News and Updates
- Recommended Viewing Page has been updated.
- Blogroll updated. List has been expanded a lot.
- About section also updated. Not so boring, uninformative or faux-modest anymore.
- Uni is back soon, I wanna keep posting, but no promises.
Ahsan Amjad on The Bird of Hermes is My Name… badnews on The Bird of Hermes is My Name… E Minor on Hey look an update! CrackinSkulls187 on The Bird of Hermes is My Name… Dominic Eredia on The Bird of Hermes is My Name…
- @eltonsu999 Saw that in Facebook. Seems like he didn't give it much of a chance but ah well, can't please everyone <_< 10 months ago
- @razorleaves Yeah bro. Probably will still be drowsy but I'll be awake 1 year ago
- @razorleaves Haha if that's what works for you bro and you're not too tired then sure :) 1 year ago
- @razorleaves Well week after next technically 1 year ago
- @razorleaves Unfortunately I get busy again next week :'( 1 year ago
Category Archives: Reviews and Reflections
It’s probably fair to say that there is no piece of fiction for which I have had such turbulent emotions and fluid opinions than Nisio Isin and SHAFT’s eclectic Monogatari franchise. Ironically one of its main themes, if not the … Continue reading
Pretty much what it says on the tin. Frog-Kun recently made a more personal post about the anime characters with which he has felt a “quasi-spiritual kinship”. Inspired, I’d like to do the same. I’m not sure I feel as … Continue reading
It’s not exactly that my love of anime has always been tied to a more academic examination of the medium, but it’s fair to say the development of my interest in the art of good critique and analysis of themes … Continue reading
A brief preamble. This is part of an inter blog project known generally as the 12 Days of Anime. Here’s the basic idea. I’d originally planned to do the full 12 posts, and had started drafting posts accordingly, but alas, … Continue reading
Anime and its consumer-base is a funny thing, isn’t it? I mean, look at us Western fans who relentlessly pursue a narrow range of culture-specific fiction, often obtainable only through fansubbing groups, an eclectic combination of piracy and thankless public … Continue reading
I saw the original Hellsing series when it came out and kind of dug its style, especially that catchy OP, but that’s about all I could really say about it. When Hellsing Ultimate began all the usual hype went around … Continue reading