One of the first Broadway plays that I watched in New York was the ever popular and famous Wicked about 5 years ago. If you are not familiar with the story, then you are missing out. Wicked is a unique take on the story from Wizard of Oz. The story of what happened before Dorthy dropped in.
With Valentine’s Day around the corner, I decided to cover a beloved romance series that I have read but now I can say I have watched as well. The romance series that I am discussing is the Outlander series. (If you remember I had covered the book in an earlier post, Outlander: Take off the shelf or beloved series?) Thanks to Netflix, I have watched all the latest episodes of Outlander, the TV series, and can now compare the show to the book.
Need a new show?
How about a fantasy adventure?
Then I suggest you pull up your Netflix and binge Gunjo no Magmell.
The synopsis is simple. A new era of exploration begins with the sudden appearance of a new continent known as Magmell. Magmell’s vast trove of never-before-seen natural resources spurs on the exploration of its vast landscape. However, the unknown is not always docile. In order to sustain the expeditions, people known as “anglers” specialize in dealing with Magmell’s dangerous wildlife. One such angler is the highly-skilled and experienced Inyou, who performs search and rescue operations for clients with the help of his assistant, Zero.
I love a good TV show that braces itself across several styles of story telling. I love action. I love sci-fi. I love romance. So if I can get a little piece of all my favorites in a show then I am more than excited to watch the program. So today, I present to you…
Now that the phenomenal series Game of Thrones has come to end, my Sunday night has become a little darker especially with the bitter taste that Season 8 had left in mouth. However, I may have a cure for our GOT separation anxiety until the spin offs are launched. Have you ever heard of Fairy Tail? Nope? Then you may want to prepare yourself.