(Spoilers for Kuroshitsuji in this post) Advertisements
An opinion piece on a dead Japanese romance genre. (Heavy spoilers of Maria-sama ga Miteru and Aoi Hana are in this post)
So Acacia Aurora, also known as Auri, came up with a cute challenge for our collaboration!
This week’s What About post is about secondary characters. You know, the ones who aren’t always guaranteed to have screentime in a series. I’m talking about the ones who ain’t the main characters.
In some series, there are characters who are naturally talented. Perhaps they are blessed with luck or they are just very skilled in many areas. These characters usually seem multi-talented and essentially outclass many of their allies or peers. But this post isn’t about these kinds of characters. (Spoilers about Tokyo Ghoul:re, World Trigger, and Saki in this post)
One of the things that irks me as a yuri blogger is heteronormativity. Can we talk about this for a bit? (Slight spoilers in this post)
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
Hello again! This is day four of my collaboration post series with Acacia Aurora! One more day to go∼ This time we’re talking about our top three funniest manga!
My collaboration with Acacia Aurora continues! This time we’re going to be talking about our favorite one-shots. To be honest, this was a little difficult for me to finish because I have a very limiting viewpoint when it comes to one-shots which excludes doujinshi (so nothing featuring characters from long-running series! Original characters only) as well
Communication. It’s what people attempt to do in real life when they want something, like expressing their feelings or asking for a glass of water because the restaurant put too much MSG in the food. But it’s also what some characters in anime and manga tend to not do. (Spoilers for Flip Flappers and Saki in