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!
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|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.|
The cyberpunk genre is definitely not as huge as it was in the late Twentieth Century, but it’s still a genre that a lot of people love and think is mindblowing. But as I said in my first impressions of the manga, No Guns Life, I find the genre to be not-so-mindblowing. In fact, it’s … Continue reading Why the Cyberpunk Genre is Stale: A Rant
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
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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