The Art of Tsundere-ism in Rakudai Kishi no Cavalry


Rakudai Kishi no Cavalry, or just “Rakudai” henceforth for this post is a current airing anime of the Fall season, and it’s really released at quite the perfect timing-writing this post, I feel like I’m contradicting with some points I made on my previous post where I ranted about light novels and their over ambitious natures. Let me elaborate though.

I Can’t Believe My Light Novel Is This Ambitious

Shakugan no Shana, one of the most unique series ever.

Shakugan no Shana, one of the most “unique” series ever…

Back when I first watched Shakugan no Shana, I thought it’s an unique anime, but now not so much-this was also at a time where I didn’t even realize the series is based from light novels. I also love the Index series a lot when I first stumbled upon it. Fast forward to the present, I had begun to feel that it’s harder to appreciate these types of light novels-in particular, these types of action/supernatural-themed light novels and their over-ambitious natures.

Gakkou Gurashi! Review


Note: I tried to avoid spoilers the best I can, but just couldn’t do it without revealing at least a minor portion of it.
So, here’s a spoiler warning.

Gakkou Gurashi is an anime from the Summer 2015 season. While on the surface, it looks like a typical slice of life/cute girls doing cute things show, in reality…

Mimizuku to Yoru no Ou Review


Mimizuku to Yoru no Ou is a light novel by Kougyoku Izuki, a fairy tale about a human and a monster.

Set in a fantasy setting, the story puts you in the shoe of Mimizuku, a small human girl with chains on her wrists and ankles-who’s wandering around in the forest, looking to be devoured by monsters. Trespassing on the territory of King of Night, the king of the monsters however, refused to eat her. With no where to go, Mimizuku decided to stay in the King of Night’s residence for now-and thus the start of a fairy tale between a human and a monster.

4 Year Anniversary


Hmm, 4 years. I finally feel like a veteran-a veteran who still has problems grasping at the English language (still feel my writing’s kinda clunky).