To say that the Todoroki family in My Hero Academia is broken is an understatement. The father, Enji (know to the public as Endeavor, the number one hero), was abusive to both his children and wife. He’s trying to mend his ways, but the damage he left is much more akin to that of a… Read More Todoroki and Breaking Through Ice and Fire
Just in time for a brand new season of My Hero Academia, our cosplayer Paris returns with another cosplay by Neverland Balloons. This time, she gathers all her fiery intensity, straps a canon to each forearm, and cosplays a fem!Bakugou: These photos came out really nice for being simply shot on an iPhone! Here are… Read More Cosplay Beats! Balloon Bakugou
I don’t have a special affinity for Deku, the previous little cinnamon roll who is destined to become the number one hero in the world of My Hero Academia. He’s a little too sugary sweet for me, a confection that isn’t particular to my taste. That analogy to a cinnamon roll is actually spot on,… Read More Deku Doesn’t Worship the World (But I Do)
My Hero Academia seemed to arrive at just the right time. The anime premiered just as many of the shounen greats of the past were coming to an end, and there was a need for a monster one to replace them as the show that would define a generation of young anime fans. MHA was… Read More Eri the Bruised Read
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Welcome to Doki Doki News, your source for updates in the world of anime, gaming, and otakudom, for the week of November 29th through December 5th! Check out latest episode in our player below, or subscribe to us on SoundCloud, where you can also find breaking news episodes! Have you been playing Genshin Impact? Excited… Read More Doki Doki News: A Third MHA Film, Princess Connect Arrives, and Award-Winning Genshin Impact!
I’m excited to formally introduce our newest staff member, Paris! She’s been cosplaying for a number of years, frequents the anime and comic conventions around Texas, and—this is cool and very related to what we do—is a seminary graduate! She’s also a good friend, and I’m excited to have her join our staff as our… Read More Cosplay Beats: Froppy (Gero Gero)!
Well, what a time! I´m 27 this year, and as I start to resemble more a seinen protagonist that a shōnen one, I know I want to be both, and I have for a long time. Long before I first watched Erased four years ago, the hope that a balance of both adventure, wonder, innocence,… Read More The Shōnen Guide to the Eucharist
Easter is already halfway to Pentecost, and the myriad colors of a Your lie in April-style spring shine in the Northwest Spain countryside where I live. We have just received the announcement of the end of the first and stricter period of our national lockdown, and while most of the safety restrictions will likely keep… Read More Easter: Ten Anime for the Ten Commandments (III)
We continue our Holy Week series about anime and disability with a guest post by my former editor, Allison Alexander. Her newest work, Super Sick: Making Peace with Chronic Illness, will be available on Amazon, Barnes & Noble, The Book Depository, and other major booksellers beginning on April 17th. “If you’re not busy, you’re doing… Read More All Might and the Importance of Rest