Don’t @ Me: Ten of My Anime Opinions: One Piece Edition

Not even standby hell can stop me from this post! Welcome back to Don’t @ Me where, like the people bitching about how Fire Force is “sexist” I rise from the dark corners of the net to  give you opinions no one ever asked for. This week we bring home the Shonen “big three” with ten of my opinions on One Piece. Let’s set sail and check it out after the cut.

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A Pirate Life for Thee

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The Summer of Love: What Fellow Bloggers think of High School DxD

The Summer of Love delivers a second post this week. I’ll be flying home, so while posts will be slow for the next few days, I wanted to make sure I threw up at least one more.

Recently I asked several of my fellow bloggers to give me some quotes on what they thought about High School DxD, and they happily responded. Some gave me long answers, others did not! Some love the series, others don’t care for it. Both of these are equally important, cause shows like High School DxD and Ecchi are not for everyone, but it is important, I think at least, to give the genre the respect it is due. Join me after the cut as I share some of these quotes from fellow bloggers!

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There is no reason for this post, but I love cute Koneko

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Housekeeping, Summer Plans and Beyond!

Hey guys.

I’m throwing up this post because I’ll be returning to the other side of the pond at the end of this week (thank Christ) and I want to throw out a bit of a plan of action on what’s going to be happening for the next little while. Plus I just wanted to throw up another post, cause fuck it why not, I gotta keep that post count up.

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The Summer of Love is working it’s way through it’s second month, and I’ll have finished the second season of High School DxD this week. So far it’s been an awesome time and I’ve loved going back to seeing how this series holds up. I’m glad for all the retweets and likes people have been sharing (do it more please). Next month is a big one, where I have to delve into the final two seasons, but I got a lot to say!

I’ve finally put up that post on Goblin Slayer I’ve been meaning to do for months. It’s always good to jump back into a character dive and discuss what works and what doesn’t. The next one I have planned is to look at the main lead of Rascal Does not Dream of Bunny Girl Senpai, which should be an interesting write up.

The mega sale on Rightstuf has allowed me to purchase several series for “cheap”, which means I’ll have more series to talk about. You can expect posts on Berserk: The Golden Age Arc, and So I Can’t Play H? in the coming weeks. I’m also planning on revisiting Shomin Sample before the year is out, I really love that humor of that show I do think it deserves a proper-redive.

The next theme month will probably happen in November, and I’m planning on it being a re-read of the manga Black Cat, expect more details soon.

This September will be the one-year anniversary of this blog, and I’m mentally preparing myself. My wallet however, is not. Also….fuck. Thanks Crow.

If you’ve missed it. I’ve been lucky enough to do a guess collaboration post on Ecchi Hunter. I’ve sat down with Lynn and discussed both Parallel Paradise, and How NOT to Summon a Demon Lord!

Do You Love your Mom and her Two-Hit Multi Target Attacks? Didn’t suck, so thank GOD for that.

As always thanks to CrowIrinaLynnKarandiScottYomu and Matt and Pete for always liking or sharing my posts and welcoming my comments. I hope you’ve all been enjoying the blog as much as I enjoy working on it. If you are not reading them, make sure to you start doing it, they’ve been round this block far longer than me.

 

Goblin Slayer’s Goblin Slayer: The Hero’s Hero.

Goblin Slayer has been a surprise hit among anime fans, harking back to the days of Berserk style shows where the gore, violence and settings don’t have an Isekai in sight. It was no doubt that a show like Goblin Slayer would be popular, but the level of enjoyment people got from this show was rather surprising, as was the “controversy”

But we aren’t here to talk about that, instead I want to talk about the titular lead of the show and what makes him so unique in the era of anime leads. Join me after the cut as I take a Character Dive into the main character of Goblin Slayer: The Goblin Slayer

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Did someone say Goblins?

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