Credits to AnimeLab Did you know that Digimon started out as digital pets called ”Digital Monsters” similar in style and concept to Tamagotchi? Plot The story revolves around 7 chosen children to save the digital and real world from evil. The children are helped by a mysterious man/Digimon named Gennai, who helps them via hologram. As the adventures prolong their Digimon partner evolve to higher beings such as Devimon, Etemon, and Myotismon in their Champion forms. Each Digimon linked to a Digivice and Crest which are connected to the strongest trait of their respective child. The eight members of the first DigiDestined group witnessed the battle between a Greymon and Parrotmon at their childhood town of Highton View Terrace prior to moving to Odaiba. Now let’s get to know them and their Digimon partners. Main Characters Taichi “Tai” Kamiya (Taichi Yagami) The first season’s leader […]
A Storied History You can’t think about anime unless you think about mecha. The genre has been around as long as anime has been popular. In fact, you could argue that it was central to popularizing anime, especially among Western audiences. This momentum was no doubt a boon for many creators who now had a larger audience to bring their own creations to. With that in mind I declare March my month of mecha. What better way to celebrate it than by making a list of the Top 10 Classic Mecha Anime? These are some mecha anime that left an undeniable mark on the medium. Mobile Suit Gundam (First Gundam) Without Yoshiyuki Tomino, one of anime and the mecha genre’s most iconic series would not exist. In 1979 audiences were blessed with the very first entry in the now long running Gundam series. What was once […]
General Info O w O Ishio Yamagata wrote Rokka no Yuusha, a Japanese light novel series while Miyagi illustrated it. Shueisha has published six volumes of the series since August 2011. Kei Toru created a manga adaptation of Rokka no Yuusha and began serialization in Shueisha‘s Super Dash & Go! magazine in February 2012. Yen Press licensed both light novels and their manga adaptation in North America. Passione produced an anime television series and Takeo Takahashi directed it. Rokka no Yuusha aired in Japan from July 4 to September 19, 2015. Synopsis The story revolves around six people called “Braves of the Six Flowers” who are chosen by the Goddess of Fate to destroy the Demon God. Adlet Mayer, a self-proclaimed “strongest man in the world”, used tools and trickery to fight and catch his opponents off-guard. Princess Nashetania Loei Piena Augustra joined him to kill […]
When you think of a series that’s been done to death, Pokémon is usually the first to come to mind. While I grew up watching and loving the original Pokémon series as a kid and dabbed in Pokémon Advanced, I found myself wondering if anyone still likes the series. In all honesty, this was the time when I found myself becoming less of a fan ever since high school happened. However, I still enjoyed the franchise as a kid as it offered something I always wanted to go on: that is on an adventure. For most people, Ash as the main protagonist isn’t very appealing. However, what I loved about him is that he never gives up in pursuing his dreams. And he can be too kind to other people as well. I then decided to ask a friend about their opinion about the Diamond and Pearl […]
Lylia’s Top 5 Light Novel Series with Romance Top 5 light novel series with romance Kasou Ryouiki No Elysion Coming from the 5th light novel is Kasou Ryouiki No Elysion or Elysion Virtual Region. Got separated for a long time, the brother and sister, Taiga and Fuyuki, reunite once again and saves the virtual world from the bugs. The siblings that got separated for eight years will be reunited again. Tenryu Taiga is the athletic older brother. Tenryu Fuyuki is a programmer and the younger sister. But if they are going to live without anyone else helping them, they need funds to live together. So Fuyuki proposes to earn funds by defeating malicious bugs in the virtual world. Sibling love can be the most powerful love too. Because of the reunion of the Tenryu siblings that everything is possible with them. Isekai wa Smartphone […]
As you may have seen last week, I’ve posted Part I of my Cardcaptor Sakura review. I covered some of the basics of the anime there. I suggest you read it first before continuing to this review. Without delaying it any further, here’s Part 2! Cardcaptor Sakura: The Comical Side Of Things The series has a surprising knack for clever comedic timing and delivery. Not necessarily to a gut-busting level, but certainly to a point where it’s even funnier than your run-in-the-mill anime series. The show knows how to emphasize a joke without explaining what it meant. As is clear from almost the first scene, Sakura’s older brother Touya teases her for being a “monster”. When Sakura loudly retorts that she doesn’t stomp around, the camera emphasizes her feet and the sound design makes it feel explosive – in other terms like she’s on a stomping […]
When her master finally takes her to the infamous Konohanatei, Yuzu finally gets to work at the place she wants to belong to. Find out more on my review of Konohana Kitan.