12 Days of Anime Characters – Akari Kawamoto

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Then on the 9th Day of Anime I turned my attention to someone who is warmth personified. Welcome Akari Kawamoto. We love you.

Captain Earth Series Review: Earth is Doomed and As Usual Only a Group of Teens (And Robots) Can Save Us

This is part of a series of re-posts of older reviews on 100 Word Anime. The original review came out in July 2016 and can be found here. Another post that originally I did in a plus/minus format and I'm going to try and untangle that a bit. This is an interesting series in that it … Continue reading Captain Earth Series Review: Earth is Doomed and As Usual Only a Group of Teens (And Robots) Can Save Us

OWLS Blog Tour: The Small Words That Make All The Difference

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It's another OWLS post and this time I am exploring the theme of Mentors. OWLS  are a group of otaku bloggers who promotes acceptance of all individuals regardless of race, gender, sexual orientation, religion and disability. OWLS emphasise the importance of respect, kindness, and tolerance to every human being. Each month, OWLS will look at … Continue reading OWLS Blog Tour: The Small Words That Make All The Difference

March Comes in Like a Lion Episode 27: Emotional Ripples

Review: Where last week hit its tone and remained consistent throughout, breaking the audiences' hearts over and over again, this week is far less consistent and yet not any worse for it. Instead of focusing on Hina through both Rei's and her own narration, this week we barely see Hina save for the end. Rather, … Continue reading March Comes in Like a Lion Episode 27: Emotional Ripples

Captain Earth Series Review

Overview: Captain Earth follows typical teenager Daichi (who had an astronaut for a father who saved the world, so typical) and his attempts to save the world from the same threat that his father kind of delayed. There are some other kids involved because all of the adults are useless and can only sit and wring … Continue reading Captain Earth Series Review