Having read part of the manga, Spice and Wolf Season III has been my favourite show of the new season thus far. Maoyuu Maou Yuusha sees the return of the much-beloved duo of protagonists voiced by Ami Koshimizu and Jun Fukuyama, yet the departure from the world portrayed in manga and novels to screen has been rather surprising thus far. Upon first glance one might assume that the anime is made by one of the major animation companies, but it’s produced by ARMS, creator of such highly acclaimed anime such as Queen’s Blade or Night Shift Nurses, as well as what I dare say may be their first serious anime adaptation….by their standards anyway.
Medaka Box, how I love thee.
What a thoroughly confusing title eh.
Today’s video will have me talking about the interesting thought processes why I can write posts and tweets of hate directed towards an anime and still love it in the end.
It’s tsundere complex for fiction and it’s some entertaining stuff.
Also, sorry for this video being really late. I recorded the video early in the morning but I couldn’t edit and render it till late at night. So this will technically be released on Day 8 where I live.
I tried to make a rage video, honest. I was going to yell and be all angry about anime characters I dislike with venom.
But instead, it’s a mostly bad video of an Asian teenager raising his voice, kind of proving that I can’t rage so well.
Well, I talk about anime characters I don’t like, the video itself should be entertaining. Enjoy.
I talk about Angst in fiction and I recommend a few of my favourite angsty yuri manga
Yeah, not much else happens. I whine about angsty whining and I talk about Yuri passionately. Business as usual
Why are you still reading this. Just watch the f******g video.
Continuing from yesterday’s post, I attempted to brush aside my lack of actual anime articles with excuses about other preoccupations preventing me from writing more often. However, ironically enough, one of these preoccupations appears to be my newfound love for manga – and a specific genre of it.
I tell harrowing tales of my childhood of how I was a pathetic little sh*t that would get scared by everything, in an attempt to explain why I stay away from any anime, manga or any forms of media under the Horror or Gore genre.
Lots of silly little anecdotes of a younger me. This video was just made to entertain and maybe provide some insight on how I choose what anime I watch or what manga I read.
Dawn of the (Walking) Dead (Fish).