Ignoring the hyperbole in the title, blogging is a hard gig with a million things to do and any change becomes a massive challenge. With wordpress trialling their new editor, a new mountain has appeared. And while at the moment you have the option to just ignore it, looming ominously in the distance, ultimately the only way to know whether it is actually going to be that much of a problem is to actually get in there and give it a go. So that's what I've done for nearly two weeks and while I know they are still working on features and things, these are my current thoughts on it.
Run With The Wind Episode 9 Review: Haiji's attempts to teach Kakeru about teamwork and the fun of running even while we get some new drama injected into our sports drama story.
Conception Episode 8 Review: The last two star maidens fall under Itsuki's gaze as we get a cheap knock off of The Bachelor and then a final twist thrown in for the sake of extending the story given we're already out of actual subject matter at episode 8.
Volume 5 of Natsume's Book of Friends gives us a wide variety of characters and stories and really does look at the influence of the past on the present. We also meet Taki in a double chapter story that is as superb to read as it was to watch. It feels like a lot of … Continue reading Natsume’s Book of Friends Volume 5 Manga Review: Friends Past and Present
Voice of Fox Episode 7 Review: We're maxing out on melodrama and cliff-hanger endings and yet the build up has been enough that this show can handle it. The question is, can it stick the landing?
This is part of a series of re-posts of older reviews on 100 Word Anime. The original review came out in August 2016 and can be found here. I first watched Erased when it aired and it was an anime everyone was talking about. Being apart of the conversation was fantastic particularly as it was a … Continue reading Erased Series Review: Weak Mystery, Great Character Drama
Arthifis and Karandi join forces to discuss the latest episodes of Dakaichi. This post covers the events up to episode 8 and we're pleased to dive back into the relationship between Junta and Takato, slightly less pleased to discuss Ayagi.