Sword Oratoria female cast

The Diverse Women of Sword Oratoria (March 2019 OWLS Tour)

Danmachi Season 2 was just announced, and I am super excited~! Not only because it's been 4 years since Season 1, but because I'll also get to see some of my favorite characters back in action. And, unsurprisingly or not, most of my favorites from the show are women. (I love Bell-kun too, though.) With a … Continue reading The Diverse Women of Sword Oratoria (March 2019 OWLS Tour)

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Unknown Anime That Deserve Attention Part 2! Collaboration with Nerdy Girl News

Rai: Hi everyone, NerdyGirl from Nerdy Girl News and I are back with Round 2 of our collab, where we focus on lesser known anime that deserve some attention. In the first collab, we talked about Inuyasha, Shugo Chara and much more. Make sure to go back and read Part 1 if you haven’t. Now... … Continue reading Unknown Anime That Deserve Attention Part 2! Collaboration with Nerdy Girl News

Loving and Connecting with Your Monster Pet (OWLS Adore Blog Tour)

Hi everyone, it's been a while, but this month I am participating in an OWLS blog tour! 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. Every month, the members of OWLS are given … Continue reading Loving and Connecting with Your Monster Pet (OWLS Adore Blog Tour)

Tenchi Muyo Ryo-Ohki Main Characters

Tenchi Muyo Character Talk Part 2 (Collab with Mechanical Anime Reviews)

Hey everyone, welcome to my collab with Scott from Mechanical Anime Reviews. A while back, Scott and I were talking about space girls and we realized that we both like the classic sci-fi anime Tenchi Muyo. And that's how this collab was born! A big thanks to Scott for inviting me along 🙂 However, this … Continue reading Tenchi Muyo Character Talk Part 2 (Collab with Mechanical Anime Reviews)

Interview with Princess Principal Director Masaki Tachibana

Last year, Princess Principal was one of my surprise favorites. In fact, I think it took a lot of people by surprise - it seemingly came out of nowhere and blew everyone away with its adorable yet bad-ass characters, interesting and dynamic story, and its awesome steam punk setting. Then, I received another welcomed surprise … Continue reading Interview with Princess Principal Director Masaki Tachibana