It’s hard to talk about Natsume Yuujinchou. The show broadly focuses on the themes of loneliness, abuse, friendship, and family. In fact, every episode focuses on these themes. Since the […]
What got you into anime?
I saw Moana yesterday with some of my friends. It’s a wonderfully colorful film, imbued with rich traditions and culture while also focusing on a heartfelt female lead who journeys on a […]
This year was fantastic for new anime, and I’m gonna have a difficult time whittling down a top ten list within the next week. Nevertheless, the best show I watched […]
The world is full of coincidences. And yet, as a result of trying to give meaning to everything, conspiracy theories are born (…) you can’t deny that people clamoring conspiracy […]
trigger warning: depression! One of the hardest things about having depression is trying to make other people understand what it’s like. Casting away social stigma for a moment, it’s tough […]
With the prominent presence of social media today, it’s become quite common for people to build up a reputation for themselves through the content they post and the introduction of […]
For all of its uplifting messages, there is a solemn truth that rings across the popular weekly magazine. Shonen Jump seems to dislike dads.
We all know pain. We’ve all suffered loss, defeat, and failure in one way or another. Whether it comes to bullying, self harm, or a loss of a dream, we all […]
Humans by default are built to dream. Shonen Jump titles realize this, and we see it in all forms – from Bleach’s self assertive way of destroying whatever obstructs your […]