I personally really enjoy a romance, particularly those which don't follow the more conventional route. Koi to Uso, also known as Love and Lies, is set in a Japanese society somewhere in the future. In this society, a rather complex match-making system has been implemented in order to encourage successful marriages and combat low birthrates.
Watching drama is what I enjoy doing the most and, well, Kuzu no Honkai - otherwise known as Scum's Wish - is an anime that delivers the dramatic rollercoaster that is unrequited love and, undoubtedly, takes it to the next level. I certainly didn't mean to be hypocritical in this review, but the show is that complex that it's hard not to be.
For the past two weeks or so, there has only been one social media site that I've been interested in. A social media site that isn't even real at that. For the past two weeks or so I've been trying my best to organise a fundraising party - again, a fictional one - at the request of six attractive, well respected - fictional - people. That's right. I've finally been sucked into the world of Mystic Messenger.
This will only be a brief review, but it's been one that should have appeared on this blog a long time ago. I first wrote about this show and the awkward high school crushes over a year ago, after all. Did I end up liking the show, though?
It's quite rare to come across one, but sometimes you stumble an absolute masterpiece. For me, personally, this has taken quite a while to find, but at last - here it is, in the form of a beautiful romance. If you're wanting a cute romance story that covers the theme of LGBT relationships, I'm yet to see a better example than this.
I know Wakaba*Girl has already been covered on A Girl & Her Anime before, but that was a lovely contribution by illintelligence and, well, I hadn't seen the show myself... Until last month, that is. Like many other anime fans, I'm all in for cute girls and a nice little slice-of-life comedy series. This is exactly what Wakaba*Girl is.
It's time for the second edition of Fandom Friday - a chance for you to spread the word about talented people in the anime, gaming or K-Pop communities! This time, the spotlight is on a fellow blogger...