Shoujo anime is great for those easy-going feel-good anime on the whole. However, due to their pure nature of focusing on relationship building between characters they often hit the feels and break you down before healing you with all their fluff. But what does Shoujo mean?
While there are a whole lot of anime with notable vampire characters there are but a small handful with the name Dracula. I found this rather interesting little fact while i was making a list of the Dracula characters in anime that I knew of.
Even though Sheele is almost debilitatingly clumsy at times it does not deter her much. She is incredibly loyal to her friends and willing to do anything to protect them. She proves there is more to a person than what appears on the surface.
I recently dyed my hair purple, like you do during a global lockdown, and asked people who their favourite purple-haired character is in anime. One of the most commented characters was our purple boy in the header image, Atsushi Murasakibara from Kuroko’s Basketball.
Leone is a beastly assassin in a few ways, from the way she eliminates her targets to how she is mischievous and rambunctious. This post is a simple and look at who Leone was as a character in the anime, Akame Ga Kill. I have kept the character break down spoiler-free.
I briefly delved into what Shounen means in one of my recent posts. I thought it would be the perfect time to take a step back and really look at and define what shounen means in relation to anime and mang. It also gave me a chance to recommend and mention a few more shounen... Continue Reading →
The anime Fruits Basket uses the animals in the Chinese zodiac. Have you ever wanted to learn more about them and find out which is your zodiac?
Sometimes you are just in the mood to watch an entire series in a single sitting. I have put together four anime that have their entire story told from start to finish with no need for a season 2. No cliffhangers and no massive time demands, make these anime mini nuggets of gold and are... Continue Reading →
Now that the lockdown has been extended in South Africa by another two weeks, you might just have the time to dedicate to exploring and experiencing your favourite anime in a whole new way through fun and interesting games. 1 Bleach: Brave Souls Bleach: Brave Souls is a free-to-play mobile gacha game set in the... Continue Reading →