Burden Of One’s Self And A Hand That Reached Out

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Remember those special episode coverages that were coming well were beginning with Fall 2017 The Ancient Magus Bride. 

*Minor Spoilers*

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Listening To Your Own Judgement – Anime Hype


The following image perfectly to me shows the situation of getting hyped for a show. By popularity and other opinions but then your left disappointed. Hype is a hit or miss indeed. Or is it? Does it really matter to an extend?

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Kenshin’s Divided Conviction- March Owls Blog Tour

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If you’ve clicked here dare say you were sent over by owls member Shay, Jolly good. It’s the start of my group Owls  Otaku Warriors For Liberty and Self Respect blog tour for March. Our group spreads the message of acceptance in all forms through our in depth analysis through anime. Make sure to go check out our February blog tour on the theme of “Flight” relating to Yuri On Ice Click here for all the posts from my fellow members.

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How My Anime Tastes Have Evolved

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When your new to the anime world you think the first few anime’s you watch will be your favorites for life, you’ll build up a concept of wanting to not check out other shows. I’m sure for others including myself, we’ve all gone through this stage. I’m glad I am finally getting around writing this reflection piece on where my anime tastes lie now and have evolved.
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More Than It Seems | Vision Of Escaflowne

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Anime: The Vision Of Escaflowne
Published: 1996
Genre: Romance, Fantasy, Mecha
Producer: Sunrise
Episodes: 26

 The vision of Escaflowne story surrounds normal high schooler Hitomi. While doing a trial run, a beam of light appears, a dragon and she meets Van a wannabe king. After slaying the dragon Hitomi and Van are transported to the world of Gaea. Hitomi is caught between conflicts between the Zaibach empire and smaller nation countries. Hitomi discovers she has latent physics abilities which play a huge roll in her journey with Van and other people she meets along the way.

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Anime Victims Of Sacrifice

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*WARNING POST CONTAINS SPOILERS READ AT OWN DISCRETION*

Last year I was nominated for award called “Free Spirit Award” which Unotaku and Marvelous Mismatched, created this award together.

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Anime Characters That I Relate Too

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I’ve still not seen K-on.

The thing I love about anime is how most of the variety of shows out there, you’ll find yourself relating to many shows. A big part I feel when it comes to anime finding yourself relating to many characters so many, too many infact. It’s impossible to not get attached to any that end becoming special to you. After the recent podcast episode I did with my co host Shay ,I wanted to write up this post talking about anime characters I’ve felt so related to. All this relation comes from different aspects in my life, from personal experiences and attributes about myself, is why all these characters I’ll be talking about are a little bit extra special.

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Anime Movie Collab Ft. Grimm Girl


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Here is my second collaboration I did with Kat from Grimm Girl, you can read my collab part by clicking here. 


 

Hello old friends and new friends! I’m excited to do my first collaboration post with Lita Kino. I got on touch with her on Twitter when she reached out to bloggers expressing her desire to work with other bloggers on some posts. This was a lot of fun and a great way to gain exposure to anime that I may not have tried without some encouraging from a friend.

I’m a total novice so Lita suggested that we each recommend an anime to each other and do a review. We settled on anime movies and I suggested My Neighbor Totoro for her to watch (one of my favorites) and she suggested I check out Children Who Chase Lost Voices a Makoto Shinkai film that was released in 2011.
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