Hi everyone! It's that time again- time for my monthly OWLS post. If you aren't aware, OWLS is a group of anime bloggers that promotes acceptance of all individuals regardless of race, gender, sexual orientation, religion and disability. We emphasize the importance of respect, kindness, and tolerance to every human being! Every month we are … Continue reading Themes of PTSD and Psychosis in School-Live! (OWLS September Blog Tour)
The first season of Euphonium made a huge impression among yuri fans, who ship the two main characters, Kumiko and Reina. As the first season progressed, the two girls grow closer and Kumiko confesses to Reina, who already has a love interest. With the second season approaching, fans were excited to see if anything would … Continue reading The End of Euphonium 2- Hints At Kumiko’s True Feelings For Asuka
Firstly, happy holidays to everyone reading this, no matter what holiday you celebrate or religion you practice. Below are five adorable Christmas (and New Years) anime episodes that are cute and heartfelt, perfect to watch if you want something lighthearted and cheerful for the holiday season. Please enjoy! Is The Order A Rabbit? Episode 11- The Girl … Continue reading 5 Kawaii Holiday Anime Episodes To Watch This Christmas!
Over the last few days, I have noticed a huge amount of blog posts and articles about horror anime to watch for Halloween. However, not everyone is a horror aficionado or simply may not like being frightened. In my time as an otaku, I have watched plenty of Halloween anime specials that are funnier than … Continue reading Halloween Laughs- 10 Spooky Anime Episodes That Are Lighthearted and Comical
As I was watching Seraph Of The End, I was bothered by the fact that Hyakuya Yuu, the main character, had a personality that reminded me of another character from anime I had watched a while back. And then I realized the other character was Okumura Rin. In this piece, I am going to compare … Continue reading Similar Shonen Characters: Okumura Rin (Blue Exorcist) and Hyakuya Yuuichiro (Seraph of The End)
Introduction A couple of months ago, I noticed fan art of Your Lie In April popping up everywhere on Instagram. With all of the hype, I decided to look up a synopsis of the show and learned that it's about Arima Kousei, a prodigy pianist, who loses his ability to play the piano after his mother’s … Continue reading Analysis: The Use Of Symbolism And Metaphor In Your Lie In April