“This is a male thing […] With man stuff, the bigger the better. That’s been understood since the dawn
A few days ago, Super Eyepatch Wolf released a video asking, “Do Spoilers Ruin Stories?”. It does a good job
Families in fiction can feel like something universal. Loving your parents, and caring for your children, can strike us as
How do otaku think, and how can that help us understand Tohru and Kobayashi’s relationship?
“What is perhaps most striking about anime, compared to other imported media that have been modified for the American market,
Hibike! Euphonium has nearly finished its second season. The storylines have been tight, weaving between the struggles of Kumiko’s senpai
An anime about making anime and celebrating the industry wins multiple awards from the industry. Passing comments might be skeptical
Shelter tells the story of Rin, a 17-year-old girl who lives her life inside of a futuristic simulation completely by
It can be hard, when telling a story about magic, to get the audience on the level of your imagination.
Previously, The Mary Sue argued that we should be critical of ‘objectification’ by ignoring contexts of characterization and treating anime
When I started this blog, back in the summer of 2015, it was an offbeat idea I had to keep
Over the past year I have, out of instinctive habit, established a status quo of researching any idea I have
If you’ve been following this blog, you’d have probably notice that I’m behind on weekly Impressions. Close to two weeks
The Mary Sue has written on fanservice in anime for the second time. ‘In anime’ might be a stretch however.
Illness has mostly gone away, so I’m finally up for catching up on this season. The next intro paragraph for
Still a week and a bit behind. Still fighting off some illnesses. Not suffering as much as Subaru still is,
Been ill and falling behind on blogging, so apologies if these episodes already feel like ancient history! I’ll be catching
If you’ve been following discussions over the quality of Boku Dake ga Inai Machi, or ‘ERASED’ for Western viewers, you’ll
The season’s in full wing and I’ve got a bit more to follow than usual. Maybe the seasons are getting
It’s hard to watch anime without having watched something set in a video game. Sword Art Online may have started