As you can guess, I´m kind of a anime nerd. I fell in love with the medium a little bit over a decade ago, after I was introduced to the Dragon Ball series by my boyfriend. Since then I´ve been exploring the anime world, and are still learning cool stuff from it and its characters.
Some genres are closer to my heart than others, such as the action, adventure, fantasy, super power, supernatural, magic, romance, seinen and shounen oriented types. Hint - my top 10 is dominated by them ;). I do however have some guilty pleasures, such as cheese shoujo dramas, or a really bad comedy.
My scores are highly dependent on the enjoyment a show/manga can give me. So even if the show has very obvious flaws, I can still give it a very high score based on it´s enjoyment and entertaining value to me. My scoring is based on the MAL criterias, but with a personal twist.
[1.] An abomination, burn it. Its only purpose is as an energy source. (Anime: School Days)
Why I´m writing reviews?
Because I love to write and express myself with words. If I found something really good, or really bad, or even really mediocre, nothing is more satisfying than put words on the whole experience and finding the sources to those feelings. Which often happen when I´m writing down an experience. I´m still a beginner in the review department, but hopefully my writing is getting better with time. English isn´t my native tongue either, so I´m still a bit limited by the language barrier, but my horizon is expanding ;)
And since I´m a bit of a romantic, here is my favorite ships
The importance of Openings and Endings
To me a great Opening can make up a huge part of a show. It can set me in the perfect mood, and really make me paying attention to an episode with its amazing music and visuals. And a great Ending can round up an episode, and summoning up all the feelings that I felt during the watch. And both is nice to watch every other time, just so I can relive the experience and remember what I liked about it. So, to me they can be rather important.
My top 15 Openings (which are always on my playlist)