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Nov 7, 2020
Tsuki ga Kirei was an anime that I overlooked back in 2017, and I regret doing that. The show is unique and does the opposite of what most romance anime currently airing do.

Most current romance anime consists of large drama and romantic rivals that create a complex love web that the main character has to fight in to declare his love. They normally have these difficult situations the characters have to band together to get over. Sure there were some situations for the characters to get over, but they were all very real and there weren’t as many. The show uses simpler techniques to get read more
Sep 13, 2020
Dr. Frost is a realistic psychological manhwa about people, and what it means to be human. Dr. Frost is a psychologist, who deals with people's mental “problems.” The story is somewhat episodic, as the story is into multiple small arcs, following each of the various clients’ cases. It has a story structure similar to that of Samurai Champloo, as they are all episodic, while slowly revealing to the reader and characters about Frost’s backstory and who he is. The story flows well, as each case spends a good amount of time for you to understand and sympathize with the characters, while not dragging out the read more
Sep 9, 2020
Doukyuusei is a short, shounen ai manga about two high school boys in their last year. It follows a romance between the two of them as they grow up, and sort out their feeling about their relationship and what it means to like another man.

The manga has a good story, as it focuses on the struggles of going into adulthood and “growing up.” There isn’t an overarching plot, as the story unfolds, with each chapter presenting a new situation for the characters to have to come to terms with. This isn’t done as well as you think it’d be, as the pacing is too fast. read more
Sep 6, 2020
Slam Dunk is the highest-rated sports manga on MAL, topping other manga like Haikyuu, Ashita no Joe, and Hajime no Ippo. It has sold 126 million copies, making it 9th best selling manga of all time. Does it hold up today? Does it deserve a top 10 spot on MAL?

The series' story overall is pretty a basic “we’re going to the Nationals and we’re going to win” kind of story. The main difference is its story other than it’s unique hook and good/surprising ending is that the win at the nationals is for everyone, not just their “senpai” that are going to graduate. The series' read more