Anime, Review, Watch This Anime!

Recovery of an MMO Junkie: A Romantic Series of Coincidences

In the ever-constant rush of seasonal anime, a lot of good shows are swept away and forgotten. It's much like a polluted river; once you filter through the trash, you'll find some great stuff! Unfortunately, all the stuff that survived has already moved on and all the good stuff already drowned. That got way darker… Continue reading Recovery of an MMO Junkie: A Romantic Series of Coincidences

Anime, Character Analysis, The Mind of a Character

Morioka Moriko: The Elite NEET

Watch 'Recovery of an MMO Junkie'. It's so good and cute and if you don't you probably won't understand what I'm talking about in this article. I'm not joking. I'll leave a link right below this paragraph. I'm not sponsored or anything; I just really love this show and I think you will too. Recovery… Continue reading Morioka Moriko: The Elite NEET

Anime, Bleach, Watch This Anime!

Revisiting Bleach: Going Round and Round in Circles

Why is it called Bleach, anyways? Is it because they need to wash all the blood out of their clothes after every fight? I don't get it. It still feels weird to me that the days of the Big Three are over. One Piece has survived, but it isn't as influential as it used to… Continue reading Revisiting Bleach: Going Round and Round in Circles

Anime, Character Analysis, Haikyu!!, The Mind of a Character

Why Hinata Shoyo is the Best Shounen Protagonist

When it comes to Shounen protagonists, they're all pretty cookie-cutter. Just take Goku's personality, come up with a different but distinct design and power set, and you're pretty much done. Luffy, Naruto, Tanjiro, all of these characters are similar in many ways. Haikyu!!'s Hinata Shoyo is yet another of these characters. He's a friendly kid… Continue reading Why Hinata Shoyo is the Best Shounen Protagonist

Anime, Character Analysis, My Hero Academia, The Mind of a Character

Gentle Criminal: The Modern Day Gentleman Rogue

I'll leave My Hero Academia alone after this, I promise. At least until either a) I catch up with the manga or b) season five happens. Whichever one comes first. MHA villains are typically very... villainous, for lack of a better word. Shigurake and all his goons are clearly evil and menacing, All For One… Continue reading Gentle Criminal: The Modern Day Gentleman Rogue