The next season is a time to play catch-up. While we put last year behind now's the chance for many awaited sequels to be on the spotlight. As expected, there are some new shows and it's a tough competition. Let's see how it unfolds. Dr. Stone: Stone Wars It feels like only now the story… Continue reading Winter 2021: Back to the Way it Was?
Month: December 2020
Anime OP and ED Playlist of 2020
Looks like things went back like it was before but in a varied way. It's been some time since I've been tagged for a post. And anime music? Count me in. This was a topic I used to cover in past seasons. Thank you Mallow for giving me the chance. The original post did say… Continue reading Anime OP and ED Playlist of 2020
Upcoming Blog Plans
Hey there, Rand here. Going to slow things down for once and think about what could be the future of the blog. A Look at the Year This sounds like a broken record already; 2020 has been the most unexpected time for all of us. The final years of my time in college being a… Continue reading Upcoming Blog Plans
Anime X-Change: Flowers of Evil is a Harsh Reminder to Real Life
They say anime has to be beautiful to get one's attention. We are so caught up at the time where anything considered ugly will get hated. This isn't the case for this one. Flowers of Evil (Aku no Hana if you'd like to call it) has been on my Plan-to-Watch list for some time until… Continue reading Anime X-Change: Flowers of Evil is a Harsh Reminder to Real Life
Fall 2020 Seasonal Anime Wrap-up
I can't believe we're at the end of 2020. Does anyone still keep up? From a global phenomenon we cannot go back to what it was before. I still don't know what would come in store this 2021 to be honest. For anime, it's still alive and kicking. Let's give a moment of silence to… Continue reading Fall 2020 Seasonal Anime Wrap-up
Getting by in Ikebukuro West Gate Park
Gangs, drugs, underground life, immigration issues, shady deals, single mothers trying to stay afloat, and many more. For a title like Ikebukuro West Gate Park (shortened as IWGP), surely it's supposed to depict them. But what if you portray it in the most down-to-earth way possible while trying to stay serious? Well, you get another… Continue reading Getting by in Ikebukuro West Gate Park
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