Reading through the both hilarious and painfully relatable at times manga Welcome to NHK has some interesting scenes. And while the series is ripe to pick from many uncomfortably real and all-too funny moments, there is one in particular I’d like to highlight, as I consider it an especially amusing set of scenes.
Here I want to try something experimental and take a look through my playlists and share and talk about my favorite AMVs. This is not necessarily a “best-of” list because I obviously do not watch every AMV. Continue reading “Some AMV Love: 75 Recommendations”
Something occurred to me on my walk as I listened to the anime openings on my playlist: someone once asked me “Why do you listen to Japanese music when you don’t understand what they’re saying?”. Continue reading “Nothing Wrong With Anime Music Indulgence”
One Piece is one of the biggest emotional roller coaster rides I’ve ever been on and hasn’t stopped. So why do I have such a tough time expressing the FEELS during its more tragic, somber and heartfelt moments through the bittersweet reaction of tears?
You took the Haruhi out of Haruhi, you bastards!
Ex-blogger extraordinaire, ghostlighting, ran a blog called “We Remember Love” with other fellow bloggers at the time (a lot of which were mecha and anime fans alike), and the now infamous Digibro (previously known as “Digital Boy”), from October 2008 to October 2012. If you haven’t read his posts, I recommend that you do, as it some of the best anime-related content I’ve ever read.
Something I’ve grown more concerned over in recent memory (and experienced quite a number of times already) is the sensation of my older feelings and thoughts on works I watched when I was younger being overwritten through revisiting them now that I’m older, and of a different mindset.