Hello all you wonderful people! I’m back on KawaiiPaperPandas again! At 11am Eastern time I had no idea what I was going to write for you all today, but I think I finally figured something out. I had been thinking about what I watch as a whole and what I actually enjoy watching (as some of what I watch I don’t actually tend to enjoy all that much). Now, just because I don’t like something doesn’t mean I won’t watch it. I have a hard time dropping shows that I start because I feel like I just committed to something and I need to see it through. I will admit, though, that I don’t watch as many shows per season as most of current followers and readers on my blog (I guess that would extend to here, too) because my attention span and memory aren’t all that great. But what drives me to finish a seasonal anime?

To give you an example, during the Autumn 2018 and Winter 2019 seasons I started around sixteen shows per season. I think I finished with about five each. And that wasn’t because I didn’t enjoy the shows I started, it was simply because I forgot what days they aired, fell behind a few weeks, and then forgot about them completely until the next season started. I had a few moments where I went “Oh, X show! Wait, I never finished that did I?” I had a friend yell at me every time we saw each other because I hadn’t finished “How Not To Summon a Demon Lord” (And I still haven’t finished that…a show that aired Summer 2018. Perhaps I should finish that? Maybe…) So, with that I’ll list a few of the shows I watched during the Winter 2019 and Spring 2019 seasons (because I feel like staying in 2019) and go into why I finished a few of them.

 

Winter 2019:

The Rising of the Shield Hero; The Promised Neverland; Domestic Girlfriend; Kaguya-sama Love is War; Kakegurui xx; The Quintessential Quintuplets; Magical Girl Spec-Ops Asuka.

Is there anything about these shows that have anything in common, or is it a more balanced viewing on my part? While I will say that comedies aren’t on my usual watch-list, Kaguya-sama and The Quintessential Quintuplets were real treats for the comedy/slice-of-life-esque shows. Asuka was a total letdown in a vein of shows I have tried to get into over and over each year (the magical girl shows, just to analyze them) as the progression was blindly advancing with no real motive; and Domestic Girlfriend was my trashy anime for the season (which I loved! It was so odd and ridiculous I couldn’t stop watching).

However, the two shows that garnered the most response from me were Shield Hero and The Promised Neverland. Both were amazing in my eyes as we got to see true progression from the main cast of characters. There was a solid idea of what the characters were trying to accomplish, and villains that seemed to truly test our protagonists. Other than that, though, there wasn’t much in common with any of these shows that I can see of the top of my head.

Naofumi’s progression from a cast-aside, hate filled, Devil of the Shield character to someone who was one of the most compassionate, trustworthy, and well-rounded characters I’ve seen in a while was one of the main reasons I continued watching Shield Hero week after week (with some Raphtalia awesomeness thrown in there as well). And then there was Emma, Ray, Norman, and the rest of the children from The Promised Neverland. Each of them had their own skill set, each of them had brains and an ability to connect with the viewers in some way because of who they were, what they did, and how they acted. While I will say that later in the manga I didn’t like Emma’s character as much (I grew to like Ray more), this season of The Promised Neverland was well done in both the animation and art departments and the storytelling. Character progression made these two shows for me, and that’s saying something (as that’s primarily what I look for in watching shows) as they’ve only been around for a short time.

 

Spring 2019:

Bungou Stray Dogs; Attack on Titan; Kimetsu no Yaiba; Wise Man’s Grandson; Carole & Tuesday; Midnight Occult Civil Servants; We Never Learn; and some shorts…

The Spring 2019 season didn’t have as much going for it in my book as compared to the Winter 2019 season, but we did get some decent to good shows this time around. Attack on Titan came back with a bang and didn’t let up; Bungou Stray Dogs ramped up their second season with a thrilling third season that is looking to be my anime of the year contender (we’ll see how that plays out); the comedy show Wise Man’s Grandson was decent in a way, but eventually fell flat in my experience; Carole & Tuesday continued to impress me even though it was slower than the others I was watching; and Kimetsu no Yaiba…how can I put this…burned out after about ten episodes for me. We Never Learn was decent for what it was, but really it wasn’t what I expected it to be considering my friend was amping it up to be a great comedy (having read the manga).

 

In looking at all the shows I have listed here, is there any common denominator that kept me interested? I don’t see a solid genre of shows, so that can’t be it (although watching only a single genre in a season seems ridiculous). No, what I think kept me watching each of these shows was, for the most part, the progression we got throughout the weeks the shows aired. While I know some of the shows didn’t have as much progression, there was still some. The most interesting progression in my eyes came from The Rising of the Shield Hero, Attack on Titan, The Promised Neverland, and Bungou Stray Dogs.

