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A one-stop-blog for Eastern and Western media both (but mostly the former) from someone who straight-up loves Japanese culture (and has been studying it, too)! Check out my reviews, and leave a comment. I’d love to hear various thoughts and opinions!

Light NovelsManga…and More!
There’s tons of light novels out there (especially isekai)! I discuss them in my NEW Weeb Reads Monthly series!I read a lot of manga as well! From big I.P.s to hidden gems! Comprehensive reviews and recommendations of all kinds!On occasion, I’ll post videogame reviews, movie reviews, discuss music (mainly Japanese of course) Western media, whatever I think might be of interest.

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Some Old-School Prog for a New Year: Silver Lake by Esa Holopainen — Self-Titled Album Review

Part of being neck-deep in the metal hole is an obligation to look into new artists as they appear. Well, in this particular case, I wouldn’t call Esa Holopainen a new artist, but this solo project of his, Silver Lake by Esa Holopainen, is new. Plus, it’s my first time ever hearing of Holopainen himself, … Continue reading Some Old-School Prog for a New Year: Silver Lake by Esa Holopainen — Self-Titled Album Review

The Emerald City of Oz: Somehow, a Volume with a Literal War in it Has Next to NO Action

L. Frank Baum’s Oz books had been steadily getting better, up until the fifth book, The Road to Oz. I really hope that it was just a fluke. Well, the only way to figure out if the series is getting better or worse is to continue it! Let’s jump into book six: The Emerald City … Continue reading The Emerald City of Oz: Somehow, a Volume with a Literal War in it Has Next to NO Action


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Some Old-School Prog for a New Year: Silver Lake by Esa Holopainen — Self-Titled Album Review

Part of being neck-deep in the metal hole is an obligation to look into new artists as they appear. Well, in this particular case, I wouldn’t call Esa Holopainen a new artist, but this solo project of his, Silver Lake by Esa Holopainen, is new. Plus, it’s my first time ever hearing of Holopainen himself, … Continue reading Some Old-School Prog for a New Year: Silver Lake by Esa Holopainen — Self-Titled Album Review

The Emerald City of Oz: Somehow, a Volume with a Literal War in it Has Next to NO Action

L. Frank Baum’s Oz books had been steadily getting better, up until the fifth book, The Road to Oz. I really hope that it was just a fluke. Well, the only way to figure out if the series is getting better or worse is to continue it! Let’s jump into book six: The Emerald City … Continue reading The Emerald City of Oz: Somehow, a Volume with a Literal War in it Has Next to NO Action

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