Manga for Chads Ep. 1: ‘Niwatori Fighter’

Not too long ago, sometime during the past ten minutes, I decided that I wanted to start a series of blog post/reviews for some manga that is fitting for a keen demographic: the Chad. Without delving to far into the details, the “Chad” is the epitome of what it means to be a man. Whatever… Continue reading Manga for Chads Ep. 1: ‘Niwatori Fighter’

Do You Ever Wonder if You’re a Bad Man?

Somewhere around a couple years ago, I had the privilege of watching the first season of True Detective. Having first aired on HBO sometime during 2014, it received wide acclaim. This is well-deserved–given its brilliant writing, stellar cinematography, and terrific performances from the cast all around. I tend to use the word “masterpiece” sparingly; be… Continue reading Do You Ever Wonder if You’re a Bad Man?

Chase Atlantic is Based

Life, there are just some things about it that we cannot explain. On a daily basis, I am constantly reminded of what little I truly know. The more that I learn, the more that I realize just how much I am lacking–in nearly every aspect of life. It’s difficult to not wonder whether I have… Continue reading Chase Atlantic is Based

Some Sus Manga For Self-Proclaimed Degenerates

Though I would most likely be better off not doing it, I tend to read some lewd manga. During such times as these, I stay away from h-manga and stick with ecchi stuff. There are different reasons for this, but it boils down to the fact that I prefer to read things with substance–particularly when… Continue reading Some Sus Manga For Self-Proclaimed Degenerates

Shaman King: Ren Tao is Cringe

In a world ripe with cringey antagonists, there is an individual that stands out from the rest of the cringe mold… All jokes aside, I just want to say that I realize that dynamic antagonists with compelling, convincing motives are hard to come by. Not going to act like I know how to write them,… Continue reading Shaman King: Ren Tao is Cringe

Super Cub: my First Impressions

I just finished watching the first episode of Super Cub. This type of show isn’t something I’d typically watch, but I decided to pick it up up after reading the description of the manga and also seeing the “iyashikei” tag. For some reason, these factors—paired with the motorbike motif—convinced me to try it out. I… Continue reading Super Cub: my First Impressions

Violet Evergarden: The Movie

(There will be some spoilers in this review. Most of them will be from the original anime series. When it comes to any major spoilers for the 2020 film, I’ll siphon them off with spoiler tags. Avoid reading beyond those indicators if you want to avoid major plot points and developments from the film.) The… Continue reading Violet Evergarden: The Movie

Natsuzora and Run Review

If you’re reading this review, I’m not sure whether or not you’ve read the description for the manga, so I’ll operate under the assumption that you haven’t. Whenever a story contains this type of subject matter, it’s ripe to be picked and thrown away as spoiled crop. The “subject matter” I’m referring to in this… Continue reading Natsuzora and Run Review