This is review number four hundred and twenty one. This anime is part of the Spring 2006 lineup. It’s called Nana, and it’s a forty seven episode anime about a bunch of people having a lot of casual sex. Yeah, this took me a while to finish. Let’s read on.
I forgot to publish this, lol. It was sitting around in my laptop all this time. March has come and gone, and April is almost over. Hey, it’s the perfect time for a wrap up. March is a pretty decent month, I guess. The Winter Games came to a close, and I reviewed two anime. I burned out hard, lol. Hpopefull the rest of April will be more productive. Now, onto the best moments!!! Continue reading
Another week has passed, and it’s now time for T[a]LK! This is a weekly collab between TPAB, Leap and Keiko sprawled all over our blog. In my section of the woods, we discuss My Hero Academia. The second episode features cosplay and my ability to not remember names. Let’s read on. Continue reading
Finding more good reasons to watch episodic shows, and slowly avoid doing reviews, I enter the Spring 2018 lineup with another collaboration effort. This time there are three of us, and my fellow bloggers chose awful shows! Let’s read on. Continue reading
I saw Jenn’s list of great openings from meh shows, and I’m stealing the idea. This is my top ten great openings from AWFUL shows. There are a lot of horrible anime with amazing OP sequences or catchy songs, and I’ve come across them quite a lot. When you review all the anime in a lineup, you often get a lot of turds in that basket. Continue reading
The Winter Games 2018 has come to a close. For the final part of this gigantic and unnecessarily ambitious collaboration project, the participants will share their thoughts on the experience. Let’s read on. Continue reading
It’s the end of the month, and it’s time for tea once again. For this month, I invited Ameithyst from Treasure Box for some tea. She talks about a lot of Japanese live action movies and series over at her blog. Since she’s knowledgeable on the topic, I figured I’d ask for her favorite movie. I have zero experience with anything live action, so I think this tea time collab is a good place to start as well. Ameithyst chose Wood Job – The Easy Life in Kamusari for her pick. It’s a 2014 movie about forestry, for the most part. Let’s read on. Continue reading