Hello, everyone. I am back once again. As Ayano announced a while ago, I have become a full-time member of the Kawaiipaperpandas crew, however, I will be shifting to a bit of a lighter schedule, so now you will see stuff from me once every two weeks, assuming nothing happens to me. Speaking of stuff […]Read More In Times of Worry: Anime as a Distraction from the World
Hello everyone. Welcome back to this (kind of) mini-series where I almost, sort of review shows that I have enjoyed, either recently or in the past. For this review, I thought I would talk about a really obscure anime that not that many people have heard of: “Dr. Stone.” In case the sarcasm did not […]Read More Dr. Stone is a Good Anime
By now, the name Ghibli is just as anonymous with great animated as Pixar or Dreamworks here in the states. They have created classic after classic that lives on in the minds and hearts of everyone who has watched them. However, not all Ghibli films get that same level of love and recognition. Many, in […]Read More The Best Ghibli Film You Might Not Have Seen
Welcome, weebs, to Ani- Oh, wait, this is supposed to be for Ayano. Hmmm, well I suppose it would not be a bad idea to potentially attract some new fans. Those who know me from my main blog know that my favorite anime is without a doubt “March Comes in Like a Lion.” I initially […]Read More Gushing About “March Comes in Like a Lion,” But on this Blog
Many of those who have seen the anime “Steins;Gate” are also likely vaguely aware of the shared 5pb universe that it is housed under. However, even less are aware of one of that universe’s better entries, “Robotics;Notes.” Despite its lack of popular appeal, “Robotics;Notes” remains one of the best shows to come out of 2012, […]Read More Many People Slept on “Robotic;Notes,” But You Shouldn’t
A few weeks ago I wrote a piece about a particular debate that has been surrounding anime for quite some time, that being the debate over the definition of anime. However, there are quite a few others that I find particularly interesting, and so I thought it a good idea to cover another one of […]Read More Are Archetypes Bad For Anime?
It has become a sort of annual tradition among members of the anime community to mock the Crunchyroll Anime Awards when fan voting comes around, for not totally unjustified reasons. When the Anime Awards first were first done back in 2017, the results were almost laughable. The awards themselves were all decided by popular vote, […]Read More Do Most Fans Care About the Anime Awards? No, But the Fans Still Matter