Welcome back to another installment of The Mythology of Ancient Magus Bride, where we take a look at the origins behind many of our favorite characters and smaller aspects of the show. As you know from my previous two posts, the mangaka Kore Yamazaki, loved to pull from various mythology in her construction of this … More The Mythology of Ancient Magus’ Bride: Part 3 (Enchanted Animal Pelts and more…)
The Secret Loves of Geeks is a follow-up to the previous anthology The Secret Loves of Geek Girls, which I admittedly need to read as well. I’ve been seeing this one pop up on my Twitter feed for the last couple weeks as its release date came and went. Ultimately, the cover, with its multitude … More The Secret Loves of Geeks Anthology Review
Hi All! Today’s review got a bit delayed by life so it’ll be going up tomorrow. Incidentally, that life just happens to be getting engaged last December (I’m constantly getting distracted by wedding things now) and getting a promotion at my full-time job (which means I’ll probably be getting a little busier). Anywho, this shouldn’t … More Blog Update, New Content, and Conventions!
I’ve been following the artist of this comic for a while on Instagram and have been keeping up a bit with the hype on this comic for awhile. So when it was finally released not too long ago, I knew I had to pick it up and check out the story for myself. I have … More Bingo Love Comic/Graphic Novel Review
This is my first time doing something like this, but I really wanted to take the chance to thank all 59 of my followers for supporting me the past year and a half (has it really been that long?!) … More Liebster Award and a Thank You to All My Followers!
Kobayashi’s Dragon Maid has to be one of the few yuri animes I actually like. It manages to combine great animation and enjoyable characters in such a way that you almost feel like you’re not watching a typical yuri show. The anime was originally part of the Spring 2017 simulcast season on Crunchyroll and ran … More Miss Kobayashi’s Dragon Maid Valentine’s OVA Review
Everyday on this blog is Valentine’s Day, so for this and every year after, February 14th will be known as Anti-Valentine’s Day here. … More Anti-Valentine’s Day: Ghost Stories English Dub Anime Review
For the past couple years the isekai genre — stories about being trapped or transported to video-game worlds — has been dominating the anime, manga, and light novel marketplace. Into the middle of this boom enters Recovery of an MMO Junkie, a show that similarly takes a look at people and their interactions in a … More The Healing Power of Gaming in Recovery of an MMO Junkie
I came across this short film a little while ago and it looked interesting enough to cover while waiting for the seasonal anime to finish up. … More Into the Forest of Fireflies’ Light (Hotarubi no Mori e) Anime Film Review
Welcome back to another long overdue installment of Short Romance Animations Worth Watching where I pull a few animated shorts out of the internet that I think are a good representation of the genre. … More Four Short Romance Animations Worth Watching – Part 2