Tag: 12 Days of Anime

  • Day 286: My Top Picks of Fall Anime 2018

    Day 286: My Top Picks of Fall Anime 2018

    Merry Christmas everybody! The Fall season of anime is coming to a close. We had some returning shows, some new faces, and a few unexpected surprises. On top of that, we even got a massive and annoying controversy. Can we go a month without one of those? Please? That’d be nice. Now, before we get […]

  • Day 285: Death Note Was Too Popular For It’s Own Good

    Day 285: Death Note Was Too Popular For It’s Own Good

    Death Note fell into a similar popularity effect as Sword Art Online. It debuted during the beginning of the Streaming era, and it served as an excellent gateway show for many anime fans. And it quickly rose in fame, thanks to both the manga and the anime, and became one of the most popular anime […]

  • Day 284: Sword Art Online AKA The Train Wreck That Just Keeps Going

    Day 284: Sword Art Online AKA The Train Wreck That Just Keeps Going

    And now for the exact fucking opposite. Wrapping up our little Isekai trilogy (which I didn’t do on purpose, I swear), we’re gonna talk about the tyrannical king of the genre: Sword Art Online. Every anime fan under the sun knows about this damn show. And everything that can be said has been said. Everyone […]

  • Day 283: No Game, No Season 2

    Day 283: No Game, No Season 2

    Practically every time I’ve mentioned an Isekai on this blog, I’ve said the same thing: No Game, No Life is an exception to the ‘Isekai shows are bad’ rule. And since I needed something to talk about for the 12 Days of Anime, I figured I’d take the day to finally explain why this show […]

  • Day 282: Nassica and the Valley of the Wind

    Day 282: Nassica and the Valley of the Wind

    Studio Ghibli is one of the most iconic names in the anime industry. Their works have been massively influential not just throughout anime, but all of pop culture. Everyone has their favorites, be they My Neighbor Totoro, Spirited Away, Princess Mononoke or Ponyo. But whenever I have these conversations, one film is never brought up. […]