Kyon’s Choice And Why I Think It Was The Wrong One

I just watched The Disappearance of Haruhi Suzumiya, and while I want to talk about the rest of the movie, I REALLY want to talk about this part of the movie more than anything else. So it comes without asking that there will be SPOILERS for this movie, so beware. . . . . . . . . . . . . . Okay, if … Continue reading Kyon’s Choice And Why I Think It Was The Wrong One

How Watamote Shifted From A Loner Comedy to A Character Ensemble!

This will be a spoiler-free post. Watamote was, in my opinion, a really underrated show. Seeing as it never got a season 2, I ended up picking up the manga to continue where the anime left off, and I was rather pleasantly surprised at the development of the plot. It ended up going in a direction I never expected from a story of it’s type, … Continue reading How Watamote Shifted From A Loner Comedy to A Character Ensemble!

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

All Might Is The Best Written “Hero of The Hero” Character In Anime, And Here’s Why!

I’m only a scrubby anime watcher, so forgive me if some of these points are challenged in the manga. We all know the one. The mentor. The ace. The guy that’s probably going to die, be retired soon, or just up and leave, without so much as a goodbye. The Zack to your Cloud, The Minato to your Naruto, The Isshin to your Ichigo, you … Continue reading All Might Is The Best Written “Hero of The Hero” Character In Anime, And Here’s Why!