Each and every individual is insecure about themselves. Either they are insecure about their looks or their personality and no matter how much we read books about loving ourselves, it just sometimes becomes impossible not to drown ourselves in the negative feelings that accompany insecurities.
This is a guest post submitted by: Rachel Torgerson from Nofilleranime.com
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We’ve watched quite a few anime this winter. Now we feel confident enough to share the top five anime this season.
Continue reading “Best OP’s this winter 2020-2021 season”
We’ve finally reached our first climax of Dr. Stone: Stone Wars. This week’s episode, Final Battle (episode 8), followed Senku and the Kingdom of Science to the miracle cave that started the resurgence of humanity in season 1.
Continue reading “Dr. Stone: Stone Wars after 8 episodes | Final Battle”
By the fourth episode, I clenched my chest and cried out for my heart.
Continue reading “Why should you watch HoriMiya? | Anime Review”
Dr. Stone: Stone Wars has begun, and while the first episode was a slow burn, it set up the promise of an epic battle of the minds between the Senku and Shishio.
Continue reading “Dr. Stone: Stone War Beginning | (2 x 01) – recap”
I found this gem of an anime on Funimation last week. It’s about a girl named Maple, and she wants to max out her defense so that she never takes damage in a virtual reality multiplayer game.
Continue reading “Why should you watch BOFURI…? |(season 1 review)”
I finally had a chance to sit down and watch Crunchyroll’s latest release, Jujutsu Kaisen.
Continue reading “Why should you watch Jujutsu Kaisen? | First Impressions”
I’m surprised to bring you this news, but I think Great Pretender: season 2 is better than the first season.
Continue reading “Great Pretender: Wizard of Far East (season 2 review) | Is it better than season 1?”
The Great Pretender was an interesting anime. I don’t know what I was expecting, but I was pleasantly surprised. The first couple of episodes give off a superficial vibe. You might assume that the story characters are con artists without a soul.
Continue reading “Great Pretender after 14 episodes (Netflix Review)”
Crunch Roll’s latest exclusive, The God of High School, is a web series from 2011 that has finally made its way into anime form.
Continue reading “The God of High School: Set Up/Stand Up (01 x01) | Crunchy Roll”
Beastars is a manga series picked up by Netflix and released in April of 2020 as an Anime. It features a variety of animals broken up between carnivores and herbivores who attend a boarding school, Cheeryton Academy.
Continue reading “Beastars | After 12 episodes (Netflix)”
Just like the last ‘What Anime Should You Watch?’ post, I will be making the descriptions for these anime’s as brief and simplified as possible. The summaries will be easy to understand and possibly pique your interest if you haven’t watched them already!
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I have to tell you this, and I’m not sure if anyone else has said this about Demon Slayer, but you will get tired of hearing Inosuke Hashibira and Zenitsu Agatsuma screaming at the top of their lungs.
Continue reading “Why should you watch Demon Slayer? Plus, infinity train Plot and trailer!”
This season finale episode of My Hero Academia saw Endeavor’s official and organic rise to number 1 hero after a modified Nomu attacked him and Hawks while they were at lunch.
Continue reading “My Hero Academia: His Start | 4 x25 – Recap (Season finale)”