The 2019–2021 adaptation of Fruits Basket was well-awaited for many FruBa fans everywhere. Both the anime and the manga are absolutely beautiful things to experience. The overall plot and art is breathtaking to say the least. The reason why this became an absolute favorite for many was the fact that you can see how the… Continue reading Life lessons from Fruits Basket And Fruits Basket: Another
Hey guys. I hope you’re doing well. Today’s post is a bit more personal and could be a bit triggering to those who are going through a tough break-up themselves. So, please take this as my warning to you. Back when I was in high school, I was an avid manga reader and anime watcher… Continue reading How Horimiya helped me heal from a breakup
Anime: Chihaya Furu Genre: Sports, Romantic Comedy, School Life Seasons: 3 Release Date: March 19, 2016 Chihaya Furu is a sports anime about the traditional-card game “Caruta” (which originated in Portugal but then came to Japan around the 15th century). The protagonist of this anime is called Chihaya Ayase who, in elementary school, fell in… Continue reading Chihaya Review- Anime Review
Original and unedited image by: Nikkal.Moon (edited with permission) This year has definitely been an eventful one so far. With everything that's going on, it’s kind of hard to even focus on yourself or basically anything that might take your mind off of the many events in the world. However, I was able to find… Continue reading Pride Month: My Favorites (2020)
Title: Toilet-Bound Hanako-Kun Genre: Paranormal, School-life, Romantic- Comedy Season(s): 1 Release date: January 10, 2020 Status: Completed on March 26, 2020 Synopsis: “Kamome Academy is known for its famous Seven Mysteries and supernatural occurrences, popularized by student rumors. Nene Yashiro, a first-year occult-loving student who yearns for a boyfriend, decides to summon the seventh mystery… Continue reading Toilet- Bound Hanako-Kun: Anime Review
Ever since I found out about yaoi, I would take hours on looking for yaoi anime. I prefer to read yaoi manga than watch the anime because I can finish it faster and not wait for the next episode to release after a long while. That doesn’t mean I don’t watch yaoi anime as often.… Continue reading Pride Month: My most watched yaoi anime?
Hey guys, I decided to post (almost) everything gay during this month in honor of Pride Month. Queer representation in media has evolved over the past decades and I want to take the time to write about it during this month. I’m going to try and make a balance with the posts since I do… Continue reading Happy Pride Month!
With a few hours left of Mother’s day, I decided to make a comparison of two of the worst mothers in both the drama world and the anime world. My question for you is: who is the worst mother in anime or in an asian drama in your opinion?
The Leader was released on January 28, 2019 and aired its last episode on March 4, 2019- having a total of 7 episodes. This is a biographical anime on the German philosopher Karl Marx. I wrote a first impression on the anime a couple of months ago, so I’m excited to give a final review on this. Now, please know that I’m going to try really hard not to get political -despite the anime having politics as one of the more prominent themes. This is only a review and I only wish to keep it that way.
Saezuru Tori Wa Habatakanai (Twittering Birds Never Fly) is a tragic yaoi manga released on March 31, 2008, and it is currently ongoing. The Leader of the Yakuza- Yashiro- knows only love for his rather close friend; however it was only one-sided. That was until his new bodyguard- Doumeki- comes into the picture. Doumeki wishes… Continue reading Twittering Birds Never Fly-Manga Review