First of all, I believe in signs.
This is actually something I’ve been mulling over ever since I started this blog. How do you rate an anime a perfect score of ten? Initially, I used the rating scale of 10 as a way to just put the anime in a simple perspective, since my reviews are ridiculously long. Overtime though, I do believe there should be some criteria to efficiently score an anime. Of course, everyone’s rating scale is different and their considerations are also different because reviews are very subjective. The factors affecting your rating reflect how the individual experienced the anime. I am a massive story slut, but I know others aren’t. I could tell you that I love Mouryou no Hako to death, but I also know a lot of people doesn’t like it. It does beg the question though, how do you consider a perfect anime when the very idea of critiquing anime is very biased? I spent four years answering this question, and I have no answer for it. I do want to share my thoughts on what makes an anime perfect though, in my own biased way. Let’s read on.
Another year down.
The Girl in Summer Shorts will be The Pantless Anime Blogger’s mascot. I figured that I no longer have cool pictures of Mix (from Aquarion Evol, my fave character in terms of design) and I needed to give this blog a new face. I wanted someone that could represent this anime review site but also my love for Mix. I color pick Mix’s color scheme and then created a little girl character out of her design. Instead of ribbons placed all over her body, I created a girl with freaking shorts on her head. The creative process took five months.
The Pantless Anime Blogger has hit one million views.