After thinking things through and organizing my schedule, I’m finally able to say that I’ll be participating in the 12 Days of Anime 2016 event. I almost didn’t make the introduction post deadline, since I was trying to figure out first if I could participate this year via my YouTube channel. But I guess this year I’ll be blogging for the event as well. In this year’s event, I decided to do things a little bit differently, since I really didn’t watch any new anime this year, and my to
Yes, you are not dreaming. This is really happening! It was announced that the members of the creative team CLAMP will be launching a manga sequel for the popular Cardcaptor Sakura series that will be released in the July issue of Kodansha’s Nakayoshi magazine on June 3. The manga will focus on Sakura’s life after graduating Tomoeda Elementary School. She is said to be in her first year of junior high school when an incident takes place after she has a mysterious dream.
Merry Christmas (or Happy Holidays) to everyone! I hope you all are having a very nice day with all your friends and family. I’m just here to finish the last blog post of the 12 Days of Anime event. What you start you must finish. So here are the last of my anime resolutions.
I’m really busy right now, and I’m writing this post on my way to do some last minute shopping with my mom. But I’m going to complete these 12 Days of Anime blog posts. So here are some of my anime “resolutions” for 2016.
A couple of years I ago, my friend told me about a website called My Anime List. This is a website in which you create a profile, find information on anime and add them to various lists you have available on your profile. The basic lists are the Currently Watching, Completed, On Hold, Dropped and Plan to Watch. Basically, if you’re the kind of person who likes to make lists about the anime you watch, this website is for you. When my friend told me about it, I immediately made a profile and started to write down