Two years is the last time I watched an Isekai series. Genre itself has always appealed to me but in that whole two years nothing jumped out at me till the rise of a Isekai that’s breaking typical standards.
For the longest time, I’ve been looking to recommend a mech series to non fans of the genre. That is not heavily complex terms of plot, isn’t all solely fighting and not all sad. Finally…. I have found it.!!
Woho Guess who is back off hiatus? some crazy blogger girl who wants to be Sailor Jupiter in real life. What better way to come back with my entry for this July’s tour focus on “Mentor”. I have the best one of a kind mentor right here ?!?
It’s good to revisit your old roots and during this week myself has been on a Inuyasha binge fest. What better way to finally talk about this series than give you insight or interest to give this feudal tale a go?
Anime:Toaru Hikuushi e no Koiuta Published: 2014 Genre: Adventure, Romance Producer:TMS Entertainment Episodes: 13
Kal-el former prince of Balsteros Empire, whom lost his parents in the Wind revolution. His family condemned but Kal-el was adopted. Having an interest in flying Kal-el joins an aerial division to become a pilot, where floating island Isla is searching for “end of the sky” a ancient legend. In the process falls in love with Claire and the two becoming intertwined”
Anime: Yona Of The Dawn Published:2014 Genre:Shoujo, Fantasy Producer: Pierrot Episodes: 24
This is the second review as part of my 300 followers special if anyone didn’t know people had to pick from 20 anime, the five with most votes I would watch and review. One of your choices was long overdue for me to see the kick ass Yona Of The Dawn.
Fairytail was the only main stream anime I ever got into, Naruto, Bleach they didn’t leave me the impression to continue watching. I was introduced to fairytail by a friend, watching the first five episodes I couldn’t get into it at first. You think by then you shouldn’t continue but through the main cast Erza, Natsu, Lucy and Gray I became in invested after that. If you have never seen Fairy tail for yourself, then I’ll give you my 3 reasons to give it a go and why I love it so much.
Introducing anime to non anime fans for the first time is one of the most periling things I find in this hobby. You can search up in google all these millions of lists “Beginners guide to anime” “Non anime fans beginner lists”, all these lists based on other people’s opinions, of what anime’s would be the best picks to introduce to non anime fans. The majority of lists I read have only have all the of the most popular anime out there, Cowboy bepop, Full metal alchemist. I agree with suggesting some of those popular titles as they are a lot of anime fans gateway into anime themselves but lists like this is not giving non anime people, the full scope of what anime has to offer. Continue reading “Lita’s Beginners Anime Recommendations”→