I, for one, get very cynical and worried when an IP I like is getting an adaptation of of any kind.
Often I hear the question “why high school” and this is a very valid question as so many of anime takes place in high school or feature high school aged characters. So here is my take on this question.
Please note that this is not about demographics as almost everyone in Japan has exposure to manga and anime, but they’ve been around the Western world for only a couple of decades. This is more of why rather than who.
“Accept that because we were born with nothing, we can become anything” – Sora
No Game No Life is a light novel series written by Kamiya Yuu. The series started back in 2012 and is still ongoing now. Recently, an anime adaption was made, but we are talking about the light novel today. Since the novel doesn’t have too many images, so I will be borrowing some from the anime.
Well it’s Valentines day, so here is a list to remind me how lonely I am.
I want to say here that these are not “ships” but characters who does go beyond a crush to an actual relationship. If they do not get in a relationship, they are not considered. This does reduce the numbers by a lot, and I don’ think that is a good thing…
Yukimitsu Manabu is a character from one of my favorites, Eyeshield 21. He is a Receiver for the protagonist’s team, the Deimon Devil Bats. He is nerd in the every sense of the word but wants to improve himself by joining the football team.
So I recently got the LootAnime for this month, let’s take a look!
This month’s theme appears to be “Life in Another World” genre, so there are things from Sword Art Online, No Game No Life and Log Horizon.
This list is to celebrate some of the Moms in manga and anime. By moms, I decided to include those who didn’t technically give birth as well. This is following my previous list of similar topics:
- Top 10 Worst Dads in Manga and Anime
- Top 10 Worst Moms in Manga and Anime
- Top 10 Best Dads in Manga and Anime
I don’t really know where I am going with this one, but bear with me. I speak multiple languages, and I do think it had noticeable impact on my manga/anime/gaming experience.
Well, first Light Novel review, this will be filed under Manga, so I don’t have too many tabs on top. A while back, I did an anime review on this series, and keeping my word, I started and finished the first book.
The book was written by Akatsuki Natsume and the art was done by Mishima Kurone.
I thought this would be the natural follow up to Worst Dad and Worst Mom lists I have done in the past. And I found myself having so much more difficult time with this. What makes a Dad great? Well, here is my attempt to find this out. Please remember that this is my opinion only, and these are from series I have experienced personally, so something like Bleach is not on here since I don’t follow it enough to say I know the characters.