Anime has been a passion of mine for a very long time. It’s been my go-to escape from life’s most difficult tribulations (aside from books, of course), and yet for the past couple of years I just haven’t had the drive to watch much of anything in regards to anime. A traumatic experience occurred and…… Continue reading Returning to the World of Anime
My most recent novel experience was with a Japanese psychological horror suspense novel, called Another by Yukito Ayatsuji, and it was such an amazing fricking book! It’s a paced, speculative story about a supernatural curse that has befallen third year middle-schoolers in fictitious Yomiyama, Japan. My first encounter with this title was when the anime…… Continue reading Another: Psychological Thriller Perfection
Good early morning my book-mateys of all sorts! I hope all of who celebrate had an enjoyable Easter this past month. I kind of just slept it off and bit the heads off of chocolate bunny rabbits for entertainment, as well as sustenance! After diving into my sugar coma, I went ahead and started a…… Continue reading March Wrap-Up!!
Why, Princess Jellyfish, why must you do this to me?! I had such high expectations for you! You started off so gloriously, but now I feel like I don’t even know what you’ve become! Okay… Mildly, over-dramatic, burble has come to an end. Let’s talk about the manga series called Princess Jellyfish written by the…… Continue reading Review: Princess Jellyfish (Manga)
Bunny Drop, known as Usagi Drop in Japanese, is a josei manga series written by Yumi Unita. It lasted for nine volumes and one compilation volume, from 2005 to 2011. Like many other serials with captivating storylines, Bunny Drop was made into an anime series and that is how I first encountered it. After thoroughly…… Continue reading Review: Bunny Drop (Manga)
I am going to start this review by blatantly stating that Akatsuki no Yona is one of the best manga serials that I have read in a long time, quite possibly ever. Fear not, the spiel as to why my love for this story is so profound will follow with bits of fangirling theatrics, but…… Continue reading Review: Akatsuki no Yona (Manga)
These past couple of seasons of anime watching has been rather lackluster for me. While there have been a few decent shows, the vast majority of the options have brought me nothing but monotony, or awkward feelings of “why am I putting myself through this ero-fest?” One evening while sitting in bed, flipping through the…… Continue reading Review: My LOVE Story!! (Anime)