Is Comic Girls Generic?

https://youtu.be/PZsD9l8084o   I know I haven't updated this blog in eternity, but I figured I should post this on my blog old times sake. I miss you guys *sniff sniff*. I'm more into making videos now, so if I do create stuff it will probably be in video form, and I'll probably post it here. … Continue reading Is Comic Girls Generic?

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Lucky Star’s Strength Isn’t (just) Humor

  Many criticize Lucky Star for not being funny, but what these people miss is that it’s more concerned with being relatable through exploring its characters rather than making jokes.   There are times when it makes sense to judge slice of life on how funny it is, such as when looking at an anime … Continue reading Lucky Star’s Strength Isn’t (just) Humor

Ichigo Mashimaro is a Carefree Dreamscape of Happiness

Watching Ichigo Mashimaro is like dreaming about relaxing in a strawberry spaceship that's lazily floating its way through a galaxy of marshmallow stars and barely thrust forward by girls with distinctive character designs on hamster wheels. It’s nice, to say the least. The first episode flaunts its disregard for narrative progression with long dialog sequences, … Continue reading Ichigo Mashimaro is a Carefree Dreamscape of Happiness

Watamote’s Humorous and Unflinching Depiction of Teenage Suffering

The most interesting thing about Watamote is that it depicts Tomoko Kuroki’s bleak teenage life with both humor and unflinching accuracy. The series starts with an omniscient narrator proclaiming this is a trivial story about a girl–Tomoko Kuroki, who is sat alone in her dark room with her first day of high-school on the horizon and … Continue reading Watamote’s Humorous and Unflinching Depiction of Teenage Suffering