Ten Anime with the Best Writing

So, after doing my Three Days, Three Quotes Tag, I was struck with an idea. Why not do a list of some of the best well written anime? I will include two quotes and a short sentence or two for each. There will be a few spoilers ahead, just warning you. Most of these quotes … Continue reading Ten Anime with the Best Writing

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3 Days, 3 Quotes Tag, Day 3

Well...today is the last day for this tag. I'm a little sad, I had a lot of fun with this one! Thanks, Icebreaker for tagging me for this, I loved doing it! Rules • Thank the person who nominated you • Post a quote for 3 consecutive days (1 quote for each day) • Nominate … Continue reading 3 Days, 3 Quotes Tag, Day 3

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

Movie Review: Children Who Chase Lost Voices

I had been at the library some time ago when I spotted this movie. Immediately, I realized, "hey, wasn't this directed by the guy that made that movie, Your Name? Well, better check it out!" So that's what I did. Also, as this is an animation, I am going to be reviewing according to my … Continue reading Movie Review: Children Who Chase Lost Voices

Anime Review: Fate/Zero Season 2

Okay, I came to this show knowing it was written by Gen Urobuchi, and in season 1, I was surprised by the minimal amount of death...well...season 2 is...definitely more emotional. Summary: As the Fourth Holy Grail War rages on with no clear victor in sight, the remaining Servants and their Masters are called upon by … Continue reading Anime Review: Fate/Zero Season 2

Most Memorable Anime Scenes+ Influence of Music

This is in direct correlation to my Top Ten Favorite Anime OSTs. I'll take a track from each of them and note an impactful scene that uses that track, and talk about how the music made the scene even more memorable. Needless to say, there will be spoilers. I'm also thinking of doing a similar … Continue reading Most Memorable Anime Scenes+ Influence of Music

Anime Review: Fate/Zero Season 1

I know, I know I said I would be watching One Punch Man first...but I wasn't in the mood for a superhero comedy at the time. My schedule for anime is all messed up 😥. I'm sorry! I swear I'll watch it next! Summary: With the promise of granting any wish, the omnipotent Holy Grail … Continue reading Anime Review: Fate/Zero Season 1

My Top Ten Favorite Anime OSTs

I will be excluding movie soundtracks, or else this would have way too many Ghibli soundtracks.  Again, the top three are my favorites, and can switch places regularly.  10. Monster, Kuniaki Haishima: Standouts: What Do I See, The Seeds of Time, Cannot Hear: Haunting is a word for this soundtrack. While some tracks sound too … Continue reading My Top Ten Favorite Anime OSTs

Anime Review: Danganronpa the Animation 

Yeah, this is the series I watched while My Little Monster's site was being glitchy. Such a juxtaposition... I'm also pretty tired, so I'm not going to elaborate much on my pros and cons. Summary: Hope's Peak Academy is an elite high school that accepts only the most talented students. Individuals who successfully enroll receive … Continue reading Anime Review: Danganronpa the Animation