Hello everyone! It’s Rand. In case if you don’t know I’ve been covering a number of Seiyuu to show another side of the medium we all know and love. Some info might be trivial but it gives a good insight to why this person decided to jump into the voice acting scene. Hiya. It’s Aria… Continue reading 5 Rising Seiyuu to Lookout for
Seiyuu Feature: Katsuyuki Konishi
What is the first thing when you hear his name? A leader? A hero? A mecha pilot? A brother? A Pokémon? If you guess them all, then you got it right. This Seiyuu in particular is closely associated with a well-known genre since the beginning of the medium of anime: Mecha. Sometimes he can show… Continue reading Seiyuu Feature: Katsuyuki Konishi
Seiyuu Feature: Mariya Ise
Next on our list is a Seiyuu with versatility. And I mean it. You don't see her name often as she has made her mark in the voice acting scene. For one, she rarely focuses on radio. Plus her discography is quite small having only sung 12 anime theme songs so far and the majority… Continue reading Seiyuu Feature: Mariya Ise
Seiyuu Feature: Kenjiro Tsuda
Seiyuu (声優)A person who provides voice-overs for characters and narration for various types of media. Includes anime, video games, audio dramas, radio, live-action stints, and dubbing for non-Japanese media. Sometimes even has a discography on the side. One fact you need to take note: the extra letter "u" is important in written Romaji. If you… Continue reading Seiyuu Feature: Kenjiro Tsuda
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
Struggles of Seasonal Shows
At this point I don't know how the hell I was able to keep up. Between work, finding time for yourself, and other things sure make me question if it's all worth it. Every season, there's the usual impressions of not knowing whether the anime is good or bad. Then comes some of the first… Continue reading Struggles of Seasonal Shows
Miss Kobayashi’s Dragon Maid: Communication is Key
Being by yourself can get dull especially when you follow the same routine over and over. One's adult life can drastically change if one isn't with the right person, until a dragon appears right at your front door. In a drunken moment, Miss Kobayashi somehow met a dragon named Tohru in a supposed "dream" who… Continue reading Miss Kobayashi’s Dragon Maid: Communication is Key
The Position of Original Anime
At one point in consuming so much anime you might come across a show that isn't based on any existing source. Not all shows can rely on manga, light novels, video games, and quite rarely these days, visual novels. This is called original anime. Way back, anime used to be a means of advertising a… Continue reading The Position of Original Anime
Where Are the Shoujo Anime?
I don't know when was the last time Shoujo anime became prominent. For some time, there has been fewer and fewer series of this demographic turned into anime counting the remake of Fruits Basket. Did something change? Maybe. If you're like me who keeps up with seasonal anime, you could already guess what are the… Continue reading Where Are the Shoujo Anime?
15 Bara Manga for Beginners (18+)
I've been discussing the Bara genre for some time now. And at this point this is what most of you are waiting for. Before you take a dive into this the topics explored contains some of the most explicit themes and it may not be suitable for everyone. I'm making it a point here. The… Continue reading 15 Bara Manga for Beginners (18+)
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