I was unsure whether I would actually like this manga since the story and characters are more geared towards a shonen audience rather than shoujo. Luckily, Yen Press gave me a chance to read a copy of the recently released e-book. I figured even if I didn’t jive with the story, it would be an … More If Witch, then Which? Manga Volume One Review
Tis the season for witchy stories about magic and far off lands. It also happens to be the beginning of the fall anime season, which just so happens to feature the anime adaptation of this manga, which in turn is an adaptation of a light novel. I haven’t had the chance to check out the … More Wandering Witch: The Journey of Elaina Manga Volume One Review
The Ancient Magus’ Bride has been one of my favorite series since the manga started coming out and anime adaptation started airing. I’ve done a bunch of reviews on this blog: I’ve reviewed the manga, I’ve done multiple posts (part 1, 2, and 3) on the mythology found within the series, as well as a … More Jack Flash and the Faerie Case Files (The Ancient Magus’ Bride Spin-Off) Manga Volume One Review
It’s October again! If you’ve been a long-time reader of the blog, you know that this is the time where I change things up for the season. For the next month, I’ll be focusing on reviews that have a touch of magic, fantasy, witchcraft, and all things that have the feel of the season. I … More [Blog Update] It’s October Again!
Welcome back to another top obsessions post where I give myself a nice slice of space to discuss some things I’ve been interested in the past month outside of the romance genre and this blog. I’ve added sections for podcasts, books, TV shows, Youtube channels, and for this month a section on two events I … More My Top Obsessions This Month: October 2019
Japan Powered recounts one story about a curious thing that happened to a logger out in the forest: “One day a logger was going about his work. Since logging is an exhausting business, seeing as how this was Edo period Japan and the chainsaw hadn’t been invented yet, the man decides to take a short … More October Mythology Special: Jorogumo/Tsuchigumo and Indigenous History
“While I’m staring at the instruments, during an unearthly age of time, both conscious and asleep, the fuselage behind me becomes filled with ghostly presences — vaguely outlines forms, transparent, moving, riding weightless with me in the plane. I feel no surprise at their coming. There’s no suddenness to their appearance. Without turning my head, … More October Mythology Special: Gremlins
Hi there! One of my favorite times of the year is coming up in two weeks! Trees changing color, various apple flavored desserts and ciders, and the digging up of old spooky stories told to pass the growing nights. As you can tell, I love Fall and the month of October especially. October means Halloween, … More Time to Spookify the Blog for October! [Blog Update]