This week I'm looking at the second Prince of Clarines, Zen Wisteria. If there is any one word to sum up Zen it would be respectful.
I'm no stranger to rewatching shows. Even when I was a little kid, I would play VHS's literally to death. I'd watch my favourite shows and movies time after time, getting to the end of the video and instantly hitting rewind and beginning all over again. Once DVD's became a thing there were many titles … Continue reading Friday’s Feature: The Value Of Rewatches
There's something about growing up on a heavy dose of fairy tales and fantasy that leaves me with this ridiculous urge to still fantasise about the prince riding up on his noble steed and sweeping me off my feet, despite the fact that if common-sense hadn't knocked that notion out of me, Shrek really should have. And yet, I can't help but feel my heart do a little skip when we're introduced to an anime prince who looks like they might be the hero I was holding out for.
Overview: Shirayuki lives in the kingdom of Tanbarun as a herbalist until one day the Prince (having heard of her unusual hair colour) orders her to become his concubine. Rather than accepting that fate, she cuts off her hair (in a somehow perfectly straight line) and crosses the border into the Kingdom of Clarines. There … Continue reading Snow White with the Red Hair Season 1 Series Review
There are moments in life when you definitely feel down. I originally wrote this post when I just felt like everything around me was falling apart and I didn't really know how to hold things together. The stress was overwhelming and I felt sick each morning when I woke up. Then as the day wore … Continue reading Friday’s Feature: Finding Joy and Inspiration In Watching Anime Characters Succeed
I've mentioned before that I am a huge fan of Joss Whedon's work. As a teenager in the 90's it was more or less impossible not to get on-board the Buffy bandwagon, and it was such a great bandwagon to be on. A female character who was reasonably attractive, had street smarts (though struggled at … Continue reading Friday’s Feature: Strong Female Character?
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