Anime Review: Miss Kobayashi’s Dragon Maid

Featured Image from SteamyTomato or maybe JWALL? Also just noticed the Funhaus logo on the mug ^_^ What a sweet and fun series! No wonder I finished all 13 episodes in less than 24 hours! I briefly mentioned yesterday in my First Impressions post, but I only really started this series because I saw a cosplay by Jessica … Continue reading Anime Review: Miss Kobayashi’s Dragon Maid

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First Impressions: Boku wa Tomodachi ga Sukunai (I don’t have many friends)

I stumbled upon this show while looking for anime to include in my Top 5 Slice of Life post, and immediately thought, "OH HOW RELATABLE!". I then thought about how sad a comment that was to make, and decided to give the first episode a watch anyway. I was honestly a little disappointed to find … Continue reading First Impressions: Boku wa Tomodachi ga Sukunai (I don’t have many friends)

First Impressions: Your lie in April

So I've just finished the first episode, Monotone/Colorful, and I really think I'm going to like this show. It did a great job of exploring most of the main characters, as well as an information dump that was just manageable. We're introduced to Kousei, Tsubaki, Watari and Kaori, our four main protagonists (I assume). They all … Continue reading First Impressions: Your lie in April

Manga Review: Nisekoi (False Love)

What's this? A manga review? Well that's new isn't it? I don't believe I've ever reviewed a manga before. Or finished one for that matter. But this is a special occasion as I've officially read all 229 chapters of Nisekoi! It's been a pretty funny journey over the past couple of years. I was introduced … Continue reading Manga Review: Nisekoi (False Love)

Clannad (And After Story) Review

I'll be honest, I don't know how I'm going to review this anime. The day before yesterday I didn't even intend on watching it. Yesterday I finished it. And today, I can't stop crying. Okay okay to be fair I actually finished it a few days ago but wanted to make a funny reference. And … Continue reading Clannad (And After Story) Review