Will anime ever run out of ideas? I’m sure this question has come across your mind at some point. I’m sure people have felt certain anime plots have become exhausted over the years, in sports series the underdog reaching his dream, misconceptionS that occur in love triangles, novice heroes becoming real heroes through trials. It’s happening on the repeat, being diverse is getting harder as newer anime is pouring out like a waterfall, keeps falling down into our laps for you to ask yourself. What plot ideas/genres has anime not covered yet?
How many blog posts or videos on youtube of the topic “Has Anime Lost It’s Spark or dying” have you seen? I’ve read and watched a whole bunch, wanting to know people’s different opinions.
Most recently the idea of finally coming to write this post was sparked from a Podcast OtakuATeam. Answering the question from a fan listening to each of the hosts opinions somehow made me think about what I thought on the whole matter.
When it comes to the darker tones of anime, my interest lies a lot in Vampire more than psychological or horror series. My interest in vampire began with Buffy the Vampire Slayer from when I was 12 or 13 and when as I got into anime a lot more discovering there were vampire series in anime was very exciting.
Chise has been shunned all of her life, even from her own family, all she has known is hard ship. She’s sees of what others could never imagine, all her misfortune changes when she meets Magnus a sorcerer. He gives her a chance to be free from her captive cage but must become his apprentice and WIFE !!
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.
Sakamoto Ryouta unemployed, lives wit his mother is obsessed with playing an online combat game called Btooom. His life is changed when he wakes up on this mysterious island, he has no clue how he got there or where he is. After encountering someone he called out for help, trying to kill him, Sakamoto realizes everything was happens like in the Btoom game. Now he must survive this real life Btooom game and figure out how he ended up there.
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”→
Time for me to cover some underrated, not talked about series out there. I’ll be covering various series you may have never heard of and give you a reason to check it out. To kick of my new review idea, I wanted to started off with a series that made me forget how much I love skating, Airgear.