I have been watching anime for a few years now, and I have been able to learn my things from different anime. Shows like Baby Steps, Gintama, Assassination Classroom, Cowboy Bebop and Days to name a few. They have definitely changed my views on life, relationship, morality, justice, friendship and empathy. Relife is definitely one of these anime, for 13 episodes it uses character development, conflict, or the entertainment to teaches us valuable lessons. Continue reading
At first glance, one would think that this is a yaoi anime, but even without the “shounen-ai” tag, it’s not. It’s one of those rare romance anime where the main characters are the same gender, but the romance is heterosexual. When I first saw this anime, I thought probably the same thing as anyone else who was unfamiliar with this anime before it aired, “This is going to be another borderline-yaoi anime, is it?” Then, I read the description, and my curiosity was piqued. For that reason, I ended up watching it when it premiered, and I must say that it was a fun anime to watch.