Analyzing Women’s Strength in Fiction: Emotional Strength in TV and Anime

I may not be back yet...but I managed some free time and decided to work on an old post! So yeah, consider this a hiatus interlude or something. 😊 1. Akane Tsunemori, Psycho-Pass: In a world where mental health has been given (very twisted) priority, Akane seems to be seriously lucky. Her own Psycho-Pass is … Continue reading Analyzing Women’s Strength in Fiction: Emotional Strength in TV and Anime

Analyzing Women’s Strength in Fiction: Mental Strength in TV and Anime+ I am back!

Yep, I have returned...again! Glad to be back. And yes, my trip went very well. Without saying much more, it was basically me touring schools. There will be more on this later, but for now, it's more personal. Basically, glad to be back, and my important trip went well (I hope!) 1. Weiss Schnee, RWBY: … Continue reading Analyzing Women’s Strength in Fiction: Mental Strength in TV and Anime+ I am back!

My End of Year Lists and Challenge: Most Beautiful TV Shows and Anime

A reminder on what my lists and challenge is about: As it's December, I have decided to make "best of the year" lists for things I like and am interested in. I will cover books, TV shows, anime, movies, and Webtoons. The challenge part is 100% optional and may not even happen. But the idea … Continue reading My End of Year Lists and Challenge: Most Beautiful TV Shows and Anime

Web Series Review: RWBY Volume 3

Well now...let's just say Volume 3 is NOT what I was expecting. If you're sensitive to spoilers, maybe don't read this review, as there may be LIGHT spoilers ahead. This will also be a shorter review than usual, without pros and cons, because a lot of those have to do with SPOILERS. So sadly, not … Continue reading Web Series Review: RWBY Volume 3

TV Review: RWBY Volume 1

I remember I started this back in February...I thought the idea had potential, but the animation just sort of turned me off. But one day, when the website where I was watching my current anime series was being glitchy, I decided to revisit RWBY, remembering the short episodes...and became addicted. (Sigh).  Summary: Using the power … Continue reading TV Review: RWBY Volume 1

Happy Father’s Day! Celebrating Fathers in fiction

If any of my followers are fathers, well then, happy Father's Day! Like with my Mother's Day post, I wanted to focus on some of the very best fathers, or father figures,  in fiction.  Books: Hans Hubermann, The Book Thief: Where do I even start with Hans? He wasn't just an amazing father figure to … Continue reading Happy Father’s Day! Celebrating Fathers in fiction

Analyzing Women’s Strength in Fiction: Mental Strength in TV and Anime

1. Kurisu Makise, Steins;Gate: Subcategory: emotional At the young age of seventeen, Kurisu Makise was a renowned genius, had already graduated from college, and was working on a theory of time travel. However, her true genius became known to the viewers when she joined the Future Gadget Lab and worked alongside Okabe Rintaro. They uncovered … Continue reading Analyzing Women’s Strength in Fiction: Mental Strength in TV and Anime

Analyzing Women’s Strength in Fiction: Emotional Strength in TV and Anime

I am so sorry for being so late! I have been really busy and frankly, forgot about this post. But it's here! Honorable mention: Shado, Arrow 1. Molly Hooper, Sherlock Subcategory: mental In the first season of Sherlock, Molly appears to just be a kind girl who has a crush on Sherlock. However, in season … Continue reading Analyzing Women’s Strength in Fiction: Emotional Strength in TV and Anime

Anime review: Tokyo Ghoul Season 1

This is my first TV/anime review. Most of you have probably at least heard of Tokyo Ghoul; it's currently one of the most popular anime series. I will be ranking my animated TV reviews on five things, similar to my book reviews: story, characters, animation, soundtrack, and world building. I will also include some pros … Continue reading Anime review: Tokyo Ghoul Season 1

Analyzing Strength in Women in Fiction: Physical Strength in TV and Anime

Honorable mention: Melinda May, Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D 1. Sameen Shaw, Person of Interest: Subcategory: mental Like John Reese, the main character of POI, Shaw worked for the government program that tackled the Machine's "relevant" numbers. She can easily take out a room of guards and soldiers, including a bunch of strong men nearly twice her … Continue reading Analyzing Strength in Women in Fiction: Physical Strength in TV and Anime