What can we surmise from this list? Character progression is the key factor in making a show worthwhile for one or multiple seasons. Attack on Titan had great character development through its third season, giving us backstory we anime-only viewers didn’t know, connecting dots and going all the way back to the basement that had been denied us since season one. With the thunder spears leading off the second half of season three, we got a look at just how far the Scout Regiment was willing to go in order to take the threat of the titans away from humanity. We got a look at the history of Grisha Yaeger, the family history of Eren, and how this whole titan business started. Marley and Eldia, the political structure of the Marleyans (is that how it’s spelled?) and what they were doing to the Eldians.

Okay, and here, I do want to take a small tangent and talk about the historical aspect of this Marley vs Eldia thing. Yes, it is full of Nazism. It’s true. The Marleyans were subjecting the Eldians like they did the non-Aryans which included Jews–even German Jews; homosexuals;  Blacks; communists; Gypsies; Slavic peoples in the Balkan states and Russia; and Muslims. Is the inclusion of that a bad thing? People complain that Attack on Titan has hints of Nazism, and I’d say it has pools of Nazism. However, is that really a bad thing to add into a story if it progresses the story and gives it life? The Nazi regime and their persecution of the groups above was a true and terrifying thing, and I think Attack on Titan has every right to base a story line off it to show a newer generation just how terrifying such a thing can be. If we bury the past we’re sure to repeat the past, so Attack on Titan throwing these historical aspects into our faces is, in my opinion, a good thing.

With everything relating to the historical aspects of Attack on Titan, it grabbed my attention even more than it already had through almost three complete seasons. I’m a huge history nerd, and my grandfather was even forced into the German army to fight in Stalingrad (he was born in 1927, so he was 14-15 years old and was seeing a Jewish girl at the time) and then again at the Battle of the Bulge in the Ardennes in Belgium in 1944-1945, so the fact that Nazism was that prevalent in Attack on Titan grabbed my attention in a matter of seconds. (Oh, and before attack me, fuck Nazis. Fuck Nazis. They forced my family member to be a pawn in their game at a young age–which is a personal hatred–and have no moral standing in the world at all because they’re sick, twisted, and subhuman. Fuck Nazis…) I also studied the political time frame of German history between 1918-1950 in school, so it’s something I sort of enjoy.

Anyway…on a topic other than Nazism and Germany, Bungou Stray Dogs was simply one where the story continued to surprise me. The different abilities of the Armed Detective Agency and Port Mafia, the character progression in how they all used their abilities, the undermining and backstabbing that went into each group prevalent in the show, the relationships each character had with another cast member (it was almost like you could match them up with one other and be like “yeah, they’re opposites”) and having to work together to take out a common enemy? Everything about Bungou Stray Dogs made me want more as the season progressed. And let’s not forget Akutagawa working with Atsushi again…because that was epic as can be.

In Bungou Stray Dogs, I think it was the detective aspect and the way that the different groups went about trying to outsmart each other with their collective minds that sealed the deal for me. We had so many intelligent cast members vying for control of Yokohama, different plans being set in motion, and everything coming together to derail what was an uneasy alliance between two hated groups that realized if either one was going to survive they needed to work together. Plus, the fight scenes are top notch.

I will say that Bungou Stray Dogs and Attack on Titan were my favorite shows for the Spring 2019 season, and I think the reason behind that is how much progression we ended up getting. Each of the shows that I saw this last season had some progression, but none could match the depth of these two shows in their third seasons. Is that a fair metric? Probably not as the characters have been around for years while the newer anime have just started, but still. I think there’s an ability with Attack on Titan and Bungou Stray Dogs to make us care so much about the characters and their well being that none of the other shows I watched cared to dive in to.

 

Character progression is the main reason I watch an anime. If there is nothing going on between the characters and the plot to drive it forward then what’s the point of watching? Characters drive plot and plot drives characters. It’s a balancing act that demands each portion’s attention. If the characters are failing but the plot is progressing and seems like it should be great, then is the anime good? If the plot is failing but characters are great and interaction between them is fantastic and enjoyable, is the anime worth watching? Some might say yes, as one can outperform the other and make for a good anime, but the truly phenomenal anime are ones were the characters and plot are driving each other through conversations, through group actions (Attack on Titan), through flashbacks (Bungou Stray Dogs), and with a villain that is pronounced and well-rounded in itself.

