LN Review: Mayoi Room (Monogatari Short Stories)

BAKEMONOGATARI ANIME COMPLETE GUIDEBOOK 27 October 2010 That’s right! This week we’re covering a story about the loli that Araragi refuses not to lewd!… well one of them I suppose. It’s everyone’s favorite Hachikuji! Now there’s two reasons I really appreciate this story. The first is of course the classic wordplay between Hachikuji and Araragi that actually helps improve my own Japanese. The second, and … Continue reading LN Review: Mayoi Room (Monogatari Short Stories)

Light Novel Review – Hitagi Buffet (Monogatari Short Stories)

BAKEMONOGATARI ANIME COMPLETE GUIDEBOOK 27 October 2010 What’s up everybody!? Now I don’t know if you enjoy Monogatari like I do (hell sometimes I still question my love for the series), but I mentioned recently some fans over on Reddit recently translated a collection of short stories for the series and made it free to download! (Link Here) if you’d like to snag it for … Continue reading Light Novel Review – Hitagi Buffet (Monogatari Short Stories)

Online Series Review: Sugar Pine 7

What’s going on everyone? I wanted to talk about one of my newish favorite YouTube channels Sugar Pine 7, recent winner of a Streamy for Show of the Year! Their alternative lifestyle vlog-type videos are a joy to watch for their odd delivery and unyielding vaping. Created by Steven Suptic shortly before the end of SourceFed, this group of friends document their lives as a … Continue reading Online Series Review: Sugar Pine 7

TV Review: Master of None (Season 2)

Nothing but spoilers ahead! After all this time we finally have the second season of Master of None available on Netflix! I’ve enjoyed most of Aziz Ansari’s work, except maybe his role in the last season of Scrubs, and I remember binging the first season of Master of None like there was no tomorrow. Season two is quite possibly better than the first, and starts … Continue reading TV Review: Master of None (Season 2)

Anime Review: Natsume Yuujinchou

Natsume Yuujinchou (Book of Friends) has been one of my favorite anime series since 2013. I suppose you could call it a mystical slice-of-life about a boy named Takashi Natsume and his ability to interact with youkai or supernatural monsters, spirits or demons in Japanese folklore. His grandmother Reiko Natsume also had this ability, and would take youkai’s names after she encountered them and put … Continue reading Anime Review: Natsume Yuujinchou

Short Anime Review: ERASED

With beautiful artwork, a dark captivating story, and a relatable main character, Erased was one of my favorite anime of 2016. Satoru Fujinuma is a young manga artist struggling to make a name for himself following his debut. But, that was not the only thing in his life that Satoru was feeling frustrated about…he was also living with a strange condition only he was able … Continue reading Short Anime Review: ERASED