Hyouka – My Guilty Pleasure

30-Day Anime Challenge
Day 5: Anime You’re Ashamed You Enjoyed

Some may say this series was a step KyoAni needed to take. However, I would have to disagree. To me, Hyouka was both entertaining yet depressing.
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Takakamo Shizuno – The Lovable, Cheerful, and Headstrong Mahjong Terror

30-Day Anime Challenge
Day 4: Your Favorite Female Anime Character Ever

Some may call her a monkey. Others may consider her a lucky idiot. To me, however, she’s my favorite female anime character. I’m talking about Takakamo Shizuno, folks!

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Sakurasou no Pet na Kanojo: My Favorite Anime

30-Day Anime Challenge
Day 2: Favorite Anime You’ve Watched So Far

I spent a few hours mulling over this topic. There are tons of anime I really enjoyed. Some shows were hilarious; some had scenes I couldn’t help but rewatch months after finishing said series. In the end, however, I decided there was one show in particular which tugged my heartstrings. A show to which I can really relate.

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Falling in Love with Loveless as a Kid

30-day Anime Challenge
Day 1: Very First Anime You Watched

If we were to include dubs, Sailor Moon and Dragon Ball would probably be the first anime I watched. Don’t get me wrong, I loved those shows, but I wouldn’t really be able to say anything new. So I’m going to talk about Loveless instead, which was the first subbed anime I watched.

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Saki 159

I feel like Ryuuka, along with Ako, Yuu, and Awai, is now endowed with large endowments compared to her time in Achiga-hen, if you know what I mean. Typical Ritz cover with Ryuuka and Toki, so lots of wonderful detail for the background is to be expected. It’s just a shame that most of the chapter is not inked. Ritz must be struggling.
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Summer 2016 Anime of Interest

Spring 2016 is halfway done and the new season of anime is steadily approaching! As such, I have decided to list the ones that have my interest. The ones with potential for yuri will be mentioned first, followed by all the others.

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