the otaku wonderland
With as many idol anime as we have now, there is also a plethora of idols with an array of different, colorful personalities, and one of them is the ever-popular “chuunibyou” attribute.
Koe no Katachi is a series I strangely only had experience reading the one shot. By the time I realize the manga actually exists (typical of my relationship with manga in general), the film was greenlit before I even had the chance to consider reading it, so I opted for the film.
Though because I read the one-shot, I know at least what to expect from the movie (this is from someone who rarely even check synopsis). And boy did I ever love the living hell out of the one-shot. Koe no Katachi is a poignant story revolving around a deaf girl and how she influences all those she met in her life.
Sometimes when you watch anime, you might notice cats, and I mean hordes of them. These little furballs can be seen everywhere and because they are so cute, nekomimi are almost always associated with moe anime characters — paired up with a cat tail and a cute little fang and it will create a shockwave so explosive a second big bang will erupt, literally altering the laws of the universe.
Anyway, Japanese love their cats but why?
Pretty Cure is a long running magical girl franchise and is a series which I have been busy watching for the past couple of months. To those who watched some of the seasons, you would know that the PreCure battles are just as much physical as it is magical. As I’m a master martial artist myself (lol), I have mastered the Precure Fighting Style, and I’m here to share some of the techniques.