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

Happy Mother’s Day!: Celebrating mothers in fiction 

If any of my followers happen to be mothers, well, happy Mother's Day! Seriously, you have one of the hardest, most under appreciated jobs in the entire world.  Anyway, I wanted to focus on some of the best mothers (or maternal figures) that fiction has to offer. Movies: Hana, Wolf Children: Hana is the ultimate … Continue reading Happy Mother’s Day!: Celebrating mothers in fiction 

My Top Ten Webtoons that Should Be Animated (or at least get a proper fandub)

For this list, these are Webtoons that not only have beautiful and unique art styles, but are unique and innovative and  would be something fresh to bring to the animated or fandub world. And something that goes for all of these; I'd like to hear the character's voices, of course! I will probably make a … Continue reading My Top Ten Webtoons that Should Be Animated (or at least get a proper fandub)

My Favorite Webtoon Recommendations By Genre: Drama

Due to my liking for my first post like this, I have decided to list my ten favorite Webtoons for each genre! And please vote in my poll; I will be compiling all the votes into one list: Top Ten Best Webtoons, and I wish to get as much reader support as I can! 10. … Continue reading My Favorite Webtoon Recommendations By Genre: Drama

Analyzing Women’s Strength in Fiction: Emotional Strength in Webtoons

Honorable Mention: Adora, Winter Woods 1. Seonga Yoon, Dr. Frost: Subcategory: mental. Link: Dr. Frost To work in psychology, you have to have brains, an understanding of human nature, and tough skin. While Seonga may not have all those traits at the beginning of the series, she develops them as time goes on, all while retaining … Continue reading Analyzing Women’s Strength in Fiction: Emotional Strength in Webtoons

My Webtoon Recommendations by Genre

As I looked over my old lists, I realized something vey important; typically, I recommend books, TV shows, anime, and movies by genre. But I haven't done that with Webtoons. So, to rectify my mistake, here are some great starter Webtoons from each genre! (Note, I'm only doing featured Webtoons. If I did discover Webtoons, … Continue reading My Webtoon Recommendations by Genre

Matching Webtoons and Fandoms…

Hi! I have finally made my first Webtoon article, rather than a list. This is  an idea that Icebreaker694 gave me. Please check out their blog; if you like books and fandoms, you'll love it! This article matches Webtoons to fandoms.  Basically, if you find any of your fandoms on this list, there's a Webtoon suggestion … Continue reading Matching Webtoons and Fandoms…

“What Cats Do” book tag (original)

So... I have created another tag...haha. This time, it's just for books and written media [comics, manga, Webtoons] and the questions are all based on things cats do and things cat owners experience. Before this tag starts, I'd like you to appreciate my cats for a moment: I will probably do another variation on this … Continue reading “What Cats Do” book tag (original)

 My Top Ten Webtoon Antagonists

If the title didn't clue you in, today I'm going to talk about the antagonists in Webtoons. Not just the villains, the antagonists. The people who are against our main characters. Yes, often enough they are villains, but sometimes they're anti-heroes, or simply sympathetic in some form.  Let's start with some honorable mentions: Arlo, unOrdinary  … Continue reading  My Top Ten Webtoon Antagonists