Assassin's Pride, Stand My Heroes, No Guns Life and Stars Align. After that, it's Kabukicho Sherlock, BnHA 4 and Shin Chuuka Ichiban.Page jumpsKabukicho SherlockBoku no... Continue Reading →
Did you know the prompt was entirely different when I pitched it to Lyn? Hey all! For those who aren't familiar with me already, I'm Aria of this here Animanga Spellbook and OWLS is the group known as the Otaku Warriors for Liberty and Self-Respect, who promote acceptance, regardless of sexuality, disability, religion or race.... Continue Reading →
If it's not specified, the time period covered in this post is from the 23rd of September 2019 to the 21st of October 2019.Navigation: Other People's Reads | Spellbook Offerings|Coming up next...Other People's ReadsIt wouldn't be a round-up post without them. However, since I scour people's archives on a regular basis, these may not even be... Continue Reading →
We finally wrapped this collab up! Woot! (Also, Ply rises from the dead to explain his absence.)
Belated final thoughts on last season’s hype.
- Purple = Aria the 14th Magic Conan
- Green = Plyasm of the Wormhole
- Blue = Astral the Gemini
- Red = Moya the Tori
1. What are your general thoughts on this episode? [Mandatory]
More train hype.
Loved the first half and didn’t mind the second either.
A very good episode, and a fitting endpoint for the season. It does leave me very hopeful for the Infinity Train movie, however!!
2. Did the episode fit your expectations, and in which ways did it differ from it? (If it does) [Mandatory]
…yup. We even got a bonus Muzan disguised as a woman (just to distinguish him from Michael Jackson).
That elaborate piece of architecture!!! It’s an upgrade of Kyougai’s house. I wonder if Kyougai helped build it. And gender-bent Muzan was indeed a pleasant surprise.
I loved the episode. I’d been waiting to…
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