JoJo’s Bizarre Adventure: Legacy of Heroes

Want an adventure?
How about a bizarre adventure?
Then I have the thing for you!
JoJo’s Bizarre Adventure is an anime series that was adapted from the manga of the same name. Each episode follows the lives of the Joestar family. They are a family gifted with powers. A family gifted with powers is never meant for a dull and boring life. Watch as each generation of the Joestar family has to decided to become a hero or something far darker.

Blue Exorcist: Nature or Nurture?

It is a question of humanity if we are determined by our nature or by those who nurture us. If you ask a room full of people this question, you will get a variety of different answers. So how are we suppose to know? An anime series (that was originally a manga) called Blue Exorcist brings this question into focus as the lead, Rin, and his brother discover that they are the sons of Satan.

The Seven Deadly Sins: Adventure Starts Here!

Sometimes we need a story that will take us far away from the mundane world. A story that breathes magic and submerges into your pores. Netflix recently has tried their hand at anime and have created a story that does just this. The adventure anime is called The Seven Deadly Sins.

Fruits Basket: Nostalgia Comeback

The other day, I had a wave of nostalgia hit me. It was while I was scrolling through the web looking for a new anime that I stumbled onto an old friend. An old friend that was a manga I read during my middle school years, and was making its reappearance again.

In/Spectre: Guiding Spirits on The Living

Want a show that isn’t cutesy? A show that has elements of suspense, supernatural, and so much more? Then might I suggest In/Spectre. It is an anime series I recently watched and liked very much. What is this anime series about? Here is the quick version

The Romance of Tiger and Rose: Fantasy Became Reality

A popular genre in the Chinese translated novels that I have been reading is the main character being dropped into their fantasy world. They then have to figure out life in their new environment and how to get back home. These are complex stories that are rarely finished in one book. So, it was nice to see a Chinese Romantic Comedy take this theme to the television screen. 

Murder in Montparnasse: Book vs. Show

Miss Fisher’s Murder Mysteries are one of my favorite television shows to watch. I am a huge fan. However, many fans do not know that this beloved series started as a book series by Kerry Greenwood. I was able to previously review Queen of the Flowers to vote between book and the show. Now, I am picking up another book from the series, and once again voting on which version is better. So here is Murder in Montparnasse: Book vs. Show, Round 2!