Arguably due to its yon-koma manga style, the plot of Ai-Mai-Mi is far from being coherent. Sometimes, this makes it have a slight charm to it. Most times, however, it's just a mind-hurting experience. If you're here hoping this review is about a serious, logical show, then I suggest you just leave now.
Alrighty, so it's been a while but life has truly been hectic what with moving and having a vacation. It's an excuse I use a lot but we're back in the game! And today, I have something really, really exciting to announce for the blog.
It's that time of the season where I reflect on the shows I began watching this season! I thought Winter 2018 had gone quick, but Spring seems to have gone a lot quicker? Not only that, but I've actually managed to stay up-to-date with some series! (Makes a change, huh?)
SHINee have just reached their tenth anniversary this week and, although I somewhat refuse to believe that they've been around ten years, I thought I'd celebrate it by giving you my top ten SHINee songs!
It doesn't matter who you're talking to. Their taste or expertise is irrelevant here. No matter who you're talking to, it's probably rare to see people discussing the old stuff. The old anime which I'm reffering to here may be, in modern speech, be called the 'OG Anime'. That is, anime from before the 1960s. But why am I talking about these?
That's right! Now that university is over, it's time to resume Anime For All - this time on a weekly basis again! We're kicking things off again with the Josei genre! Josei is usually aimed at women in their late teens into adulthood, but that shouldn't mean that people in other demographics can't watch them!
Creativity is, of course, subjective. What makes something a masterpiece to someone, may be a weird artsy disaster for someone else. If a single collection of anime was to make this divide apparent - it's Genius Party.