Summer Anime Watching Wrap-Up (2021)

I only watched about nine serials, with two of them being re-watches. They were all entertaining to various degrees and in different ways, and a couple of them even surprised me with how much I grew to adore them by their finales, so much so that I plan on adding them to my personal collection in the near-ish future.

A Study in Emerald by Neil Gaiman & Rafael Albuquerque: An Absolutely Brilliant & Beautifully Rendered Lovecraftian Graphic Novel – Comic Review

A Study in Emerald was the dark fantasy story that I didn’t realise I was craving so badly. It satisfied my love of both dark and mysterious plights, and my passion for fantasy and the obscure. As someone who positively relishes intellective writing and unique twists to literary classics, on top of everything else I’ve mentioned, the graphic novel ended up being a masterful indulgence of the best sort.

Films & TV Shows I Watched in September 2021

September wasn’t a very exciting month for me in terms of streaming. A couple films were re-watches for me as I put them on in the background while I studied. I find that having dialogue or a story to concentrate on in the background actually helps my brain retain more information

10 Horror Games on My Steam Wishlist

~Please note that some of the screengrabs for the games mentioned in this post will be NSFW with blood, gore, and some nudity.~ Since my birthday month of ghoulish and ghostly shenanigans is almost upon us, I thought it would be fun to take a look at my Steam wishlist and share the horror games that I’ve added over the past year or so.

Mao Volume 1 by Rumiko Takahashi: Time Travelling Fun in Yōkai-Fuelled Taisho Era – Manga 1st Impressions

Mao Volume 1 by Rumiko Takahashi is a shōnen, dark fantasy, supernatural adventure manga series that follows a young girl named Nanako Kiba. She survived a terrible event as a child and ever since then she lives with her grandfather. One day on her way home from school, she walks by the location of this past tragedy and eventually finds herself transported back to the Taisho Era

Anime Recommendations: 5 Reasons to Watch Witch Hunter Robin

Whenever people ask me for recommendations of underrated anime serials, Witch Hunter Robin is one that immediately slips to mind. It was one of those titles that left an imprint for many years to come, making it rather unforgettable and always waiting to be shared. There were so many details about this particular anime that stood out to me in the vast ocean of similarly-themed shows and because of that, it has cemented itself as one of my favourite occult, crime serials to date.

Comics I Will Be Reading in September & October

Comics are one of my favourite things to read but I haven’t had a chance to really dive into some long-awaited titles thanks to life being a bit chaotic. For the rest of September and especially for October (my pumpkin-infused spoopy month of birth) I want to dive into my backlog and reacquaint myself with this truly fantastic and incredibly underrated medium.