I have told myself repeatedly to get involved in any more weeb drama. But this one was just so severe, I just had to emerge from my cave to investigate things. Here’s the drama. It involves live-streaming a movie in a cinema. AdvertisementsRead More Weeb Watch: Disregard for Rules puts Weebs in Uncertainty
Inside jokes are called “inside jokes” for a reason: they’re only funny within your own social groupRead More “Loli”: The Inside Joke that Went Too Far
Only good news has been heard about the movie Kimi no na wa. For example, it has passed the 20 billion yen mark. It’s being considered for an Oscar nomination, which is amazing since Americans have really shit taste in what they watch (at least Spotlight was great). RADWIMPS is even getting in on the glory, with their […]Read More No, Shinkai is NOT the new Miyazaki
How being a weeb actually helped me in real life.Read More Channel the Weeb Power for Good!
Is it fair to judge an anime simply based on the contents of the first three episodes? I don’t think so.Read More Is the 3-Episode Rule Sacrosanct?
I’ll admit, I haven’t ranted for a long time. Mostly because things have been quite calm in the weeb-verse, save for a couple of incidents that I really don’t care about. In most of my weeb life, I was never a person that really enjoyed ecchi or fans service in anime. Sure, I enjoyed some […]Read More Can We Stop with the Ecchi Stuff, Please?
Recently, there was a major internal spat in an otaku community on Facebook. I’m not gonna even bother to censor names and mince words; yes, I am talking about the uproar that happened inside Komunitas Otaku Indonesia (KOI) S2. The spat was related to alleged nepotism and admin power abuse in a mascot designing contest, […]Read More Building Better Otaku Communities