My Favorite Summer Series: The Detective Is Already Dead

Picture this, you are in a commercial aircraft going who knows where in a three-piece suit, a carry-on you have no idea contains, and an overwhelming urge to have a smoke. That is of course because you are a grown man, one attuned to shady business treading the fine line between morally questionable to straight-upContinue reading “My Favorite Summer Series: The Detective Is Already Dead”

Hiring The Services Of A Mythical Beast: Miss Kobayashi’s Dragon Maid.

The grind is something most people deal with every day. Rather it is work, school, or some other tasks that usually yield some sort of currency or social acceptance. Naturally, when it comes to the grind there is an equal, opposite, action that usually is used as some sort of decompressing action. Some of theseContinue reading “Hiring The Services Of A Mythical Beast: Miss Kobayashi’s Dragon Maid.”

How Not To Handle A Diplomatic Cluster: Terror In Resonance

Let me paint a picture for you readers out there. It’s mid-summer, the sun making any activity outside unbearably miserable. A faint scent of chlorine calls you towards a small pool, the scent getting stronger as you get closer and closer. Added with the smell is the sound of girls talking, a not-so-friendly banter asContinue reading “How Not To Handle A Diplomatic Cluster: Terror In Resonance”

Telling Stories With Music: Carole And Tuesday.

‘He said there’s things that I wanna fix But you know this shit n*gga, politics Don’t stop fighting and don’t stop believing You can make the world better for your kids before you leave it’ -J. Cole Music is one of the oldest arts to grace man, and like most arts, can be used toContinue reading “Telling Stories With Music: Carole And Tuesday.”

Experiencing Japanese Poems Through Anime: Words Bubble Up Like Soda Pop

Lights in the summer nightmake a false startIn the evening sunset Haikus are literary icons. Japanese poems that follow the simple rule 5 7 5, three lines, 17 syllables. But the thing they never really teach in American English class is how broadly fantastic these poems can be in their native language. Within the JapaneseContinue reading “Experiencing Japanese Poems Through Anime: Words Bubble Up Like Soda Pop”

Osamake Gave Me Brain Damage

“With this, Sueharu will have no choice but to look at me as a serious contender for his heart. I will finally be free of the little sister motion, oh Sueharuonii-chan!” Bitch, just a thought I had, but, ya know, if you don’t want to be seen as the little sister, you ever considered stopContinue reading “Osamake Gave Me Brain Damage”

Kidnapping 305: Higehiro

Being an adult is hard sometimes, droning even. We by our very nature get caught up in the day-to-day cycle of waking, working, resting, just to do it all over again. I live in the United States, a country that is at best, a dysfunctional society. Typically speaking, if two adults meet for the firstContinue reading “Kidnapping 305: Higehiro”

Budget KonoSuba: Combatants Will Be Dispatched!

Few shows reach comedic praise much like KonoSuba: God’s Blessing on This Wonderful World! An isekai story that drafts how life in a new world would be like if you were a bit of a scum bag, and your party, about as useless as they come. It’s no secret I love KonoSuba, one of theContinue reading “Budget KonoSuba: Combatants Will Be Dispatched!”

The Wonderful War Tag Addition that is Eighty-Six

Out of the Spring 2021 lineup, I can only think of one series that auto got a green light for a season 2. A super popular light novel turns manga and anime adaption Eighty-Six. So watching the 11 episode season of the drone/ war series where no ‘humans’ die, I wasn’t quite sure how IContinue reading “The Wonderful War Tag Addition that is Eighty-Six”