"Are human beings truly equal?" - Kiyotaka Ayanokouji. It's an absurd idea to question about equality but somehow ends up with an interesting concept. Let me share my views as well: Equality is irrational. It does not exist in the world full of lies and insecurities. While others are born with skills and talents, others are … Continue reading Classroom of the Elite Review: A Genuine Approach to Philosophical Society
In the Japanese cultural trend, Touken Ranbu is one of the most popular web browser games among history buffs. Anyone who has played the game should be capable enough to understand the mechanics of its universe. If you're trying to figure it out, then the simple description would be - beautiful swords, protecting the Japanese … Continue reading Katsugeki Touken Ranbu Review: Dissatisfaction Behind Its Remarkable Animation
In relation to shoujo manga, CLAMP is one of the most iconic creators you've always encountered in the Japanese media since your childhood. From the fantastical experience of watching Cardcaptor Sakura during the old times to the growing popularity of Tsubasa: Reservoir Chronicles few years thereafter, it was truly a great pleasure to meet those awesome … Continue reading Chobits Review: Better Than Your Heavy Dose of Ecchi
Without a doubt, Summer 2017 anime titles are potentially worth to anticipate. Most of the shows are new to me, well at least, except for Saiyuki Reload Blast which is an ultimate nostalgia for fans of the legendary franchise, and I've been one of them. For this season, other than the sequel of Saiyuki which … Continue reading Shoukoku no Altair’s First Episode: Does It Make A Parallel To The Real-Life History?
Mystery, or more specifically, a detective piece of fiction isn't my cup of tea, and you might have figured it out based on the anime titles I used to mention in various sites. Ironically, I have always enjoyed watching Detective Conan because of its thought-provoking scenarios that have squeezed my mind from gathering the fragments … Continue reading GOSICK – Review