Released for English audiences in Early 2016, this is another yuri visual novel that takes place in a religious school. (Spoilers in this review) Advertisements
Month: May 2017
An opinion piece in which I explain my thoughts and opinions on fanservice in Yuri anime. This might be the start of another series of posts, too. We’ll see.
Released for English-speaking audiences back in November 2016, Long, Guitars, and the Nashville Skyline is about road trips, music, and romance. What did I think about this yuri visual novel? (Spoilers in this review)
Shiori gets another mini-arc starting this week! Family, cooking, and conflicts-of-interest, oh my! (Spoilers in this review)
It’s something that’s regularly found in anime of all sorts of genres (but it’s quite prominent in slice-of-life shows).
Well, we did it, folks. It’s May 22nd, 2017, which means The Lily Garden has been up and running for a whole year now.
So I wanted to blog about fashion again.
And so the Maki / Shiori arc ends this week. And it was rather moving! (Spoilers in this review)
I wanted to talk about the tsukkomi role pertaining to the type of shows I watch and review.
We’re halfway into the spring season, folks! How are things shaping up for the simulcast shows that are covered by The Lily Garden?