Do you remember the ‘90s? Specifically, do you remember the cult fandom of fighting arcade games?
He is not a brave man. He is not the hero of the gods. He will not slay dragons or defeat the demon king. He will only slay the green demons: goblins. This maeon is just your average man, he is batman, but without the super high IQ, cool gadgets and playboy alter-ego.
The rape scene in the first caused people to take up over the internet to criticised this show, cancel- culture can be a pain. We should showcase the problem to make people think about it not hide it away.
Is a sister all you need? Most kids usually ask for siblings to have someone to play with or just have someone around. In anime through, we get a over the top representation of the little sister or “imouto” They are compare to these goddesses that would never live up to in the anime definition.
The anime, net juu no susume, starts off as a MMORPG parody, with some generic elements like the MC being a outcast and use MMORPG as a way to escape and found friends and love doing so. We also get some run off the mill jokes, similar to : Netoge no Yome wa Onna no Ko Janai to Omotta. However, slowly the game theme starts to fade away, to a point where it seems like a side aspect of the show. But in return, what we get to see later, that this is what of the best romance anime, with one of the finest pace of story progression and characters developments we have seen in a while.
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The story about how a chance meeting can change things for you. Finding love between two broken people can help them grow. This is a story of love in an unlikely place, between a broken girl and an abandoned creature of the old magic. A chance for us the viewers to look at our lives, and appreciate everything we have. This is a tear-jerking festival of feels. The world of Mahoutsukai no Yome might have magical spells, beast straight mythology, and beings that have been around for thousands of years, but the journey of Elias and Chise to find love and heal themselves is really relatable. It is not as easy as love will solve everything.
A cute romantic comedy about alcoholic drinks and a cute couple daily life make a great show for me and sensei to enjoy. We learn a lot about alcohol from this show, and to be honest, we wanted to make some ourselves; we will probably have to rewatch the show to relearn those drinks, but it will be worth it. I think Irina would love this.
This is the story of dictionary making and a guide on life. Wow, you sound deep and intelligent, can’t wait to see you fail. Thanks for the vote of confident sensei. Well, let get into this amazing slice of life about dictionary making. It is Bakuman for making dictionaries, which is brilliant
I’m so happy to see a new season of Natsume Yuujinchou, I thought it would not going to happen. It is, no doubt, my favorite anime. Continue reading
This show will make you face your inner demons. What do you mean? Ahh sensei, Have you ever have a moment of reflection about the state of your life and how lucky you are? Did you have to just ‘get good’ at something you don’t like to survive? Have you concentrated so hard for hours upon hours until you have nothing left? Get to the point, our readers don’t have all the time to listen to you dribble on and on. Okay, sensei.
So the final match before the inter-high is here, Karasuno Koukou VS Shiratorizawa Gakuen Koukou or a eagle V.S crows. I was a little disappointed that there were only 10 episodes for this season. However, the show made for this by filling up the all 10 with so much action and suspense that made me glue my eyes to the volleyball and trying so hard not to blink in case I missed a motion that decides the match.