From ‘Lowest Low’ to Horimiya, Marisa Duran Rises from Depression to Acting and Life Success

When Horimiya premiered during the winter 2021 anime season, it was accompanied by an abundance of buzz. Featuring a beautiful, dreamy quality to the animation, and based on a beloved manga, curiosity for the series was heightened further when Funimation announced a diverse and largely lesser known group of actors for the English voice cast,… Read More From ‘Lowest Low’ to Horimiya, Marisa Duran Rises from Depression to Acting and Life Success

Light Novel Club Chapter 34: Sword Art Online Progressive, Vol. 1

Yo! In my admittedly limited experience, Sword Art Online seems to be one the most polarizing anime around. People are either “We hates it, Precious!” or “It’s awesome!” Nobody ever says “Sword Art Online? What’s that?” Well, after the original light novel became a series (one which is up to twenty-two volumes now), author Reki… Read More Light Novel Club Chapter 34: Sword Art Online Progressive, Vol. 1

Reader’s Corner: The Walking Cat, Her Majesty’s Swarm, and Doing His Best to Confess

The Walking Cat: A Cat’s-Eye-View of the Zombie Apocalypse, Vol. 1 I didn’t really used to get into zombie stories. However, the idea of a zombie story told from the perspective of a cat trying to survive the apocalypse definitely piqued my interest. Seven Seas published The Walking Cat as a single volume omnibus containing… Read More Reader’s Corner: The Walking Cat, Her Majesty’s Swarm, and Doing His Best to Confess

First Impression: Demon Slayer: Kimetsu no Yaiba (Season Two)

Demon Slayer: Kimetsu no Yaiba season two is here and the first episode started out with a fiery bang! If you’ve seen the movie, Mugen Train, you can be encouraged to know that this whole episode centers around the passionate Rengoku and delivers all the happy vibes that I was hoping for (especially in light of… Read More First Impression: Demon Slayer: Kimetsu no Yaiba (Season Two)