Lists of recommended anime these days fall on the pillar of genre basis. It’s the best fundamental way to point new fans in the right direction but makes me wonder if people look for recommendations not for genre alone.
Some people care about there birthdays or they don’t. I care about this one from personal level as a fan of anime, so here we are inspiration thanks. haha
I’ve never had a real life friend request me to write a particular post, I feel kind of honoured. Honestly I don’t know how it ended up geared towards anime men with shark teeth, my friend might have a fetish for them. But.. they are pretty though.
Us aussie’s celebrate Fathers day later in the year so might be weird seeing this post. Already I thought a post dedicated to this day I had done, turns out not. Today is a day to celebrate the dads!!
Every anime fan needs their daily anime fix in some shape or form. Whether watching single episode or pinning yaoi hotness over pinterest boards (that’s not me no..). I wanted to share how I squeeze in my anime fix.
Finishing To The Abandoned Sacred Beasts recently sparked the idea to look at characters having split personality or entity inside themselves. They cannot control, the suffering of their existence or how they deal on a daily basis with.
It’s a crappy time right now and I’d be lying if my blogging hadn’t been affected, it has a little. But when inspiration comes along like this, you go with the flow.
I like saving these 3 reasons posts for series that I feel deserve the spotlight. Definitely had to pick one for Mecha march, of course. *Readers see it’s Gundam coverage* I see you all about to click off but just hold up here.
Mecha genre is overwhelming, let’s blame Gundam for that one. Newcomers don’t know where to start? So this read will be for you with three series that are an easy breeze introduction to the world of robots.
Watching anime for so long I’ve noticed a lot more details that matter than they did at beginning.