It sure is getting confusing trying to schedule these things out! But I know if I don’t I’ll have days where I don’t post anything, and I really don’t want that. *sigh* Maybe I’ll start scheduling the “list” type posts out and try to get these more date-able posts out sooner? Recovery of an MMO Junkie Episode 5 – Secret Triangle Have I mentioned how … Continue reading Episode Updates!
What’s this about Jake? You’re starting to do a bunch of Top # Lists now? You bet I am! I don’t know why I didn’t start doing them sooner! What a great way of telling people about my favorite stuff in a way that clearly states I think my trash is better than your trash… wait did I say trash? I meant opinion ^_^. But … Continue reading Top 10 Voice Actors
Well this is a weird list right? But if anime didn’t have so many bad ass servants in it something like this wouldn’t even need to exist! But instead, it’s a common enough thing that it should have its own genre. Wait.. does it have its own genre? *intense internet searching* Well I’m not seeing it, so I’m officially dubbing the genre “サーバント” or “Sābanto”. … Continue reading Top 5 Servants in Anime
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)
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
With season two of My Hero Academia’s release recently I figured it was time I finally finished the first season. Immediately I was struck with a strange thought; This is one of the most under and over-hyped shows I’ve ever watched. It’s like a mainstream anime that at the same time has more of a cult-like following. It’s your run-of-the-mill shounen, but packed with more … Continue reading Anime Review: My Hero Academia (Season 1)