Wakana Gojo is a shy high school boy with a passion for sewing clothing for hina dolls. Marin Kitagawa is a popular girl who is very interested in jumping into cosplay, but isn’t capable of making costumes. The crossing of their interests and the relationship that develops from it forms the basis of the manga… Read More Newman’s Nook: Don’t be a Doormat
For all the talk of uprisings in ACCA, what we’ve seen of Dowa kingdom has been very peaceful and fortunate. Certainly, there is a sense of unease, and we know there are greater events stirring behind the scenes, but the nation seems to be doing well overall. But in this time of tranquility, the people… Read More ACCA: A Hidden Spark
At last, we have come to the end of Orange. Throughout the story, we have been wondering whether it is, in fact, possible for Kakeru to make it out alive. With the danger that everything might turn out worse than before, only the ending could prove whether or not the letters could save anyone.
After getting so down on Futaba last week, I was really glad to see an entire episode dealing with her dilemma and her real desire to tell Yuuri the truth. But further, episode seven of Blue Spring Ride (Ao Haru Ride) continue to showed Futaba’s shortcomings, which are the same we all have. The show… Read More Blue Spring Ride, Episode 7: Honesty
At the end of episode four of Hourou Musuko, a scene occured which took me by surprise (in a good way). Chiba heads toward a facility – at first, we’re unsure of what it is, but it soon becomes clear that it is some sort of church or cathedral. There, she bows and prays. Dear… Read More Hourou Musuko Episode 04: A Prayer from the Heart
Like many of us, I have a laundry list of anime to watch. So this past week, I dived in. For whatever reason though, I decided to try a show that wasn’t on my checklist. And so, I began Cross Game, not knowing much about it and in fact confusing it with a much older show, Touch… Read More Cross Game of Love, Part I: Playing Games