Anime has always been a gift that keeps on giving. Sometimes it’s good music, touching stories, but undoubtedly, their most important gift to us has been… you guessed it, Husbandos! With so many husbandos for us to choose from, where do we even begin? Which one will we ever settle on? Here are 7 of my top picks!
The manga and anime community is now so large that a lot of mangas become so cliche, you feel like you’re just reading the same thing over and over again. They have the same plot and the characters’ personalities are all pretty much the same too.
However, there are some mangas out there that are unique and original, but they are not known by a lot of people. Here are 7 of them.
We have all experienced that moment when your favourite anime/manga ends and you have no idea what to do with your life since that anime/manga HAS been your life for over a few days or months or even years! Here is a helpful guide of sorts to help you recover after it all ends. Continue reading
Warning: The following post contains spoilers for Naruto (DUH!)
The Naruto manga ended 2 years ago on 10 Nov 2014. And while the TV series of it (Naruto Shippuuden) is still on-going, the epic final battle between Naruto and Sasuke finally aired, so technically the end of Naruto is upon us.
After spending literally more than half of my life watching/reading the series, I realised that Naruto really impacted my life. It has not just brought entertainment to my life, but has also taught me lessons about family, friendship and more. So as Naruto is reaching it’s final conclusion, here are 10 things Naruto taught me.
Bittersweet anime has and always will be one of my most favourite kind of anime to watch. It makes you cry, it makes you emotional, it just stabs you right in the kokoro. I have seen a lot, and I mean, A LOT of not only anime but also dramas/movies where my heart and my mind feels conflicted about all the mushed up complicated feelings.
So before I get all touchy-feely and ramble on and on, here are 7 bittersweet anime SERIES for the soul.
I’m a girl who reads Shoujo manga. You’re someone who wants to get with a girl. Maybe there’s something here that you’re curious about? I don’t know.
All I know is that Shoujo mangas, year after year, always come up with the same trends. There’s always a formula for its heroes and heroines; sometimes combined in different ways, but always leading down similar paths to a glorious, happy ending. Maybe it’s about time we learn a few things from fiction.
In a world dominated by male heroes that are definetely OP, the females are often regarded as objects for fan service. However, there are many of them who can beat up the heroes’ asses without blinking an eye. Here are 10 anime girls who could kick your ass!
The ACG (animation, comics, gaming) Community is rapidly growing every year, and thus the number of comic/manga authors around the globe has slowly been increasing too! Koreans are known to be fan of Japanese manga (even some popular K-Pop idols read them), but what do we know about Korean ‘mangas’?
The Korean term for manga is “manhwa” and over the years, many of them have gained immense popularity with some them even being adapted into dramas. The term “web manhwa” refer to manhwa that are posted online instead of traditional media, and recently, the web has been dominant form of media for “mangakas” to use in Korea.
Today I’m going to share some web manhwa that are so amazing, you’re missing out if you’ve never heard/read them before.
With the rapidly rising popularity and usability of internet, it seems like anything is possible with just a few click of a button…
…but with great power comes great responsibility. We tend to take much of our entertainment these days for granted and forget that the movie, music or game we enjoy is made with someone’s blood, tears and tons of money.
This is especially true for some of the more amazing anime that seem to have unlimited budgets, like Fate/Zero. As successful and profitable as those series are, there are still some studios suffering under the weight of rising costs and expectations from viewers.
One such company which has collapsed under this stress is none other than Manglobe. This studio was responsible for amazing anime like Samurai Champloo and their swan song, Gangsta.
If we want to avoid any other studio from ceasing operation, we’re going to have to play our part. Yes, that includes you and me and everyone else in this community! Here are ways that we can all help out:
Serious question: Is there really anyone left in this community who doesn’t know anything about Overwatch? Even if you’ve only heard it’s name, seen some fan art, haven’t heard from your friends in 8 days… (No joke, it is really that addictive.) Well, whether you know it or you don’t, we’ve got you covered. Let’s begin!
1. Overwatch was released by Blizzard on 24 May 2016 for the PC, Xbox One, and Playstation 4.
Within a month, the game amassed over 10 million registered players across the globe. That’s two times the population of the entire country of Singapore.