Drift racing from before the Fast & Furious days. Is it a legend reborn?
As promised, it’s time for the first anime post of the year. Whoo! So, what’s coming in terms of anime? Let’s have a gander. I only have a few regular features here. The obvious in is straight up reviews. Will these remain? Of course they will. It takes me a while to finish series, … Continue reading 2018: Anime, Manga and what to expect
D-Frag! is absolutely bonkers. But which version is better, the anime or the manga?
Hi Mark! For those that aren’t familiar with you, can you tell us a little about yourself and your work? As a boy growing up, I geeked out over trains and electronics. That’s why I work now as an electrical engineer designing and commissioning signal and communications systems for railroads and rail transit agencies across the … Continue reading Author Interview: Mark J. Engels
Welcome, one and all, to this week’s random anime post. Being in close proximity to Halloween, I wanted to make this one a spooky posting. As such, I’m going to be looking at the live action adaption of Tokyo Ghoul that is appearing next week. Now, the first thing to note here is that I … Continue reading Tokyo Ghoul: The Live Action Movie – How Hopeful Am I?
Flying Witch is an wonderfully relaxing series. But which version is better, the anime or the manga?
Welcome, one and all, to the end of April 2017 round-up/projects update. This has been one busy month in so many ways, but especially in terms of my own writing. We’ll get to all of that though. First up, as always, let’s begin with a run-down of what’s been happening on the site. Postings … Continue reading Projects Update and Month in Review: April 2017
This week, I thought that I’d speak a little about the different series (in terms of manga and light novels) that I’m currently reading, and try to explain why it is that I’m sticking with each one. Now, this is not a definitive list by any means. In fact, to one degree or another, I … Continue reading Blog Post: What Am I Currently Reading?
Anime and Manga, much like any art form, is subjective. Truth be told, there are series out there that are both loved and hated depending on who you ask, and we all have our own individual favourites. The chances are that somewhere among these favourites you probably have at least one Manga that you always … Continue reading Blog Post: Manga than never became an Anime