I started my journey as an indie creative back 2013. And through my Social Media endeavors, I’ve come across a lot of interesting people. And Cereal Sensei is someone worth mentioning, he is an aspiring writer, podcaster, and fellow blerd. When the opportunity surfaced, I reach out for an interview. We discussed a wide array of topics ranging music to content creation. Nerd culture to the indie struggle.
Imagine God was willing to give anything you want to take with you in another world what would you request? In this anime that was possible for Touya Mochizuki and he chose his smartphone.
If you thought that an anime character couldn’t get any stupider you’re wrong. This anime made me laugh so hard, I started to cry. I can not help but laugh while watching this show. The episodes are short and are not that long. But, if you really want to see something funny, this show is for you.
Imagine you died and was reborn living out your Otaku fantasy building giant robots and had magic powers well in this anime it happened. The story is every Mecha Otaku’s dream which is to build your own Mecha. Knight’s & Magic is a funny and ironic anime series. I am a huge Mecha fan so this anime really stood out to me because it was a combination of all my favorite genre’s in one. I was curious on how the anime incorporate magic with Mecha. The Mecha’s in this anime share a similarity to the same one in the Gundam series which I loved. The anime series is a fun show to watch. The main character Ernesti is not only cute and adorable but, a major Mecha Otaku in the inside. He is only one true love is the robots not the girls who throw themselves at him.
Neo Yokio is a six-episode animated series premiering on Netflix. It is produced in collaboration between Studio Deen and Production I.G. Inc. Some notable series developed by Production I.G. Inc. are Ghost in the Shell, Eden of the East and Psycho-Pass. Some notable series produced by Studio Deen are Hetalia, Rurouni Kenshin, and Fate/Stay Night. The cast includes rising star Jaden Smith, veteran actors Susan Saradon, Jude Law and Steve Buscemi.
I remember sitting in a horror anime panel and watching clips from Berserk: The Golden Age Arc. I wanted to see how truly horrifying Berserk the anime was. After watching this anime, I can clearly say this is not designed for children and it should be rated Mature. This is Not Safe For Work. If you choose to watch these films, do not watch around people or in a public setting.
The three character tag challenge has been floating around the internet for a while now. And as usual, I am late to the party but don’t fret my friends. In the words of Korean American singer Jay Park, I got this. All jokes aside, I was inspired to take a crack at it after reading Aria Cross’ own attempt. That was back in June, and I am just now getting around to it.
Challenge: Pick three anime characters that remind you of yourself and tag people to participate. For the sake of the post, I will elaborate on why these characters are reflective of my personality.
I went to a panel at Liberty City Anime Convention, where they discussed anime series from the 1980’s. I thought that this was going to be an interesting panel and it was. The panelist, John Medero, mainly talked about series from the year 1987 which was a big year in anime history. Some really great series came out that year but, he also discussed other popular anime series from the late and early 1980’s and where are they now 30 years later. It made me think of how anime has changed over the years.
Suzuka 涼風 is a anime directed by Hiroshi Fukutomi based on a manga series of the same name by Seo Kouji. Suzuka follows protagonist Yamato Akitsuki who moves from Hiroshima to Toyko for a new start. And his housemate turned love interest Suzuka Asahina a rising track and field star, who specializes in the high jump.