Whu do some anime characters seem to eat only one particular type of food? Advertisements
Hello! I’ll be talking about social projecting and self-stereotyping in Japanese media (anime in particular) in this post.
Jeez, I can’t believe it’s already March. It’s almost as if we just finished living through the shortest month of the year or something.
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)
So I wanted to talk about Matsumi Kuro (from Saki Achiga-hen), about how she’s the heart of Team Achiga, and about how her playstyle provides some insight into the difficulty of waiting for someone’s unlikely return. THIS POST IS LONG (Spoilers in this post!)
Another month, another monthly update!
I haven’t written a “top ___ list” post before. To be honest, I feel like I’m still learning a lot and I’m worried I’ll leave out a character or a show that really should be given recognition. But since Acacia Aurora graciously reached out to me about a collaboration, I came up with some topics the
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
Well, I’ve been stuck at Day 13 for weeks. But I’ve decided to try my best to finish the rest of the 30-Day Anime Challenge in one go. I’m on my phone at the moment, so I’ll refrain from adding pictures for now. Maybe I’ll touch up this post later on. Here we go, folks!
So I wanted to talk about sailor fuku. If you’re interested in the opinions of someone who doesn’t know what he’s talking about, read on!