Girls Last Tour x Hatsune Miku – The Unexpectedly Depressing Crossover You Never Knew Existed

Hi, with the world practically on it’s way to an early end, I thought of re-reading one of my favorite post-apocalyptic manga of all time, Girls’ Last Tour. While browsing, I found this crossover I never knew was a thing and it’s beautiful. Girls’ Last Tour “episodes” are all independent of each other, and this is no different. This particular crossover focuses on Yuu and … Continue reading Girls Last Tour x Hatsune Miku – The Unexpectedly Depressing Crossover You Never Knew Existed

Spooktober Horror: Alice

Way back when I was a lad, I had aspirations of being a creative story writer. It was only until after high school that I realized creative writing is REALLY hard, and I’ve kind of chilled out on it. However, I like going back and reading my stories, awful they may be. Recently, I started writing again, and one of my more successful stories is … Continue reading Spooktober Horror: Alice

Spooktober Poetry: The Siren by Lumi (Rewrite)

[Repost again, only this time I did a lot of rewriting to make the poem flow better] Hi, I suddenly felt creative today, and made a poem. After reading so much depressing manga over the last few months,I wanted to try my hand at creative writing again after being away from it for so long. A major influence on this was March Comes In Like … Continue reading Spooktober Poetry: The Siren by Lumi (Rewrite)

Spooktober: SCP-████ – “Oversimplified SCP”

A review of Oversimplified SCP written in the style of an SCP document. Expect a lot of [REDACTED] Continue reading Spooktober: SCP-████ – “Oversimplified SCP”

Spooktober: The Existential Horror Of Garfield

“Hey, this isn’t anime!”, I hear some of you exclaim. Well, too bad for you, because Garfield is a manga as per Japan’s definition, so it counts! Garfield is a famous comic strip that started in 1978 about a cat who hates Mondays and loves lasagna, and his interactions with his owner, Jon Arbuckle. Garfield Minus Garfield is the exact same thing, except, you guessed … Continue reading Spooktober: The Existential Horror Of Garfield

The Amateur Pixel Art I Made While Bored Over Summer Last Year

Hi, The Luminous Mongoose here, and I’m swamped by all the shows lately, so no anime analysis post for today, but I didn’t wanna leave the blog empty until I decide on a more straightforward schedule. With that said, I want to share with you guys some of my old pixel art. I was really into it for quite a while, but then other real … Continue reading The Amateur Pixel Art I Made While Bored Over Summer Last Year

Fighting Game Friday: Filipinos Represent!

Today, I want to talk about the impact that fighting games has had here in the Philippines and the representation we have as a result of that love for fighting games. Fighting games are one of the most popular genres in my country. There isn’t a single PS2 that doesn’t have Tekken 5, and not a single millennial who hasn’t at least played it once … Continue reading Fighting Game Friday: Filipinos Represent!

Spooktober: The Siren – A Poem By Lumi

[Repost again, only this time I did a lot of rewriting to make the poem flow better] Hi, I suddenly felt creative today, and made a poem. After reading so much depressing manga over the last few months,I wanted to try my hand at creative writing again after being away from it for so long. A major influence on this was March Comes In Like … Continue reading Spooktober: The Siren – A Poem By Lumi

Zombieland Saga Ep. 7 and Ep. 8 Review – Shock and “Aww”

Zombieland Saga still continues to be a fun ride, and we even get some feels at no extra charge! Episode 7 was basically the end of the whole angst arc as they finally face their fears and doubts head-on through their performance. Literally, as lightning strikes twice and ACTUAL lightning once again hits Ai-chan and the idols, but this time, it is not trauma it … Continue reading Zombieland Saga Ep. 7 and Ep. 8 Review – Shock and “Aww”

K/DA’s Animated Music Video Is Fire!

Let me be clear. I don’t play League of Legends, and I only passively listen to K-Pop when my sister listens to it. I have no idea what the context behind this is. With that said, oh my god, this music video by K/DA is really, really good if you are even remotely fascinated by animation or striking visuals. You could have no idea what … Continue reading K/DA’s Animated Music Video Is Fire!