Sunday Without God Series Review: When Moe Meets Life and Death

While at first it seems Ai is just another overly cute anime protagonist who is going to save the world with peppiness, there are a lot of dark undertones to the world in Sunday Without God and the plot never shies away from dealing with these. And Ai, to her credit, tackles most obstacles head on with very little denial of reality of insistence that something isn't right. She works to overcome things on her own.

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Tuesday’s Top 5: Male Anime Characters With Pink Hair

It's been awhile since I've done a colour list and I actually struggled a bit with 5 males I liked with pink hair. The female list which will come out next week was definitely easier to come up with. That said, there are some interesting characters on the list below and as always I'd love … Continue reading Tuesday’s Top 5: Male Anime Characters With Pink Hair

Words of Wisdom

I mentioned at the end of June that I was going to only post Words of Wisdom once a week. Today I have three quotes to share from some of my favourite characters. First from Athrun (Gundam Seed/Destiny). I really like this quote because it is true. Just because I understand where someone is coming … Continue reading Words of Wisdom

Sunday Without God Series Review

Synopsis: Fifteen years ago, God abandoned the world and closed the gate to Heaven, leaving the souls of humankind trapped in limbo (or so the DVD blurb tells me). What that means is people die and then they just keep walking around. However, eternal life (or unlife) isn't that great and so Gravekeepers appear and … Continue reading Sunday Without God Series Review