Category: Love Live!

My Thoughts on the Landscape of Yuri Anime – Fanservice

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. Advertisements

Rundown of 2016 Anime!

Sorry that this is late. I wanted to watch every show I could, but I ended up missing out on a few. (Spoilers in this post) 

Recap Post – Blog Reflection (2016) & Blog Direction (2017)

I didn’t actually think I would do one of these, but seeing all of my blogger buddies do recap posts got me in the mood to do it, too. …That’s a bit of a dangerous mentality right there, oops. THIS IS A LONG POST 

“I Want To Be Special” – Characters I Can’t Help But Relate To

I think it’s fair to say that a lot of anime characters have this urge to be special or to stand out. It’s gotten rather commonplace and a lot of shows this year featured characters with this sort of mindset.

Fall 2016 Anime to Look Out for

I’ve been meaning to do this for a while. With the new season almost upon us, it’s about time I talk about the shows that catch my interest. Is this boring post all that important? Not particuarly, but it’ll help me keep track of what I want to watch. Maybe it can help you make

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Blog Status Update – IRL Stuff and Episode Reviews

Hi, It’s been a few days since I’ve posted, sorry. Long story short, I suddenly found myself busy. I’m getting back into the local SSBM scene again, so that takes up like every Monday night and every other Friday night. Is Remy Fool really having a social life again? Well, if you consider playing video games with

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Love Live! Sunshine!! – Anime Series Review

Episodes: 13 Genres: Slice-of-Life, Comedy, Drama, Musical Aired: Jun 2016 to Sep 2016 Also known as: Love Live! School Idol Project: Sunshine!!, ラブライブ!サンシャイン!! Summary: Uranohoshi Girls’ High School isa private school in the seaside neighborhood of Uchiura at Numazu city in the Shizuoka prefecture. A small high school in a corner of Suruga Bay, it is home to nine teens. Led by second-year

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