Another Anime Expo has come and gone for me. It was once again a complete blast (Aside from the fact that The X-Games were taking place at the same time in the same place), although I only went for Days 2 and 3 and didn`t take as many pictures as I usually do. Regardless, I thought I`d quickly share with you what I did take, as well as the loot I acquired.
(Hey guys! Sorry it`s been so long since I`ve posted! I`ve been very busy finishing up school and, now that I`m done, I can finally start writing entries again. I don`t normally write reviews on video games, but I just had to when I played this one. I hope you guys like it! More Japanese Pop Culture stuff is on the way!)
It`s always been debated that video games are another way to express creativity and ingenuity. Continually, developers are pushing video games in a direction that we never thought possible. Many doubt that this medium can be used to create true art.
Then comes thatgamecompany (flOw, Flower) and brings with them their latest game, Journey for the PS3. What it brings is an experience unlike any other.
Should you embark on this quest or stay behind and leave it to the more adventureous types? This is my review on Journey.
(This review will, as always, be as spoiler-free as possible. Pictures are NOT mine.)
It’s that time of the week again! Usagi Drop episode 6 is here, and for those of you who have been following my blog, you know what that means. This week it’s about trees, cereal, and Rin. You can never have too much Rin.
So, does it hold up to the manga once again? Or does it fall short? Read on to find out!
(Disclaimer: This is simply my opinion. Mild spoilers are ahead, as usual.)
Usagi Drop‘s 5th episode of the anime adaptation is upon us! For those who have been following the series since the beginning or have been readers of the manga, this week’s episode has Daikichi meet with a certain person. Who is that person? Does the anime continue to hold true to the manga? Read on to find out!
(Note: This is all my opinion. Light spoilers as usual. You have been warned.)
Hello there, Comrades! Welcome back for another one of my impressions of the anime adaptation of Usagi Drop. We’re already on episode 4 of this 11 episode half season, and things have moved along nicely. But does this episode once again maintain the quality of the manga? Read on to find out!
(Note: Very mild spoilers ahead. Will not take away from your enjoyment of the episode or the manga. This is all my opinion.)
The 3rd episode Usagi Drop‘s anime adaptation has aired, and it’s time once again to give you a short analysis of the episode, how it measures up with the manga, and my overall thoughts. Is it once again a job well done? Or does it fall short? Let’s get started, shall we?
(Note: Beware of light spoilers. Nothing too critical, though.)
Well, it’s over. Unita Yumi’s tale of a 30-year old man who took in his grandfather’s illegitimate daughter as his own has had it’s last chapter (56) translated into English. My favorite manga is over T-T
And I must say, what an amazing, amazing manga.
(This is my overall view of the manga. It will not be a review. Spoilers are present. You have been warned. Pictures are NOT mine. This is all MY opinion. If you disagree, by all means do. Just show some respect.)