The students of Class E have their work cut out for them in Assassination Classroom. But with so many students, who are my favourites? Here's my ranking of the students of Class E.
I've never really hidden the fact that I'm not a big fan of the beach. Whether it is the gritty sand, the salty/fishy smell, or just the sun and heat, there's not a lot of appeal for me. Likewise, I find beach episodes in anime largely pretty pointless so it is always pleasant to come across an episode set on the beach that doesn't feel like complete filler. Here are my top 5 anime beach episodes that don't feel like a colossal waste of time.
Previously I've covered the female red-heads f the anime world but there are definitely some red-haired guys who deserve some love. Going to be honest, for those of you who have been following my blog you probably already have a pretty good idea who the number one is going to be on this list. As this is a conversation starter and not a definitive list with scored attributes, please share your views on who should have been on the list below.
Assassination Classroom has an odd premise of an octopus looking creature becoming a teacher and the students being recruited by the government to assassinate him before the end of the school year or the world will end. It's bizarre and yet leads us into a story with quite a bit of heart. Check out my review of season 1 and 2.
While many an anime character has inspired me, it is worth noting that a lot of anime characters have super powers, or magic, or destiny, or some other force working for them, which makes their actions a little less applicable to the everyday life that most of us lead. This list is to the heroes … Continue reading Tuesday’s Top 5: Ordinary Anime Characters Who Inspire
Before getting into this list, I will point out that one of the most annoying things in stories than an anime character who the audience is told is smart who then acts like a complete air-head for the entire run-time. I get that some characters are smart in one specific skill and therefore have issues … Continue reading Tuesday’s Top 5: Smart Anime Characters
As the year draws to a close I figured it was time for a little bit of reflection so my count down this week isn't one of anime characters or shows but rather the 5 posts that caught my reader's attention over the year (working purely on views and not on engagement or actual quality … Continue reading Tuesday’s Top 5: Blog Posts in 2017
I'm sure all anime fans have a favourite series out there that they enjoy just because it hits them hard every time they watch it. That show, and that moment, that has you breaking down into tears. It isn't a feeling I seek out all that often but every now and then it is exactly … Continue reading Tuesday’s Top 5: Anime That Make Me Cry
I decided to think about all the good anime sequels out there for a top 5 list. This is my opinion and I've chosen sequels that I felt added something actually necessary to a story but were entertaining in their own right. I'd love to know what some of your favourite sequels are.
One of the things most of us remember about an anime series is the opening theme. Whether we loved it or hated it, listened to it every time, or reached for the remote (mouse) to hit the skip. Opening themes set the tone for the entire viewing experience and yet it is another element I … Continue reading Tuesday’s Top 5: Opening Themes in 2016