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Category Archives: Twelve Days
So I’m in the back seat of a car in the middle of my two brothers, as the family is driving to our Grandmas’ to celebrate Thanksgiving.
This, my friends, is the face of a champion. Rail Wars! was a decent show.
Within the school of NouKome there lies two opposing forces, the Reject Five and the Popular Five, the lowest and highest ranking individuals among the schools popularity polls.
I wasn’t able to write a Twelve Days post yesterday, so I’m skipping to the Fifth Day of Anime. Sorry. With sports anime, the plot is often structured in a win or lose all sort of situation.
The summer season this year had quite a few examples of characters who either crossdressed or were gender-nonconforming in some way or another.
I’ll admit that as of this writing I still haven’t gotten around to watching the last five episodes of Symphogear G, but it still manages to earn a place on my series of Twelve Days posts.
Yuyushiki is one of my favorite shows for the year. It’s random sense of humor and fun characters make it both a hilarious and engaging slice of life comedy. I was hooked on it within the first few minutes, but there was one … Continue reading
Throughout its eleven episode run so far, Kill la Kill has captivated us and proved itself worthy of the expectations which were set upon Studio Trigger.
The first nine episodes of Uchouten Kazoku are pretty laid back, to the point where you could almost call it a slice of life anime.