Rock Lee and His Ninja Pals is a full force comedic relief of the Naruto universe. I never had the chance to follow Naruto series before, but here I am now in 2020 with no job and with depression and Naruto is doing great at helping me cope with mental stress. Following the 500 episodes of… Continue reading Rock Lee and his Ninja Pals: Finding Captain Yamato [Part One]
It wouldn't be fair of me to say that Slam Dunk is the best Sports Anime since it's the only sports anime that I faithfully followed. I still have others on my watch list. But I've never gotten tired of watching it even after reruns after reruns. Released in the early '90s, Slam Dunk was… Continue reading Remembering that old Basketball Anime: Slam Dunk
This is a random list of anime I watched from the late 1990s to early 2000. These were some of the shows I followed on Television when streaming on the internet wasn't even a thing yet. I didn't include some of the household names in the community like Dragonball, Sailor Moon, Hunter x Hunter, Naruto,… Continue reading A Random List of 15 Anime of the Early 2000
Being interested in Japan will come naturally if you enjoy Anime and Manga. Obviously, because all good Anime and Manga originated from Japan, created by the Japanese, the whole story and content are based on Japan and the Japanese. We voluntarily submit ourselves to this brainwash that Japan is the best country. As a child,… Continue reading I used to want to live in Japan. What changed my mind?
To me, Gensomaden Saiyuki will always better than Saiyuki Reload, speaking relative to how the Anime Series was presented. Saiyuki Reload and Gensomaden Saiyuki were made by different artists so it didn't feel the same anymore. Plot and Story aside, this will only be about the total aesthetics of the Anime. I will only cover… Continue reading What made Gensomaden Saiyuki Different from Saiyuki Reload
A video of an anime opening music was randomly recommended to me on Youtube. It was from the Anime Movie titled "I want to eat your Pancreas" (Kimi no Suizo wo Tabetai / 君の膵臓をたべたい). The video comments were all praises about the movie and they said it was an underrated tearjerker, so I was curious.… Continue reading A Love Story with a Strange Title: I want to eat your Pancreas
This is how the four seasons of the year are called in Japanese (にほんご). The Japanese characters placed are in Hiragana. I am trying to practice all the Hiragana characters as they are the easiest to me, for now, but each word also has their Kanji equivalent (i don't know Kanji yet) Haru (はる) is… Continue reading Haru, Natsu, Fuyu, and Aki
From the Takoboto Japanese Dictionary, the word Fujoshi (ふじょし) refers to a woman who likes comics depicting male homosexual love, and a Fudanshi (ふだんし) is the male version, as it refers to a male who likes comics depicting male homosexual love. This used to be a derogatory term to the latter. But now it is… Continue reading Fujoshi and Fudanshi
The Anime and Manga content on the internet is vast. The competition is fierce and I can't count the number of Anime blogs I've visited. Thus, I asked myself, Is being an Anime blogger really a bad idea? Yes actually. But is this going to stop me from making a blog about Anime and Manga?… Continue reading Is an Anime blog a bad idea?
This is a continuation of the story of Naoya Nifuji and Kou Sakuragi. I compiled their story into two posts for those who want to read only about Nao and Kou from Wotakoi: Love is Hard for an Otaku. I used images with moments that were significant in their development. If you haven't read Part… Continue reading Wotakoi: The Story Compilation of Nao Nifuji and Kou Sakuragi [Part Two]