I do believe that without character progression a show is not worth my watching. And that’s because I’d rather not get a progressing story with a stagnant character. Now, I will be fair here and say that what I mean isn’t like the isekai genre’s level-up thing where the character progresses in skill points and abilities or whatever, but as a character. Is she a hard-ass who finds a soft spot for a younger boy and raises him to become just as badass as her? Does she free slaves and take out slave owners? Is she helping to protect a group of people from a tyrant? If the lead does not grow emotionally then I do not see a point in watching a show that could have been touted as an adventure story, or action story, or whatever.

And that, ladies and gentlemen, is what drives me to finish seasonal anime. The progression of our characters.

 

Thanks for reading!

Alexie 🙂

 

Yeah…you all saw what I did there 😉

I love coming up with good blog titles almost as much as I love doing fellow anime blogger interviews! Today’s Sunday Spotlight is an interview with the coveted Animated Andy. He went to Anime Expo a short while ago and I came up with the bright idea to interview him and his experience attending. So here we are my pandas!

If you are not following Andy on social media you can do so right here: Andy’s website is animatedandy.com and his Twitter handle is Animated_Andy. Make sure to hit like on this post and hit that follow button on both my blog and Andy’s blog if you aren’t already following us! 😀

Let’s get down to business peeps!


1. What was it like deciding on going to AX? Was it a sure decision or did you decide to go last minute?

Andy: I decided to go last minute but I honestly wish I had made the decision sooner because there was so much planning that went into it. Once I got there I realized it should have been a no-brainer to go.

2. What was the main reason you wanted to attend AX?

Andy: Anime has been apart of my life since I was a child and continues to play a prominent role in my daily proceedings. However, I never really interacted with the community outside of a few friends from school until this year. Now that I’ve gotten in touch with the anime writer community going to one of the meccas of anime conventions just seemed like the next logical step.

3. Best and worst part of AX this year?

Andy: The best part by far were the people. Sure, there was a ton of entertainment like Artist Alley, the panels, the exhibit halls, the AMV film rooms, etc. but what I took away from the whole experience was how much genuine enjoyment everyone seemed to be having. No one was rude, impatient or obnoxious even though tens of thousands of bodies were in a compact space. Everyone looked like they were having fun and were super enthusiastic about something they loved. The worst part? I suppose the security guards were a bit pushy, but you must be if you’re going to facilitate that much foot traffic. I honestly didn’t mind the crowds so much.

4. If you could change one thing about your trip what would it be?

Andy: I wish I had planned way more in advance. The program is overwhelming, and I underestimated how much ground there was to cover getting from one area to the next plus how early special events would fill up. I also wish I had gone all four days, but my schedule made that unlikely.

5. Do you think AX is outgrowing its venue?

Andy: I think the venue will need an upgrade soon or the convention will have to be relocated. As the industry continues to grow and more people are attracted to this cultural set piece, the organizers will have to make some careful decisions moving forward on how to maintain the spirit of this event while simultaneously expanding it.

6. Did you meet up with anyone from online in real life?

Andy: I didn’t meet any friends from online, but I did have a photo opportunity with some prominent anime YouTubers including Garnt (Gigguk) and Syd (Sydsnap). Both of them are incredibly sweet people. Telling Gigguk to his face that Bakemonogatari will always and forever be better than Nisemonogatari and then have his vehemently debate me on the topic is a highlight in my career as a critic (I have strange priorities…just go with it).

7. Favorite item purchased from AX this year?

Andy: I’ll admit this is the hardest question on the list. I’ll have to give a cop-out answer and say all the posters I bought at Artist Alley. I can’t possibly choose between one of them because they’re all equally adorable/incredible caricatures of some of my favorite characters. Some of the series I bought for included Fruits Basket, Ouran Host High School Club, Sailor Moon and Doki Doki Literature Club.

8. What was your favorite cosplay that you saw?

Andy: Also a tough question because DAMN do people go all-out with their designs at this convention. I’ll go with two of them (or three in this case). One was a couple dressed up as Kiki and Tomo from Kiki’s Delivery Service and were just too precious. The most meme-worthy was a person dressed up as the shopping list/ghost from Spongebob Squarepants.

