Tag Archives: Kaminarianime
A blending of the mahou-shoujou genre and dualistic underpinnings of life makes Uta Kata like how a good cake should be: appealing on the surface, yet flavorful and sweet underneath.
Bold, innovative, visually pleasing, and philosophically robust – Mononoke is Japanese anime horror done right and possible at its best.
Class S relationships and pure shōjo-ai drama are basic staples of Maria-sama ga Miteru. Staples that are sublimely handled and well-integrated into such a pleasant title.
Ever once and awhile, from the usual known faces that visit my blog, I am also charmed and delighted to see new ones that comment. Most are fellow newbie bloggers while others are just plain commentators with the same love … Continue reading
Synopsis (Via Baka-Updates Manga) Riding high on the memory of a boy named Hikaru with whom she spent a day during her last year of grade school, Megu went through middle school without romance. Now that she’s a high school … Continue reading
When the supernatural and science fiction meets something beautiful occurs. Ghost Hound best captures and embodies that beauty; fully worthy to deem itself a masterpiece.
Studio Ghibli provides us with a tranquil and calming piece of visual eye candy in thirty minutes know as Iblard Jikan.
It goes without saying that Hotarubi no Mori e is a phenomenal film (In my opinion anyway. I highly recommend it.) that emphasizes the intangible aspect of friendship through both physical distance as well as emotional distance. That being said, the … Continue reading
If everyone had a student council (and schoolmates) akin to Seitokai Yakuindomo school life would be anything but dull. For the rest of us, observing from a far is the best option possible. Nonetheless, still enjoyable.
Another dissection into the world of anime blogging with considering to blog as a team or the preference of going it solo.