Why should you support the anime industry when you can get it all for free?

If a series only has 1 000 'legal' views but 150 000 fans and you are one of those fans who did not watch it legally and really, really want that next season, you will likely not get it. Why?

Kimetsu no Yaiba Movie: Mugen Ressha-hen at Ster-Kinekor

As you may have heard, Demon Slayer's (Kimetsu no Yaiba) movie, Mugen or rather Infinity Train will be airing at Ster-Kinekor this April 2021. I had some questions regarding this and reached out to them to get a few more details. As we know, anime screenings are rare in South Africa and as such, I... Continue Reading →

Anime March Madness Overview

Adding madness to the challenge title was a good call. Watching 31 anime in 31 days was quite the task to take on. I had not really planned for it and decided to do this challenge literally two days before the start of March, 27 February 2021. The goal of completing 31 anime was to clear a lot of anime off of my to watch list.

10 Anime I am Watching This Season

The new anime season, spring 2021, has just begun. Some of the below-mentioned anime have already aired their first episode. These lists reveal a lot about my tastes and by going through the seasonal list I can see the current trends and popular themes. The winter season had a lot of great new anime and I am hoping this spring brings a few gems with it.

My Anime List (MAL) Officially Has an APP

For years My Anime List, also known as MAL, has been one of the main go to anime websites to learn more about anime and to create lists. This covers your watching, to watch and have watched list of anime. These lists also came with the added bonus of giving you fun stats. These include how much time you have spent watching anime and how many anime you have watched, including how many episodes you have seen.

The Tailed Beasts Of Naruto

The tailed beasts in Naruto are commonly known as Bijuu. The Bijuu are also referred to as "Chakra Monsters", since they are living forms of chakra. The tailed beasts have a history of their own and here it is.

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