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
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
Yesterday, I had a weird lack of motivation to do any blogging. It was a weird funk, and I forced myself to snap out of it by making a Top Ten List. So And for the first theme, I'm going to cheat and choose my current favorite ending theme, because it's an ending I prefer … Continue reading My Top 9 Anime Opening Themes+ 1 Ending Theme
Hey guys! Just letting you know I updated my review on Tokyo Ghoul. I added more imagery, and I also edited some of my old opinions and writing style, as it has changed since February. Here's the link: Anime Review: Tokyo Ghoul I hope you like my new and improved review!
Thank you Nadwa and Icebreaker for tagging me for this rather challenging tag! I don't listen to a lot of albums, so...yeah. The struggle was real! And I know I have been doing a lot of tags and awards lately, but trust me, just one more, and then I'll have a normal post! The Rules: Link back to my … Continue reading Desert Island Discs Blog Tag
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
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