As cliché as it sounds, anime has a special place in my life. It has done for a long time and probably will continue to have this place for a long time to come. But - clichés aside - I'm not going to be talking about anime as a whole. Today, I'm going to be talking about certain series that have resonated with me for different reasons.
This week, we’re looking at a genre with less options than most, but the characters have plenty of options... That's right - it's the harem genre.I've mentioned a couple of good harem shows already in my Anime For All series but, with a post dedicated to the genre, what am I recommending this week?
I've finally got around to watching some more Winter 2018 anime! This time, I've been eagerly watching Miira no Kaikata (or How to Raise a Mummy in English), arguably the most wholesome show of Winter 2018.
Now, after finally getting down to seeing Keijo for the first time, I can finally share my opinion on this. I may come across as ‘salty’. I may even come across as being ‘your typical feminist’. But hey, this is my blog. Regardless, let me give you my two cents on this topic.
This week, we're looking at another popular genre, but one that a lot of you are probably familiar with already - fantasy. Like, for example, the drama genre, the fantasy genre has endless possibilities, making way for lots of great storylines. Match this with some great characters and some nice animation and you're good to go!
Ecchi is a Japanese word that is used to describe, in slang, "playfully sexual actions". It doesn't take a genius to figure out just how many anime with the ecchi tag there are, but with these shows, I've picked a variety of different storylines in hopes of trying to appeal to different audiences!
This is Part 4 of my Anime For All segment - the part of my blog where I recommend anime series that are suitable for newbies, but also ones that are also sometimes overlooked by veterans! This week we're looking at AnoHana, Sakurasou no Pet na Kanojo and 5 Centimeters Per Second.