New Year, New (ani)Me
You know what they say, “new year, new (ani)me.” While some are making their lists of New Years resolutions, I am compiling my list of what I need to watch. Here’s what I’m looking forward to in terms of anime for 2018.
Well, it’s that time again, my friends – Hollywood decides to grace us with a live action anime adaption, and this time, it’s Death Note. Anime live actions are always a touchy subject amongst anime fans; we’re hard to please. So what happens when a couple of Death Note fans get together to watch the live action? We’re giving you a look into our weekly “anime night” and spilling our thoughts on Netflix’s take on the latest live action.
It’s been quite awhile since an anime title has become relatively mainstream. Sure everyone has at least heard of Naruto or One Piece, but it’s been years since these shows first premiered. With a new generation of anime lovers out there, these titles containing hundreds of episodes are a big commitment. Dubbed “The Big Three,” Bleach, Naruto, and One Piece are massive titles at the forefront of the anime community. However, times are a-changing my friends, and new anime are always on the horizon. Let’s take a look at a current fan-favorite, My Hero Academia, and see if it has what it takes to measure up.
Anime Boys: My Ultimate Weakness
Oh boy, hopping right into it with one of my favorite things about anime – I guess I should say oh boys, because yeah, we’re going to take a look at who I consider to be the best of the best in terms of anime hotties. All opinions are my own, but let’s get down to it. In no particular order…
Naruto: The End of an Era
Honestly I thought I would be able to hold off on writing about anime for a bit, however, when I found this news, I knew I had to make an exception. Lets get right into it and tackle one of my favorite topics – and more importantly, one of my favorite shows – Naruto.
CALL ME CARO
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