Friday Funsies: Action Figure Photography Practice (And Sorta Face Reveal, lol)

Busy watching shows again so I don’t have a lot going this week, but I wanted to give you guys a little something for Friday. My multimedia project was to do some interesting stuff with photography. Seeing as I have some action figures that sorely needed dusting, me and my brother went out to take some pictures with them and I wanted to show it … Continue reading Friday Funsies: Action Figure Photography Practice (And Sorta Face Reveal, lol)

Winter 2019 Week 1 – A Battle of Hearts, Minds and Psychic Powers

What a GREAT start to the season! These are some very faithful adaptations and I’m excited to talk about them! Kaguya-sama: Love Is War – Episode 1 Review First episode is a strong one! I was concerned about A-1 being at the helm for this one since they’ve been stretching themselves thin as of late, as proven by Wotakoi’s animation troubles in some episodes, but … Continue reading Winter 2019 Week 1 – A Battle of Hearts, Minds and Psychic Powers

Mort by Terry Pratchet – The Sillier Side Of Death (And The Not-So-Silly Parts Too)

Trying something new this year by extending my reach past just anime, and into another old flame of mine: reading books! Discworld is one of those series that you hear every fantasy author point at as their inspiration,specifically fantasies with a focus on world-building and endless amounts of snark. I’ve never personally read it as a child because it was way too “British” for me. … Continue reading Mort by Terry Pratchet – The Sillier Side Of Death (And The Not-So-Silly Parts Too)

Lumi’s First Ever 2019 Blogpost (Happy New Year, Anibloggers!)

Has it really been 10 months since I started blogging? Been a hell of a long year, and I just wanted to look back on some of the memorable events and milestones in my blog, and in the anime world, in the yesteryear of 2018. This is the one time of the year I can feel proud about something, so bear with me as I … Continue reading Lumi’s First Ever 2019 Blogpost (Happy New Year, Anibloggers!)

A Lazy List of My 3 Favorite Christmas Episodes

I’m here to remind you guys that yes, I am alive and kicking, but am actually on a mini hiatus until the start of next year. I’ll be making posts if and when I can, but for now, here’s a quick list of my 3 favorite Christmas episodes to watch today! This list is in no particular order, as I love them all equally. Trigger … Continue reading A Lazy List of My 3 Favorite Christmas Episodes

Zombieland Saga Ep. 9-12 Review – The Fear of Failure (FINAL)

With the final episode of Zombieland Saga, I guess it’s time for me to share my final thoughts on it, but first, I’ll talk about the 9th episode, which is the only episode not part of Sakura’s final character arc I haven’t seen yet. Episode 9 The Saki Episode finally deals with what I wanted the series to get more into, which is showing how … Continue reading Zombieland Saga Ep. 9-12 Review – The Fear of Failure (FINAL)

Do Characters Really Need “Growth” To Be Good Characters?

Last year, as I was looking at the criticisms thrown at the anime adaptation of Watamote by its critics, I noticed that a common one was that Tomoko, our main character, never grows as a person or changes by the end of the story, and therefore, she’s a bad character. Unbiased I say to you, and not just because I have a writeup detailing exactly … Continue reading Do Characters Really Need “Growth” To Be Good Characters?

The Game Awards 2018 – The Hypest Announcements!

The Game Awards 2018 just concluded today, and there’s a lot for us to unpack, but first, I want to get the new game announcements out of the way. At least, the ones that I am personally excited for. Then onto the awards that I actually care about, because I actually didn’t play every game this year, to nobody’s surprise. We Didn’t See It Coming … Continue reading The Game Awards 2018 – The Hypest Announcements!

The KyoAni Formula (And Why It Works)

Kyoto Animation is an industry giant, and for very good reason. Every single show that they make in a year is looked forward to by millions of anime fans, and even their shows with the most mediocre of writing are salvaged by the ungodly amounts of eye candy put into every episode.

However, I did notice something on my recent binge of KyoAni shows, and that’s the fact that they all start almost the exact same way. Today, we’ll be breaking down that formula! Continue reading The KyoAni Formula (And Why It Works)