The concept of death and the afterlife has been utilized in Anime countless times already. Usually it’s for drama-themed titles, like AnoHana, and, to some extent, Angel Beats!. It’s a really interesting theme, and it is almost, always presented in a different manner than another. The title that I’m going to talk about is truly something different from any that I’ve seen.
The sheer cruelty of life, and a ray of hope stuffed in two hours. Here’s a quick look at Colorful.
I think that at least some if not all anime fans have their own list of shows they do plan to watch, on the ever expanding future. Those shows that you hear are good, so you decide to try it out some day. Or shows that really piqued your interest, but you never have the time to watch it. Maybe even shows that you just know you want to watch, but can’t get yourself to do so. Whatever reason it may be, I’m sure you guys have at least one or two titles (if not a whole list) that you really really wanna watch, before you go and “kick the bucket”
With that said, I present to you the first part (yeah, it’s a long list) of my Anime Bucket List.
To those who may have noticed, I haven’t posted anything lately. The past few weeks were pretty rough at school alongside some personal matters, and I couldn’t get the free time that I wanted so I could write. No worries though, all is well again, and I’ll be making posts this coming week.
On a different note, according to MAL I have now officially watched 100 anime titles (yeah, it ain’t a lot yet, but it’s still awesome to know) And what show completed the list? None other than the recently finished Steins;Gate. Very awesome.
So yeah, I’ll be back ^^
I admit, I haven’t been much of a mecha fan nowadays. Back when I was younger though, a lot of mecha shows were dubbed by our local television. The likes of Voltes V, Daimos, and later on, a few Gundam shows, like Wing and Seed. I was a fan of the genre for some time. But that was then, and the only mecha that I have on my list besides those is Code Geass (yep, haven’t watched TTGL)
Which brings us to this Quick Look. After looking for some anime with a ‘psychological’ theme, I stumbled across this show, at first thinking it was just another mecha show. Apparently, it’s a mighty bit more psychological than it appears to be, to my surprise. Here’s Bokurano.