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?
Yashasuiin!! - the loud shout that makes me goosebumped whenever I take a glimpse of a wide battlefield where thousands of skilled swordsmen, archers and crusaders line up in order to stain themselves with shedding blood, the blood that signifies the heroic will for the beloved name of one's kingdom. Meet Arslan, the young prince of … Continue reading The Heroic Legend of Arslan Review: Wield your Sword or Die
Entering a battlefield must be tough. You don't only wield your sword, dress up in a fully-suited armor and ride a horse as how you visualize a medieval era of crusaders to win a bloody battle. Resilience and valor are essential tools to awaken your fighting soul. After all, sustainability defines the ability to survive … Continue reading Survival of the Fittest: Aoharu X Kikanjuu Review
If someone inflicts pain onto you literally, do you do the same thing in return? Do you feel even better making them suffer for whatever wrong doings they do onto you? For instance, you feel the intense emotion, the strong feelings you hold when you deeply seek vengeance even for the simplest thing. As what … Continue reading Masamune-kun no Revenge – Review