Why Humanity Makes Everything A Waifu

I’ve noticed Princess Bowser getting BIG on the web-o-sphere, and so I used this as an excuse to talk about why the internet makes waifus out of everything. Note: All art used in this article belongs to their respective artists, and their signatures are all there for you find. Okay, so for context, this started when Nintendo announced a new item in the upcoming Mario … Continue reading Why Humanity Makes Everything A Waifu

Why Niche Manga Have A Hard Time Getting Adaptations

Why doesn’t every manga get an adaptation? After I reviewed Oyasumi Punpun, an amazingly dark and brutal coming-of-age manga about a lonely boy in growing up in modern-day Japan, I had a conversation with Irina from the Drunk Anime Blog on one of her posts about how it could have been adapted into an anime. We threw ideas around, studios that could do it, and … Continue reading Why Niche Manga Have A Hard Time Getting Adaptations

Revelry in the Dark – The Refined Edginess of My Hero Academia

My Hero Academia pays homage to all the different flavors of edge in media and pop culture, from the stoic badasses of manga, to the dark and brutal comic book heroes of the 90s, to the rash and loud shounen protagonists of the early 2000s, there are plenty of things to talk about. In this context, edge is what I use to refer to what … Continue reading Revelry in the Dark – The Refined Edginess of My Hero Academia