9. What was your general experience of AX overall?

Andy: I had an unbelievable time. I couldn’t believe how well organized and generally positive this whole weekend was. Like I mentioned before, people were polite and courteous, but also were there to make some incredible memories. I had a huge goofy grin my face the whole time just from being there. I genuinely love seeing other people enjoy something niche, yet resonates with so many. I enjoy seeing this community grow and I hope this event continues to foster this energy for years to come.

10. Lastly…will you be attending AX next year?

Andy: If I’m still living in Southern California, absolutely. This is not a convention worth missing and I hope to go for all of it next year, meet more people, and hopefully actually get to cosplay this time around.


And there you have it folks! A big THANK YOU to Andy for letting me interview you. I always enjoy giving some of the spotlight to my fellow anime peeps. Also Andy was an angel and bought me stuff from AX this year. Looks like I will be getting my goodies in the mail sometime this week. I can’t wait! Again…I can’t thank Andy enough for being an awesome anime friend. You seriously are the best!!! Thank you guys for joining me today. I will catch you all in my next post. Remember to always stay cuddly and kawaii my pandas. MUAH! XOXO


Disclaimer: All imagery, photos, and gifs come from searching for them on the internet. I have no claim or right to them. If I find any links I will always post them (this usually entails fan art or any other work affiliated with an artist).

Hello my beautiful pandas!

Summer season is in full swing and the weather has been heating up. For today’s Top Ten Tuesday I am bringing you guys another follower based post. That’s right! This post is going to be chalk full of YOUR summer time anime recommendations. You can think of this as, “what anime makes you think of summer?” listI actually did one of these list back in 2017, but I think it’s time for a little update. If you want to check out my personal summertime recommendations from then you can do so here: https://kawaiipaperpandas.com/2017/06/03/anime-seriesmovies-that-remind-us-its-almost-summertime/.

Speaking of summer…this years summer anime season has kicked off with a BANG! I am definitely more intrigued with this years summer season than last years. I thought last years season was okay, but got kinda bored half way through the watching period. I don’t think I’ll have any trouble like that this year! Current favorites (so far) include To the Abandoned Sacred Beast, Fire Force, Dr. Stone, O Maidens in Your Savage Season, and Vinland Saga. Still waiting on a few other shows to kick off but these are my top choices currently. And can I say that Vinland Saga having Survive Said The Prophet doing the opening song and Aimer doing the ending song is FREAKING AMAZING?! WHAT A POWERHOUSE OP AND ED FOR A SERIES. I don’t know if anything else will top those two this season. I do also like the opening song for To the Abandoned Sacred Beast as well. What is everyone enjoying thus far? Any stand out shows for you personally?  Let me know in the comments down below.

Alright…enough chit chat! Let’s get to these summertime anime recs.


1. Harukana Receives

^As recommended by Lynn from The Earth Lynn.


2. Squid Girl

^As recommended by Nerdy Ginger Girl.


3. Tsuritama

^As recommended by Thorkell from oppaiofsteel.


4. Grand Blue

^As recommended by Neko-chan from Nekochan211.


5. Waiting in the Summer

^As recommended by Infinite Zenith.


6. Free!

^As recommended by our very own Alexie the Great.


7. Keijo!

^As recommended by our very own Tsubaki.


8. A Lull in the Sea

^My own personal favorite summertime choice ❤


9. Sakurada Reset

^A new recommendation from me!


10. Dagashi Kashi

^A new summertime rec as recommended by me!


Honorable Mentions:
Glasslip
Fairy Tail
Barakamon
Summer Wars
My Hero Academia
Hotarubi no Mori e


That is going to do it for me this lovely Tuesday afternoon! What is your favorite summer time anime? What anime makes you think of summer? Let me know all your thoughts, opinions, and comments down below. Remember to always stay kawaii and cuddly my pandas. I’ll catch you all in my next post. MUAH! XOXO


Disclaimer: All imagery, photos, and gifs come from searching for them on the internet. I have no claim or right to them. If I find any links I will always post them (this usually entails fan art or any other work affiliated with an artist).

Hello my pandas and welcome to my 300th blog post! Yes, that’s right. We have made it to 300 published blog post on my site. Some of these post were from back in the day before I switched to anime blogging, but 300 articles have been published on my site and we are going with the flow today 😉

And what better way to celebrate 300 blog post than an Anime Waifu Battle! You heard me. We are having an anime waifu battle off!!! You guys nominated your favorite waifu’s over on Twitter and I have gathered them up to compete head to head. Unfortunately, Poll Tab would only let me punch in 32 nominees so I couldn’t get everyone’s ladies. Please don’t kill me if your lady didn’t make the list! I could only do so much.

