Nowadays, for me personally, it doesn't happen often, but sometimes I just love to re-watch a show. I think it brings back so many memories. Not only that, but I think once you watch a show again after a few years, you can look at it from a different perspective. That being said, there are a few shows that I prefer to watch over others. These are the shows that I enjoy every single time I watch them. Without fail.
I don't really know why I haven't touched many sports anime as of late. They certainly appeal to me and I have had every intention to watch them, but for some reason, I just... don't. Perhaps I just needed something to pump me up and motivate me and if that's the case, then, Kuroko no Basket certainly worked its magic.
Who do I feel like I'm similar to? Well, firstly... We certainly have our similarities. For starters, we're both incredibly clumsy. I have always been clumsy, I always will be. I have walked into several lamposts, tripped over my own shadow and spilt goodness how much food down me over the past 22 years and I don't see that stopping any time soon.
What an easier post would be is "5 Anime That Didn't Make Me Cry" because there are a lot fewer anime that I haven't cried at, that's for sure. I'm just a big crybaby, what can I say? Now, because I cry at literally everything, some of these, I feel, are probably predictable. Some others? Probably not. But I certainly have my reasons for all of them.
It really doesn't feel like it's been a year since I wrote the post for AGAHA's 2nd anniversary, but here I am writing the post of its third anniversary. Time really does fly by. It's a little bit scary if I'm honest.The past year has been a bit of a weird one, but it still deserves to be celebrated.
I decided to take a break from the episodic reviews last week and merge episodes three and four together in one post. Which, quite frankly, works quite well. From the first two episodes, I was expecting great things. They were magnificent in, honestly, every way. They made me so happy. Episode 3, however... didn't quite make me as happy.
Boy, I love a death game scenario, so I was quite hyped to get reading this and I am so glad I did. The synopsis sounds a little crazy, sure, I get that, but the first chapter is written so well making me hooked from the start. And as the story progressed, I was obsessed with finding out what the next game was or what the next twist in the story was.