Hey, how’s it going there? My last post was in… holy shit, it was back in June. Anyway, before I get to reviewing New Game, I think I owe you readers an explanation for my very long absence from the anime world in general. If you’re friends with me on Facebook, you might know already. But […]Read More New Game: So Much Potential Squandered
It seems that there’s a bunch of energetic cosplayers and/or weebs in Bali. This is me judging solely from the increasing amount of maid cafes that have suddenly sprouted up, usually in partnerships with local, small Japanese-style restaurants in Denpasar. The most recent café features ten lovely and cute maids ready to serve their masters […]Read More Cute Maids and Good Food at Akiha Bali Maid Cafe
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’ve finished binge watching Grimgar last week, but I needed some time to actually mull over the anime because it left quite an impression on me. You see, I’m a huge fan of MMO-themed anime. When Grimgar came out, I was like “meh, it’s probably another SAO”. But when I finally found a hotspot fast enough to batch-download […]Read More Grimgar: An MMO Anime that Actually Values Progress
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?
If you were expecting yet another overpowered protagonist like SAO, or the boring monologues and meticulous planning of Log Horizon, throw away all of your expectations and turn off your brain for a light comedy and absurd satire of KonoSuba. Heck, in the first episode, a looping montage of Aqua and Kazuma’s lives is played to […]Read More KonoSuba: Absurd Satire of the MMO