I went into Yasuke a bit weary but excited. I liked the last Netflix Original, DOTA: Blood of the Dragon despite its flaws, and was hoping Yasuke would have at the very least the same level of quality. Unfortunately, instead of the Champloo inspired thrill ride I was hoping for, I instead got a frustratingly mediocre fantasy action show that fails to make use of … Continue reading Yasuke (2021) Review – A Mediocre Story About A Really Cool Dude
Hey, it’s been a hot minute, but with the way 2020 is, me being self aware about hiatuses have practically become a part of this blog’s identity. In any case, I’m still reading tons of manga, constantly putting off Stein;s Gate, and now, I want to talk about one harem manga where every girl in the harem is best girl. Because they’re all the same … Continue reading Pseudo Review of Pseudo Harem – A Harem With A Twist!
What’s up guys, I’m back, and I did promise I’d post some anime stuff again. I just received my Nendoroid Tsuyu Asui and she’s just adorable. If you’re on the fence about getting her, why don’t you give my quick review a watch. I hope you enjoy my video. Here’s a pure smile reward for watching me gush about Froppy. Continue reading My Hero Academia – Nendoroid Tsuyu Asui (Froppy) Review!
Okay, hear me out. First of all, I have a mixed opinion of Big Hero 6. I liked it a LOT, and Baymax is one of the most adorable characters to come out in recent memory, but the story itself wasn’t that good, in my opinion. It was a pretty typical movie that got carried hard by it’s stellar character design and interesting setting of … Continue reading Netflix Movie Review – Next Gen Is Just Better Big Hero 6
As somebody who can never pin down what genre I’m a fan of, the one constant that I have noticed about my preference in storytelling is this: I love bittersweet storytelling. In fact, bittersweet anything is my jam. My favorite kind of chocolate is dark chocolate. Lemonade is better than orange juice. Happy endings are for naive optimists, and sad endings are for bitter cynics. … Continue reading [Review] Rascal Does Not Dream Of Bunny Girl Senpai – Oregairu and Clannad’s Love Child
Horror has a lot of layers, and nobody’s better at peeling those layers away than Junji Ito. In honestly my favorite story this month so far , let’s talk about Layers of Fear (no relation to the horror video game of the same name). Trigger warnings for some REAL bad body horror. Now NORMALLY, I would talk about the story first then share my thoughts … Continue reading Junji Ito Month: Layers of Fear
I hope you aren’t reading this in a blanket, because today’s story is all about how bad not getting out of it can get. The premise of this story is quite simple. A man, after eloping with his girlfriend, suddenly refuses to leave his futon in fear of the “demons.” His girlfriend has to take care of his every need, up to changing his diapers … Continue reading Junji Ito Month – Futon
Junji Ito month continues! Let’s not waste any time and just get straight to our next story: I haven’t bothered to post any trigger warnings before this story, but the topic is a bit too sensitive to leave without it, so TRIGGER WARNINGS if you are uncomfortable with talking about suicide. Suicide pacts are, unfortunately, a real thing that happens in Japan. As early as … Continue reading Junji Ito Month – Group Suicide
Everyday, I will be reviewing a Junji Ito story. I’ve read quite a lot of his works already, and by October 31, I’ll culminate it with my top 5 favorite Junji Ito stories. I’m giving LOTS of thanks to the Junji Ito Manga Index for making my job easier! I won’t be doing things in any particular order, and there is no way I’m reviewing … Continue reading Junji Ito Month – Human Chair
[Lazy repost, I’m watching Weathering With You tomorrow so I thought hey, let’s just post a review of a different romantic anime movie you recently saw. Expect the review for Weathering With You by Makoto Shinkai next week!] Well, I guess it’s Chuuni week in this blog, because after watching how terrible chuunis can be in “When Supernatural Battles Become Commonplace”, I decided to remind … Continue reading Chuunibyou: Take on Me Movie Review