Net-Juu no Susume’s Downfall of Needless Conflicts

I’ve freely enjoyed watching a low effort yet stylistically in-depth anime known as Net-Juu no Susume. However, enjoyment has decreased as it becomes more and more frustrating! I still like watching a lot of these characters interact and appreciate its amazing use of the MMO asset. The only big issue is Yuuta Sakurai himself. Originally, he was an admirable…

RWBY Volume 5: How Adam Takes The Reins Like a Digibro(ny)

Hay hay, every po- neigh! And well, everyone else. The fifth volume of RWBY started and while I couldn’t be more excited, especially with the progression of the story; a completely sober thought crossed my mind. With how masterfully Adam used his popularity to take over the White Fang and become High Leader, it seemed awfully…

Atom: The Beginning and Beyond

Sci-fi is generally not my thing. But if I said I wasn’t a fan of robots, I’d be fuckin’ lying! In fact, I hope to personally build a robot myself one day; as a hobby, of course. Atom: The Beginning is the prequel to Astro Boy and while that is a very cook little fact, Atom…

Net-juu no Susume Breaking the Romantic Mold

Unpopular opinion but I never liked romance anime. The narrative was generally very bare-bones and melodramatic. There was not much creativity put into them, considering the majority of them take place in high school and look very plain overall. Net-juu no Susume has chosen to conceptually divert its attention to how 2 MMO junkies come to meet…

The Unfortunate Creation of King’s Game

The asinine novel known as King’s Game was created by Nobuaki Kanazawa And yes, he did name the main character after himself. I certainly wouldn’t judge him based on that alone but watching just the first 2 episodes of the anime adaptation was enough to give me an idea of the kind of story it was considering I have experience…

Gamers + Anime = What Kind of Gamer Are You?

It’s easy to be labeled as a stereotype without the person making the accusation actually knowing you. But I think we need to be honest with ourselves that, even though stereotypes should always be taken with a grain of salt, there is some level of truth to them. Just as there are stereotypical anime viewers,…

Digimon story Cyber Sleuth: A Bittersweet Dilemna

Digimon Story is probably heralded as the best Digimon game, if not one of the best. Reasonably so, out of all the Digimon games this one had me playing for days on end. Not to mention the Persona esq art style which goes brilliantly with the more mature story. The concept is easily the greatest…

Stop caring about Hollywood anime adaptations

I find those who love an anime really loves that anime and wouldn’t appreciate a Hollywood adaptation of it because of hollywood’s unfortunate track record with these kinds of films. And I don’t understand why this is the case. Because adapting that film into another medium doesn’t change anything about the original thus it doesn’t…

Aquarion EVOL│The Art of Emotion

Sometimes, I just like to highlight certain strengths of anime that are, mostly, unique to them because I want to see more of these specific qualities in other anime in the future.  Aquarion EVOL is definitely an oddball I’d “LOVE” to put on blast! I coincidentally watched Aquarion EVOL not long after I saw one of…

Small Update: Hurricane Irma, Youtube and Blogging

Alright so if anyone follows me on Twitter, you’d know I was busy dealing with Hurricane Irma. Y’know how girls are… So, that took a lot of time. She robbed me of my internet for a little while and kept taking the power. So yeah, sorry for lack of content since that occurred. I have…

The Incoherency of The Fate/Series

Just as pretty much everyone who watches anime; I got invested in Fate for the sheer greatness that was Fate/Zero. Fate/Zero was basically a battle royale free-for-all of mages summoning these magical servants that were previously historical heroes in their lifetime.  The thing that made this cool as shit was that these characters were all familiar…