For an hour and a half or so, it really did feel good to be back.
I swear, people think I’m kidding when I say True Tears is one of my favorite romance shows.
Because sometimes, we just don’t wanna hear ‘em.
(and *spoiler warning, just in case)
And is there even such a thing as an “anime hipster”?
Let me try something new this time around. If you’d remember, I made a post a while back about how we can learn stuff from anime and since then I’ve been a real fan of tangential learning. It might not be for all shows, but I truly believe that there are some that display quite effectively, concepts that classes seemingly make hard to understand.
And to start, I’ll show you guys how the story of fakes, impostors and little sisters might have actually gave you a small taste of some heavy Post-structuralism.
You can’t help but love this girl. I do at least
I bet you’ve never heard of this movie before. If you have, well, I lose
Let it be on the record that Garden of Words, from the time I’ve finished watching it, is now quite frankly my favorite Shinkai Makoto production. This coming from a very skeptic viewer of his many works over the past few years. So do expect me to praise this little wonder every now and then over the course of this review.
Ah, baseball. A sport I doubt I’d ever get a chance to play (mainly ‘cause the university I’m in doesn’t really offer it) or watch live. Nevertheless, the technicality of it all just gets me going - whether it’s the pitching, the run-hitting, the strategy, or everything else that goes on in between. That’s why for this Quick Look, I’ll be talking about… you guessed it, a baseball-themed anime.
One of my absolute favorite titles, and is, in my opinion, one of the more under-“watched” ones as well – Big Windup!
The jig is up – lady warden Snippettee has found me on twitter, and has called me out to the ani-blogger lineup to be questioned. I’m sure a great deal of you guys (if not, like, all of you guys) have encountered this game organized by Iso, but yeah, basically it’s a game wherein those who’re tagged are given a set of questions to answer (well, the game’s deadline has passed so I can’t really tag other people.)
So, yes, here’s me being interrogated