Friday’s Feature: Why We Need To Stop Mocking Stories For Trying

It's become a fairly common criticism of a number of shows. It's trying too hard to be...It's just trying to be edgy...It's trying too hard to be deep...And this week we added the question of whether or not Banana Fish was trying too hard to be shocking. As I read these sorts of comments and … Continue reading Friday’s Feature: Why We Need To Stop Mocking Stories For Trying

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Tuesday’s Top 5: Ordinary Anime Characters Who Inspire

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

Tuesday’s Top 5: Anime That Only Have One Season

There's something to be said for an anime that can tell a complete story in 11, 12, 22, or 24 episodes and not leave the viewer unsatisfied or waiting for a conclusion that may never occur. While I have nothing against the longer running anime brethren, the anime I rewatch most often meets the condition … Continue reading Tuesday’s Top 5: Anime That Only Have One Season

Tuesday’s Top 5: Appearances of Cherry Blossoms in Anime

We are finally done reflecting on the anime of 2017 and now it is time to get into some new lists. To start us off, I am look at my 5 favourite uses of cherry blossoms in anime. These flowers are just adorable and are incredibly prolific so I am absolutely certain that you all … Continue reading Tuesday’s Top 5: Appearances of Cherry Blossoms in Anime

Friday’s Feature: Are There No New Ideas?

I'd suggest that those who haven't watched Your Lie in April and haven't read yet what happens, that you might want to try one of my other posts and come back after you've either watched the end or someone else has spoiled it for you. It's a common criticism of television shows, movies, and of … Continue reading Friday’s Feature: Are There No New Ideas?