When you think of gay anime characters, you probably think of yaoi and yuri, but great LGBT anime characters can be found in other genres. Learn about the history of sexuality and gender in Japan, how their attitudes differ from the US, and which LGBT characters challenge stereotypes.
We all go through bouts of depression and we all deal with it in different ways. Even if we take solace in anime, we might watch completely different things ranging from the joyful to the horribly depressing.
The Doomsday Clock - a metaphor designed to represent how close humanity is to destruction - is at 3 minutes to midnight. To help you prepare for our rapidly approaching destruction, we've got you covered with some top-notch post-apocalyptic anime.
Anime boys come in all sorts of different hair colors; each one with their own charm and set of cliches/tropes. This time, let's focus our attention on white haired anime boys who tend to be a little bishi-er than most.
I've been blogging anime for a long time, and there aren't many series about which I can say this but... my experience blogging No. 6 was unique.
**This article contains SPOILERS! Please be forewarned!**
Humanity nearly destroyed itself in the last great war and left most of the world uninhabitable. Since that war society has rebuilt itself into six self sustaining city-states on the only livable land remaining. A student, named Shion, lives in what seems like paradise: the city No.6.