Main characters are interesting. They are designed to be interesting. However, when I watch anime I look for the supporting characters. I direct my attention towards the characters that are supposed to make the main character's story seem more intriguing. If you were to watch an anime with just main characters in it, that would … Continue reading Older Siblings Play the Supporting Role in Anime and Life
As of right now, I have watched over 11,700 episodes of anime and have seen various types of anime characters: old, young, cute, ugly, creepy, dramatic, caring, selfish, selfless. There are hundreds thousands millions of words that could describe each one of the characters featured in anime, but one word that sums up my top three … Continue reading Top 3 Anime Children
Boruto is so close to passing up the Hokage. In ten measly episodes, anime fans across the globe have become obsessed with the new generation spinoff. Users of MAL have rated Boruto 7.54, just .3 off from Naruto. Boruto is quickly catching up to his father, but will he be able to surpass him? In … Continue reading Naruto’s Son, Boruto, is Going to Surpass the Hokage?
There are various ways that you can keep track of the anime you watch. For instance, you could use an Excel spreadsheet, a simple piece of paper, your memory or the highly preferred method, the internet. The internet makes life a thousand times easier, well, at least in my case it does. I use two … Continue reading MAL versus Anime Planet: Which One is the Better Anime Tracker?
It is that time of year again, where the expectation of an anime is set high, resulting in the disappointment of many once the first episode is released. As the seasons change I am also guilty of expecting too much. My standards always manage to get brutally stomped on within minutes of the first episode. Lately, I have found that the descriptions of … Continue reading More Anime, Yes Please: Anticipated Summer Line-up
After making the mistake to watch Pan de Peace! on Crunchyroll, I figured I would never come across an anime as terrible ever again. However, I have clicked on another four minute long mistake, Love Kome: We Love Rice. Who knew it would only take four minutes to dislike an anime so much? Personally, I agree … Continue reading Why Does This Anime Exist: Love Rice
As one can infer from the title, this anime is about the relationship between a fifth-grader and an older girl. Hatsukoi Monster, also known as First Love Monster in English, has what would appear to be a rather interesting storyline, involving the controversial age gap between two people in a relationship. The anime consists of twelve episodes and … Continue reading Child Predator, or True Love: First Love Monster