An overwhelming experience, a road to the professional shogi player, yet a path to being kind to others. Haven’t check out my season 1 review? Check out 3-gatsu no lion.
The Pokémon XY Series first aired on October 17, 2013. It ran strong for over 3 years and officially ended back in October 27, 2016. The 6th Generation of the Pokémon anime not only redeemed itself after the disgrace that was Black and White (which I still think deserves some credit), but it ranks up there as one of the best. So, it’s the perfect time to take a trip down the memory lane. Let’s look back at what was the best Pokémon anime has offered since Advanced Generation, and even for the Original Season for that matter. Pokémon XY: Its Comparison With Black And White It’s certainly not the opinion of many, but there are others out there who think that the Black and White series was a huge failure. I’m one of those people who actually liked Black and White. However, I’m willing […]
Feast your eyes on the beautiful art of Norn9: Norn+Nonet! I can almost hear the groans from people who don’t like reverse harem anime. But hey! This one has absolutely beautiful animations although the plot needs a bit of fixing. This will be my last review, so let’s make it count! General Information Norn9: Norn+Nonet is originally an otome game for Playstation Portable. It was developed by Otomate and published by Idea Factory. In 2014, an anime adaptation for the franchise became green-lit. Additionally, the anime series ran from January to March 2016. Synopsis The story takes place in a futuristic era. Guided by one particular song, Suzuhara Sorata finds himself in a time skip. He lands in a place that looks similarly like the towns from the Meiji or Taishou periods. He then meets three young ladies and nine young men about a ship […]
I pushed him away and hurt him yet he still stood by my side. It’s not a sane relationship. To be saved by seeing his hurt expression. – Rika Harada (Honey and Clover)
Everyone has the freedom to choose their own path and decide who they’d like to be. – Phyllis (Mahoutsukai no Yome)
Instead of regretting what we cannot do, it is better to do what one can. For example, what we do has nothing to do with results and so we must forge forwards. – Yuuko Ichihara (xxxHolic)
I thought being twenty made you really mature… Like I’d already have a goal set for the future, and I’d be working hard toward that goal. And I thought I’d be in love. – Shirakawa Miyako (Imouto Sae Ireba Ii)