Anime Reviews’ 2013 Anime Predictions

Girl with question marks

In the beginning of each new year I like to play a little game in which I predict how the upcoming anime year will unfold. A new year brings new predictions and I’m here yet again to share some of mine. But this time around if you happen to have an anime blog of your own you can also take part! Continue reading »

My Answers To Yumeka’s Ultimate Anime Questionnaire

Anime Questionnaire

Yumeka from the Mainichi Anime Yume blog started a questionnaire carnival with 27 questions regarding our personal taste in anime. Since I haven’t been doing any carnival related activity in a while I decided to give it a go. This is your opportunity to learn more about my anime-watching habits and comment on your own! Continue reading »

Remembering Love: The Notions Of Reality And The Internet In Serial Experiments Lain

Serial Experiments Lain The Wired

For the last post in the Remembering Love series we go back to the 90s to look at Serial Experiments Lain – a series that raised the intellectual bar to standards no other series quite ever managed to match. It made bold statements about religion, the way people interact with each other in postmodern society and the internet-based future we were headed to. In a way Serial Experiments Lain predicted the future with a frightening degree of accuracy. Continue reading »

Remembering Love: Adult Themes In Digimon Adventure 02

Digimon Adventure 02

Surprise surprise! After two entries of relatively adult oriented series we move on to a somewhat unusual children show called Digimon Adventure 02. In this third part of the Remembering Love project I recall why I was moved by such a series despite already being in high school when it aired. Confused? Get ready to discover the dark side of the Digital World. Continue reading »

Remembering Love: Stretching Artistic Boundaries In ef – A Tale Of Memories

ef art 4

For many American anime fans ef – A Tale of Memories might be too new to reminisce about, because it came out in late January 2012. But I’ve seen this anime back in 2007 and have been the proud owner of the Japanese Blu-ray edition since 2008. I have fond memories of this series – the series that reminded me that anime is not just a medium but one of the most elaborate art forms to come out of Japan. Continue reading »

Remembering Love: Aria And The Importance Of Relaxation

Aria Akari

Modern times have the tendency to crush us under the burden of work and expectations. I myself am only two months away from moving to another country and opening my first business. Every day is a nerve wrecking race to have everything ready in time, a race that I can never win. Because of this I decided that my first entry in the “Remembering Love” series suggested by Trzr23 should be on Aria – a series that is an antithesis to my lifestyle. In a nutshell “Remembering Love” is all about returning to your three or four favorite series, rewatching them (or parts of them) and writing about their emotional effect on you and how they shaped you personality. Rather than being reviews of the anime series themselves these are reviews of what those series meant to you as a viewer long ago (or not so long ago). Continue reading »

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