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
While at first it was supposed to be a sequel dominated season, surprisingly even the new series are worth watching. Is this a one-in-a-lifetime thing or it only happens at the start of every new decade? I don't know. As the first month of 2021 comes to a close, anime continues to thrive in spite… Continue reading Seasonal Impressions: Winter 2021
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
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 (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
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?