If you’re ready to vote for your favorite lady to see if she can make it to the top spot you can do so right here: https://www.polltab.com/bracket-poll/9oGj71snX. Each round isn’t going to be open very long (because I don’t want to drag this out for weeks on end) so you better get to voting NOW! Voting time is limited my pandas! GO GO GO! The whole competition will be closing by the 11th next week.


Disclaimer: All imagery, photos, and gifs come from searching for them on the internet. I have no claim or right to them. If I find any links I will always post them (this usually entails fan art or any other work affiliated with an artist).

We are gonna just jump right into this post! I don’t have a lot of time before work and I need to get this to you guys ASAP. I mean…I put it off for long enough. You all know how my rating system works for wrap-up post. If you don’t you can always check out last seasons rating post here: https://kawaiipaperpandas.com/2019/03/30/winter-anime-wrap-up-dear-winter-im-breaking-up-with-you-its-time-for-me-to-start-seeing-spring-season/. It’s pretty easy peasy lemon squeezy. I state what anime I watched, rate it on a scale from 1 to 10, and simply state whether or not I would recommend it to you guys. These post are mainly for people who don’t watch seasonal anime. That way many of you can pick and choose which shows you would like to watch next or put off for what seems like an eternity until you have time to watch it XD

Let’s get to it my pandas!


1. Bungou Stray Dogs Season 3

Studio: Bones
Source: Manga
Genres: Action, Mystery, Super Power, Supernatural, Seinen
My Rating: 10 out of 10 for sure! This season was so much for to watch.


2. Attack on Titan Season 3 Part 2

Studio: Wit Studio
Source: Manga
Genres: Action, Military, Mystery, Super Power, Drama, Fantasy, Shounen
My Rating: 9.5 out of 10. This second part definitely bumped AOT higher up on my ranking list.


3. Demon Slayer

Studio: Ufotable
Source: Manga
Genres: Action, Demons, Historical, Shounen, Supernatural
My Rating: 9.5 out of 10. My favorite out of all the new stuff that came out for spring season.


4. Fruits Basket *2019 Edition*

Studio: TMS Entertainment
Source: Manga
Genres: Slice of Life, Comedy, Drama, Romance, Fantasy, Shoujo
My Rating: 9 out of 10 for all the feels and nostalgia.


5. Carole and Tuesday

Studio: Bones
Source: Original
Genres: Sci-Fi, Music, Drama, Romance
My Rating: 8.9 out of 10. The music, the animation, the characters…it’s all be super fun to watch Carole and Tuesday grow ❤


6. The Rising of the Shield Hero (Leftovers)

Studio: Kinema Citrus
Source: Light Novel
Genres: Action, Adventure, Drama, Fantasy
My Rating: 8.8 out of 10. Ready for season 2 already! A beautiful ending for a harrowing journey. *bumped up from last seasons wrap-up*


7. Dororo (Leftovers)

Studio: MAPPA, Tezuka Productions
Source: Manga
Genres: Action, Adventure, Historical, Demons, Supernatural, Samurai, Shounen
My Rating: 8.8 out of 10. So glad Hyakkimaru got everything back and Dororo grew up into a gorgeous lady just like her mama :3


8. Ao-chan Can’t Study!

Studio: Silver Link
Source: Manga
Genres: Comedy, Romance, Ecchi, Shounen
My Rating: 8.5 out of 10. This was a super cute and super fun short to watch!


9. One Punch Man Season 2

Studio: J.C. Staff
Source: Web Manga
Genres: Action, Comedy, Parody, Super Power, Supernatural, Seinen
My Rating: 8 out of 10. Felt like this season was dragging a bit in the story-line department. Spot on with the comedy though! Same old Saitama 😛


10. Midnight Occult Civil Servants

Studio: LIDENFILMS
Source: Manga
Genres: Mystery, Demons, Supernatural, Fantasy, Shoujo
My Rating: 7.9 out of 10. Really enjoyed this anime more than I thought I would!


11. Wise Man’s Grandchild

Studio: Silver Link
Source: Light Novel
Genres: Action, Comedy, Magic, Romance, Fantasy
My Rating: 7.8 out of 10. Cliche from time to time but still worth the watch. The comedy was pretty good too.


