It’s bound to happen, but Chino, Maya and Megu start thinking about what high school to go to next year.
Gochuumon wa Usagi desu ka?
At last, I never knew that Phantom Thief Lapin looks very familiar. Also, Chiya finally receives some bonding time with Sharo after what happened last time.
It’s finally the start of summer and Cocoa, Chino and Rize decides to wear different uniforms. As expected, it doesn’t go so well.
With summer coming to an end soon, the fall season is finally here. It’s time to focus on what I plan to watch this season.
Also, I want to share my thoughts on the state of the blog as I am still not happy with where things are going, especially with the number of comments. This list should stay the same, unless there are delays.
Since 2019 is finally coming to an end, it’s time to take a look at the top five shows for this year since I only completed 14 titles this year. We will also take a look briefly at the top ten shows of the decade. As always, this list is subjective.
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Back in the late 2000s and early 2010s, there has been various debates about moe. Despite the critics, moe in general has eventually became mainstay in modern anime
I feel the main reason moe actually saved anime is of course the adaptations of Manga Time Kirara series and Houbunsha, a Japanese book publisher that is behind it all. The first few series in 2007 started receiving anime adaptions. The first being Hidamari Sketch and Doujin Work. After that, the rest was history after K-ON aired and became wildly popular.
Since the 2010s, there are usually anime adaptations of series from the family of Manga Time Kirara family of magazine air almost every season. Sometimes, there might be two that air in the same season. You might be wondering why I think Manga Time Kirara is the savior of anime and why these magazines are popular? I will explain why.
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It has been a while since the second season of Gochuumon has aired. Last year, an anticipated 1-hour original video animation released in theaters in Japan. It focuses on the time where Cocoa returns home to visit Mocha and her mom.
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Believe it or not, I enjoy rhythm games a lot considering my musical background. I have played several rhythm games ranging from Dance Dance Revolution, Audiosurf, The Idolmaster and even Project Diva along with a few anime licensed ones.
When I heard about Miracle Girls Festival back in 2015, it’s basically a dream come true. It’s a crossover game featuring female characters (a good chunk from shows that has a female cast) from 11 franchises (Yuru Yuri, Kin-iro Mosaic, Wake Up Girls, Gochuumon to name a few) with the same gameplay like the Project Diva games. How well does it fare? Let’s find out.
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As stated earlier, I regret not watching Gochuumon wa Usagi desu ka when it first aired in 2014 since I enjoyed every moment of cute girls working at a café. While people had a caffeine-like withdraw after the first season finished airing, when a sequel was announced, people jump for joy since this show is finally coming back for a second season. Does it live up to the prequel? Let’s find out.
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Now that Christmas is over, it’s time to take a look at the top 5 anime I enjoyed and completed during 2015.
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