If you know anything about me, you know that I LOVE idols. So, when I heard about the anime Music Girls (Ongaku Shoujo), I needed to check it out. Right away, I could tell this anime was going to be... different. The series is about a girl named Hanako and an unpopular idol group called … Continue reading Music Girls (Ongaku Shoujo) Anime Review
Hi everyone - it's time for my monthly OWLS post! For September, our theme was self-care, and I immediately thought of Nagata Kabi's manga My Lesbian Experience with Loneliness. This compelling biographical manga tells the real-life story of Nagata, a Japanese women who dealt with depression, anxiety, and mental illness for years before accepting her … Continue reading Self Care in My Lesbian Experience with Loneliness (OWLS September Blog Tour)
After four days of early morning bus rides, questionable meals from food truck, and navigating around thousands (literally) of people, I survived New York Comic Con 2017! And soon, I am going to do it all again at NYCC 2018 as new correspondent! Last year, I had a great time overall, but my favorite part … Continue reading Interview with RWBY’s Kerry Shawcross and Lindsay Jones
Hey, everyone~ This piece was originally part of a longer piece called Analysis: The Use Of Symbolism And Metaphor In Your Lie In April. However, that blog post was super long, so I decided to break it into two parts. Part 2 will look at symbols and metaphors in Your Lie in April that serve … Continue reading The Use Of Symbolism And Metaphor In Your Lie In April Part 2 – Other Symbols
A couple weeks ago, the Nerdy Girl News and I decided to team up and do a collab post about some of our favorite unknown anime series. With all of the other shows that are out there, some have slipped through and don't get the attention they deserve. Because of that, it's our mission to … Continue reading Unknown Anime That Deserve Attention- Collab Post with Nerdy Girl News!
Hey everyone, it's time for my monthly OWLS post! If you aren't aware, OWLS is a group of otaku bloggers whose goal is to use anime to spread acceptance to everyone, regardless of their ethnicity, religion, sexual orientation, etc. Our theme this month was "Journey." The prompt was: We have all heard this saying in some … Continue reading The Journey and History of Yuri Part 1 (OWLS 2018 “Journey” Blog Tour)
Something about tragic literature has always fascinated me. Although the events are usually upsetting, I find some kind of strange beauty behind it. Take Elfen Lied for instance - it's one of the bloodiest anime ever made and yet I find it gorgeous. Because of my fascination with fictional tragedy, Macbeth is one of my … Continue reading Ninagawa Macbeth: A Japanese Rendition of Shakespeare’s Classic