On Hold

Fairy Gone

Dropped

AfterLost
Cinderella Nine
Kono Oto Tomare! (Sounds of Life)


And there you have it my pandas! My wrap-up for spring anime season has finally been posted. Whew! That is a wright off my shoulders. What anime was your favorite from spring season? What was your least favorite? Did you drop any anime or put any on hold? Let me know down in the comments section below! That is going to do it for me today. I will catch you guys in my next post! Remember to always stay kawaii and cuddly my pandas. MUAH! XOXO


Disclaimer: All imagery, photos, and gifs come from searching for them on the internet. I have no claim or right to them. If I find any links I will always post them (this usually entails fan art or any other work affiliated with an artist).

Yes! Today’s Top Ten Tuesday is all about YOU. You (as in my followers) who suggested your favorite cute anime series over on Twitter. I asked and you guys delivered! I did my own personal version on this topic awhile back. It was all about cute anime girls in series (in which you should watch all of the shows from which these cute girls come from because they are totes adorbs). You can check that out here: https://kawaiipaperpandas.com/2019/04/09/ttt-top-ten-tuesday-cute-girls-make-the-world-go-around/. But I wanted to make a list of all of your suggestions today! Remember if you aren’t following me over on Twitter you can do so here: @paperpandabears. So without further ado let’s get into some cute anime series!


1. K-On!


^As suggested by Nora from Ano_Nora.


2. My Love Story

^As suggested by Scott from Mech Anime Review.


3. How to Keep a Mummy

^As suggested by Irina from idrinkandwatchani.


4. Comic Girls

^As suggested by Crow from CrowsAnimeWorld.


5. Nisekoi

^As suggested by Makhail from sideofmakhail.


6. New Game

^As suggested by Ramondo from ramondonascime4.


7. As Miss Beelzebub Likes

^As suggested by Josie from itsaanimething, myotakuanime, and GalvanicTeam.


8. Fruits Basket

^As suggested by Kam from starlithearts.


9. Is the Order a Rabbit?

^As suggested by Sam from NerdyPerspectiv.


10. Tanaka-kun is Always Listless

^As suggested by Leth from Lethargic Ramblings.


Other shows mentioned:
Endro
Pokemon
Gochiusa
Yuru Yuri
Love Live!
Higurashi
Barakamon
Yuri on Ice!!!
Made in Abyss
CardCaptor Sakura
Sweetness and Lighting
Hanamaru Kindergarden
Kaguya-sama: Love is War
Ouran Highschool Host Club
Love, Chunibyo and Other Delusions


That is gonna do it for me today my pandas! What are some of your other favorite “cute” anime? Did your favorite(s) make the list today? Let me know all your thoughts, opinions, and other randomness down in the comments section below. Thank you for joining me today. I put off writing my spring anime wrap-up last week, but it WILL be up this week. I can promise you that much! Until next time…remember to always stay kawaii and cuddly my pandas. MUAH! XOXO


Disclaimer: All imagery, photos, and gifs come from searching for them on the internet. I have no claim or right to them. If I find any links I will always post them (this usually entails fan art or any other work affiliated with an artist).

The GREAT KAWAII PAPER PANDAS was born!

That’s right my pandas! The ever kick ass Alexie the Great is now apart of the KawaiiPaperPandas team. Alexie has decided to join me on this ever growing blogging adventure and I couldn’t be MORE excited to have him on this journey. Alexie will be creating content for this site. He will mainly be here on Monday’s and every other Tuesday. I will be rotating Tuesday’s with him since I enjoy creating Top Ten Tuesday post for you all. He is more than welcome to create any other content throughout the rest of the week as well. Whatever works for his own personal schedule. I like Sunday’s and Tuesday’s, but I will also be here whenever I feel like writing a post or two or three. Ahhhh…who am I kidding? I’ll be writing whenever I don’t feel like a total lazy ass 😉

I am beyond THRILLED to have another content creator on this site. I think it will be a lot of fun bringing two awesome personalities into one site. Sometimes more is more! I hope you guys are just as excited as we are. I know some of you guys already follow Alexie on Twitter, but if you aren’t his account is here: https://twitter.com/A_PRANGE1?lang=en. Make sure to give him a follow and show your support! All of us content creators need to stick together ❤

That being said I hope you all welcome Alexie to the team. He will be making his first initial post on July 1st. Thank you guys so much for your continued support and being apart of the #pandagang. Let’s keep learning and growing together so weebs can take over the world some day! 😉