Dricam Is An Awesome Digital Manga About A Girl Who Drift Races

Drifting was born in Japan, and Initial D helped expose it to people everywhere. Because of its legacy in Japan, there are plenty of manga and anime about cars and racing. But besides Car Graffiti JK, I had never come across a car manga that had cutesy art (which is my weakness), though they don't … Continue reading Dricam Is An Awesome Digital Manga About A Girl Who Drift Races

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Love Letter to Seven Seas Entertainment, My Favorite Manga Publisher

I've said this before, and I will say it again: I'm a huge yuri fan. Since there still isn't a large number of anime that show girls in love, it goes without saying that I read a lot of yuri manga. My shelves at home are lined with it. And it's no coincidence that the majority … Continue reading Love Letter to Seven Seas Entertainment, My Favorite Manga Publisher

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Self Care in My Lesbian Experience with Loneliness (OWLS September Blog Tour)

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)

Yuri Anime and Manga: Validating Lesbian Relationships As Real (June OWLS Blog Tour)

It is is pride month! :3 And for pride month, the blogger group OWLS (Otaku Warriors For Liberty And Self Respect) which I am a part of has decided to celebrate LGBT characters in anime and manga. Here is our prompt for this month: June is known as “Pride Month” within the LGBT & Queer … Continue reading Yuri Anime and Manga: Validating Lesbian Relationships As Real (June OWLS Blog Tour)

Is Lizzy A Proper Lady? Part 2- An Analysis of Black Butler And The Gender Roles Of The Victorian Era

In my previous analysis, I explored female gender roles in the Victorian Era and discussed how Lizzy Midford from Black Butler fit into the social norms of the time. Based on the beginning of the manga and the three seasons of the anime that have been released so far, my conclusion was mixed. At the … Continue reading Is Lizzy A Proper Lady? Part 2- An Analysis of Black Butler And The Gender Roles Of The Victorian Era