This year I became interested in finding out more about other communities on YouTube. One of them of course was the anime community. So one day I sat down and started looking through my subscriptions and realized that I had no anime channels. This surprised me a little because I expected to have at least 2. But I guess I got use to just searching for anime related content.
Here’s another anime I haven’t been able to finish watching. As soon as I found out that Uta no Prince-sama Maji Love Revolutions would be released I put it on my to watch list. After that, I waited for it to be available on Hulu and watched a couple of episodes. Don’t get me wrong. I really like this anime. I enjoy the cliché “we can make our dreams come true” moments in the anime, but
I’ve decided to dedicate a couple of days of the 12 Days of Anime to the anime I have not finished watching. Just to see if by writing I get the urge to get back on track and finish them. So many anime, so little time on my hands! First off is Sailor Moon Crystal. I was excited to hear that a new Sailor Moon adaptation to commemorate the 20th anniversary of Sailor Moon would be coming out. Sailor Moon was without a doubt one of my favorite anime when I was
There’s nothing like taking a day off to listen to your favorite anime soundtracks. Which is something that I did very often this year. I couldn’t resist looking for songs of Inuyasha, Rurouni Kenshin, Naruto, Bleach, among others. But I have to admit that even though the songs are great, I’m also happy when I find a good quality opening or ending scene on YouTube to complement it. Sometimes it’s necessary to listen to those songs again. They bring back great memories of my teenage years. Wow! I sound so
Last June my sister had started to watch a lot of anime and every time she would finish one she would tell me about it. So one day, I recommended she watch Yamato Nadeshiko Shichi Henge because I had enjoyed many of its ridiculous comedic scenes and loved the live action Japanese drama. We checked Hulu to see if it was available and it only had the version that was dubbed in English. Personally, I enjoy watching subtitled versions of anime, but I’m okay with watching a dubbed version as long as it’s