Second Anniversary!

I cannot believe it has been another year since the beginning of this blog. This year, a lot more people visited this little blog than before, thank you for your support!!

Here is another great year!

Since I am writing this, but I have no idea how many people will respond, here goes. I take recommendations very seriously. I only recommend things I genuinely enjoyed, and I am pretty proud to say I have seen/read most of material that was recommended to me. With that said, if there is anything you want my thoughts on, now’s your chance!

Let me know if there is any manga/ anime/ game you want me check out!

Thanks, and to another year!

Gihoon

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Death Note (2017) Movie Review

“Once dead, they can never come back to life” – Rules of Death Note

Yeah, this is the lesser good live action version of one of the most influential manga in the world. Death Note is 2017 adaptation of manga of the same name. Death NOte 2017 is directed by Adam Winguard and was released in August of 2017 on Netflix.

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Kono Subarashii Sekai ni Shukufuku wo LN vol 2 Review

This is my review of second volume of Kono Subarashii Sekai ni Shukufuku wo series, the first volume’s review is available here. The book was written by Akatsuki Natsume and the art was done by Mishima Kurone.

As there are not too many images in the light novel, I am going to use some pictures from the anime. This is a short one, as many points have been covered in the anime review.

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Top 10 Memorable Moons from Manga, Anime, and Games

In light of recent eclipse, I’ve been thinking about moons. Moon has always carried a mystical and mysterious aura, and here are some moons that took this to a new level. Since I couldn’t come up with 30 different moons for different categorizes, this is moons from games, anime, and manga.

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Toy Collection 21: Nendoroid Saitama

Starring today is Good Smile Company’s Nendoroid Saitama from One Punch Man. If you know me, I love this series and Saitama is just awesome, just look at that bald head.

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Saitama comes with 2 faces, the serious face and the goof ball face we all love. Also there are 2 capes, one fluttering in the wind and the one with out it.

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He also comes with a grocery bag, because that is the most important part of his life.

If you look at the sculpt on the model, as always, it is grate. The head is a single piece, making it rather heavier than expected, especially compared to other Nendoroids since most of them are more empty, like the Stormtrooper.

This is a very short post since Nendoroid Saitama is very simple in design and in execution. The colors are bright and the sculpt is great, nothing more I can ask for!

Gihoon

One Piece Arc by Arc part 10: Sky Piea arc

“In this world, there is a God. It’s me” – God Enel

It has been awhile, but here is the next one. Now returning to present. I did this one after the flashback so it will be more coherent to talk about for me. I decided to mix in some images from other media rather than exclusively using manga pages.

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One Piece Arc-By-Arc part 9: Shandora Flashback

“The story book showed him with a grinning face, but he was actually shedding tears of hate and injustice when he died” – Montblanc Cricket on his ancestor Norland

As this series strayed from just being a retrospective piece, I renamed it to Arc-By-Arc, where it will be about a series, arc by arc. I think it makes more sense. I retitled the previous parts, FYI. Here is a link to part 8.

This is a story that shows what really happened and how the tragedy of Norland the King of Liars came to be. This is the first flashback in One Piece where its entire purpose is to set up and link 2 arc while involving none of the main protagonists.

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