Everyone know anime characters like to pose but what are the top 5 anime character poses? These are my pick
After watching 9 episodes of I've Been Killing Slimes for 300 Years and Maxed Out My Level, I've kind of concluded there's way too many characters in this show. So here's my ranking of the best to worst of the anime girls here. Who would you pick to stay or go in the Slime 300 anime?
Post Sponsored by Lynn Sheridan. I've so far enjoyed I've Been Killing Slimes for 300 Years and Maxed Out My Level but I couldn't help but wonder about the choice to just skip over 300 years of potential character development. So I decided to think about it a bit more and now I'm wondering would Azusa have been more interesting if we'd seen it?
I realised I'd completed a list a while back of creepy monstrous creatures in anime but I'd never celebrated all the adorable monsters out there. It is time to correct that oversight with my list of 5 anime that contain cute monster characters.
Post Sponsored by Crow. Anyone who has been reading my episode reviews of previous reviews of season 1 and 2 of Fruits Basket will know I am absolutely in love with the series. But more than the story, what I'm in love with are these characters. So now, as we are being drawn into season 3, it seems like a good moment to think about how these characters managed to become so important to me.
I will admit I am partial to male characters with gorgeous long hair so making this list was a definite joy. That said, I always enjoy finding a new long haired beauty to admire so feel free to suggest your favourites in the comments.
This week we are counting down the top 5 anime characters with wings. Be sure to come along and share your favourites.
I often wonder if some anime plots would work if forced to stand on their own. So would Bofuri with its super cute set-up work if the protagonist wasn't a cute female character.
You've watched an anime that you mostly enjoyed but you know one or more of the characters have behaved in a way that has gained some criticism. Do you still tell people you enjoyed the anime or do you censor your own enjoyment in order to avoid criticism of being called 'degenerate' for enjoying the story? This is a real issue for anime fans on the internet and I'd love to know your story. So, is it okay to enjoy an anime when the characters act questionably?
Shiki is one of those horror anime I return to again and again. Those who aren't the biggest fans of slow and suspenseful stories that ultimately go full blood bath are unlikely to find much here of interest, but for fans of the horror genre and vampire stories, there's a lot to appreciate. Read the full review. First published May 2016.