Random Ramblings: Losing Interest

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Fried chicken without the seasoning…
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Non Non Biyori Repeat First Impressions: Non ya Business!

Non Non Biyori OP 001Title: Non Non Biyori Repeat

Studio: Silver Link

Air Date: July 7, 2015

Genre: Slice of Life

If you were to ask, what was my enjoyment of the first series like. I would have replied, Non Non Biyori is like chewing on watermelon under the warm sun. A bit hard to eat with all the seeds, but once you’ve feast upon the fruit, it’s all enjoyment. Add in lemonade to compliment that meal, and you’ve got Non Non Biyori Repeat. Read more of this post

Himouto! Umaru-chan First Impressions: My Baby sister is literally a Baby

Himouto smokeweedchanTitle: Himouto! Umaru-Chan/My Two Faced Little Sister

Studio: Doga Kobo

Air Date: July 9, 2015

Genre: Comedy

As niche and over fathomed the little sister and older brother fantasy can be, Himouto! Umaru-Chan brings the whole thing into an odd adventure. How can you deal with an adorable transforming midget sister? Read more of this post

Nostalgia Critics and Perspective on Quality

671022 Traversing through columns of shelves in a isolated video rental store, glamoring at all boxes stocked on each row with many titles to choose from. As a 7 year old child, I had strong sense of acquisitiveness towards any fine piece of artwork cover. Easily enamored by the covers of Princess Mononoke, Jin Roh Wolf Brigade, and Patlabor, these anime titles would be my selection for enjoyment on a weekend in 97′. I didn’t have the luxury of paid extra channels and the internet wasn’t as advanced to stream or download anime. Ah, the convenience of VHS rental stores and finding VHS tapes that only had one episode. I was exposed to Anime since my childhood, it was a delightful experience just to able to watch an episode of You’re Under Arrest whenever my father obtained a new VHS. Every episode I watched kept me enjoyed throughout harsh winters of British Columbia,loneliness, and partial escape from reality. Anime to me was more than childish cartoons, it is a form of medium entertainment deployed in different unique art styles. There’s an Anime for everyone out there, from all certain types of genre. such as, sports, action, romance, slice of life and etc.

Anime and the industry have long gone through process of evolution. There are over dozens of Animes broadcasted throughout the years, larger views and development companies. With all this in mind, stemming from the Anime in the past. Has Anime retain it’s quality over the years? Read more of this post