It's that time of year again! I started this little yearly breakdown last year and had a great time doing it. So for 2017 I'm bringing it back to talk about what an amazing year it's been! Hit the jump to find out which anime in the first half of the year caught my eye!
I've been drawing a hell of a lot lately, so I figured its time for a new portfolio update!
Let's be honest. "Isekai" is a disgustingly overblown genre that is filled with some of the worst dreg in both manga and anime. In order to sift through the bad and painfully mediocre, I've come up with ways to tell whether a protagonists trip to another world is worth the time or if it's just another additive to the dump heap.
Life is Strange was one of the worst outings in choice-making game design in my opinion. Everything was abnormally subpar and hardly worth the time. So when the sequel-prequel to the series, Before the Storm was announced, I could not wait to start the hate train once again. Unfortunately for me, I ended up actually liking the first episode. Hit the jump to find out why I've grown a heart.
With the new anime season comes more hits! But not just sequels to recent hits pepper this season, but also the sequel series to one of the biggest anime of all time, Naruto! His son Boruto has had a mixed start for some people, but upon further analysis, I believe his initial faults are opportunities for the anime to shine. Find out why after the jump!
Well, it was one of the hottest anime comedies of last year, and seeks to take that trophy again this year with its second season. For the occasion, I've decided to sit down and really think about what makes KonoSuba gut-bustingly hilarious.
For a long time, I've had an urge to create stories. While I still believe it's a far ways off for me to create full-fledged tales, I would like to share a tale I've been crafting for a long time. It's styled as a fable and folk-tale, and I hope you enjoy this story, as I have many more in the pipeline. Sit back and enjoy my first short story in a long time, The Specter, a tale of sorrow, tragedy, and pride.