If you ever asked me this in person, I could go through a 2 hour indoctrination of how anime changed my life. Although I don’t think anyone would like to read my opinion for that long, So I am going to try and keep it short and sweet and hope you enjoy it. Also go and check out more as this is an aniblog project performed by other anibloggers inspired by Kai.
This is my first editorial, not regarding news or review of an anime for the BAR, so here’s to hoping you like it. Firstly, I want to find a few simple yet brief responses that would best describe as to why I watch anime. Canne goes over a good set of responses that are typically used but really carry no weight behind them. The best example is in regards to foreign culture, and how that is just shallow and not well thought out. I find that learning a bit about the culture is just a nice bonus but not a defining reason for me to watch anime. Continue reading
Tachibana Mei has had no boyfriend and couldn’t even make friends until one day she injures Kurosawa Yamato, the most popular boy in school, and for some reason Yamato takes interest in her. Mei will undergo the pains and pleasure of leaving the safety of her solitude. Continue reading
A young boy who possesses a supernatural power and calling himself the “Dark Flame Master”, or so he thought. Yūta Togashi is now entering high school and attempting to leave his delusions and fantasies behind him as to not embarrass himself like he did in junior high school and actually make friends. One night a girl descends onto his balcony at his apartment, Continue reading
Sora and Riku will be joining the Play Arts Kai line in their Kingdom Hearts: Dream Drop Distance duds. KH:DDD, the first Kingdom Hearts game on the 3DS, featured Sora and Riku (both playable) visiting “sleeping worlds” as part of a “Mark of Mastery” test to prove themselves as true keyblade masters.
Impassive girl meets trouble maker in a brand new love story! After Mizutani Shizuku, a girl whose sole interest is studying, is asked to deliver some handouts to Yoshida Haru, a boy who hasn’t come to school after spilling blood on the first day, she finds herself the target of his affection. This is a story about a boy and a girl who struggle with love and friendship. Opening yourself up to other people forces you to be honest with yourself. Continue reading
This is in the vein of Koto’s earlier Evangelion figures, featuring the pilots sitting atop their respective Evas. I’m kind of glad they went back to that theme. As you can see, EVA-02 looks pretty banged up after its outing in Evangelion 2.0. Asuka herself is pretty banged up, and apparently needed to duct tape her plug suit together. Also, her helmet has cat ears. Continue reading
Welcome back to another week of Battledash’s Friday Featured News. This week was an exciting week for the anime realm, let me recap what I have been doing for the week. I am now currently watching the second season of “Baka and Test” and have discovered quite the fun little board game called “Super Dungeon Explore” which play like a simplistic dungeon crawling miniature game. This week’s news involves an update to Code Geass’ second episode of their OVA, some interesting Paper dolls, Manga pillow cases, and another entry into Team Fourstar’s Dragon ball abridged series.
This week’s Figure of the Week is S.H. Figurart’s Frieza, one of the most infamous villains of the Dragonball Z Series. This has been a long anticipated figure from the great S.H Figurart line. S.H. Figuarts Frieza will be arriving this June and now we have the photos to show off what you’ll be getting. Continue reading
Welcome back to this week’s FFN with yours truly. This week we have a quite the laundry list of news for the week including studio ghibli’s game designed collaboration, another possible sword art online premised anime, another Makoto Shinkai tragedy piece, Beach queens, and Shonen Jump Alpha.
This is a great figure with many exchangeable hands (including the program defying sword like hand). It does come with a flight stand and like other figuarts it has a clear claw to wrap around the waist but also has the option of direct plugging a hole in the back to eliminate the need for the claw. I actually own this figure and I am 100% satisfied with it. That why S.H. Figuarts’ Silver Crow soars into this week figure of the week. Continue reading