SAO Episode 6 Recap

Ah, man. I just finished this one episode of SAO and I am beyond invested into it now. At first, I was doubtful that I would like it, but now it has fully caught my undivided attention! Laughing Coffin... We start off where we left off last time, with Death Gun conversing with Kirito, and asking him if he is the real thing. The real Kirito, and not someone using his name. It was really scary, and it was taken up an extra notch this episode. You could really feel the tension, and when Death Gun raised his sleeve, which I believe was on purpose, Kirito relived a certain memory where one of the factions he once partied with were planning an attack against the criminal guild Laughing Coffin. Now, when I think about it, I don't remember ever seeing this fight at all in SAO. It was completely new to me. Kirito and Laughing Coffin had a bad history, which everyone knew about, but apparently Kirito had killed far more than I would have imagined.  Hey, best pic I have ever

Spring 2014 Anime To- Watch List!

Yea, this one did not turn out well! Oh goodness, Ill get better.  So, instead of finding animes by chance, I have decided to start doing my own researches and watch what I actually DO want to watch, and not through the fandom. BelIEve it or not, I hate missing out, so I decided to start including myself in the anime force. It is hardly working, but... I am not the kind of person to watch an anime while it is airing. That is a no-no. I only watch it after its seasonal run. However, I have decided to stop watching anime for a bit because 1) I have many reviews to catch up on, and 2) my headphones broke. So yeah. Considering that I am halfway through Black Bullet... 1-Bokura Wa Minna Kawaisou I have a thing for perverted characters. The jokes, though old, always seem to interest me. These days, I have gotten into the whole slice-of-life genre considering that I am a hardcore Shounen/Shounen Ai fan. I love a dark, gritty story fill

SAO EPisode 5 Recap

YO!! (I'm sorry the pictures are not clear! Uploaded from Iphone!)                           It has actually been quite a while since I have seen the fifth episode of SAO. I am sorry that this is so late, but I was two hours away from home most of the day today, and yesterday, my mom refused to let me finish blogging! *Pouting Face* But this time, I have decided that it must be done, that is, before I forget what It is I was going to say! FULL RECAP: Kirito enters the Bullet of Bullets, this game where the players face off against each other to test their strengths, win prizes, and possible increase their rank. Right off the bat, these men already seemed so suspicious. No one needed them to show off, they are going to get crushed, mashed, sliced, diced and rolled by Kirito. However, the fact that Kirito continues to stay focused on his goal while maintaining the trap endowment was ever increasing in urgency. He is participating in the hope of attracting Death Gun,


SO, I was browsing my youtube subscriptions and one of my favorite bloggers posted this!  The video  speaks for itself, my favorite anime of all time is in pre-production!                                 YAHHOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO! Now, I wont have to constantly be rewatching the first season over and over again and I can stop frothing at the mouth over the very thought of Chapter 58 of the manga being animated! Though, distant from now, it rarely matters! Production I.G., Gambatte!

Sword Art Online II Episodes 1-4 Impressions

Kon'nichiwa! *First off, sorry for the lack of pics. Want to avoid copyright, XD. NAH, too lazy to plug in my phone to extract the pictures and then upload* Well, the summer 2014 anime exploded and so did the anime community! The fanboys are rolling over Tokyo Ghoul and Akame ga kill , and who knows that the fangirls are watching?? Free! Eternal Summer ? Another slice of life? Dreaming of season 2 of Attack on Titan? Mah, who knows? But what I do know is that the amount of hype surrounding these shows have got me doing two things: watching the weekly episodes of SAO and hoping to read the manga of Tokyo Ghoul and Akame ga Kill. I don't know when I will get to these because I AM reading Koisuru Boukun, but I know that I will. For now, SAO Season II! FULL FIRST IMPRESSIONS: I wanted to approach this as carefully as possibly because of the disappointing second season (which I still have got to write a review of). I was skeptical. It was a slow start, and to be h

Levi Character Analysis: Episode 22: Female Titan

Ok, I was sleeping and dreaming about this. I just HAVE to get this out of my system. I have wanted to do an analysis of Levi for a while now, despite the fact that he is NOT my favorite character from Attack on Titan, Eren is. I have been dreaming about this, and for now, I must absolutely get it out of my system. I believe that the anime omitted very important, key aspects of many things, not excluding the characters.  For example, practically no one can understand WHY Eren hesitated while he had been in absolute rage prior. He sees Annie and...stops. It is cheap yes, but why? Well, they had been amazing partners in the manga, but the anime never showed it. However, I believe that certain characteristics of the setting can be taken straight from the anime, and this is exactly what I will be doing. I think I might do another one for Levi, bur for now, here it is.                       I am assuming that anyone who is reading this has seen the scenes prior, right? Levi stum

Kuroshitsuji (Black Butler) Season 2 Review

Synopsis: In late-nineteenth century England, one year and three months after the dramatic conclusion of the original series, Kuroshitsuji II introduces a new butler and young master. The sadistic yet cheerful Alois Trancy has faced some harsh times. He was kidnapped as a baby, and was forced to work in a village as a slave. Gradually, he lost his parents, his best friend, and everyone he knew. Alois eventually returned home and became the head of his mansion, but seemed to exhibit some strange behavior ever since. Even more curiously, he returned with Claude Faustus, an enigmatic, emotionless butler with unfathomable talent... Read more at Ah, I remember the moment that I knew that they had made another season. I disliked the idea so hard, but proceeded to watch it anyways. It is not like I did not find other animes interesting, no. It's just because it was twelve episodes long, and why the f*ck not??