I was lucky enough to sit down with one of the bloggers and have a conversation on one such series: Parallel Paradise. I’ve already put down my own thoughts on the series beforehand, but it was great to talk shop with a fellow blogger about what works, what doesn’t, and what is an excellent additon to the Ecchi genre.
Welcome back to Don’t @ Me, where I dish out a heaping helping of anime opinions that are raw, from the hip and to the point. Here are yet another ten of my opinions on anime in general. Let’s dig into it.
Throughout my time on WordPress, readers might have seen me bring up the words “Great Work” several times, across several different blog posts. I’ve mentioned how some series are either a great work of it’s genre, or close to becoming it. What I haven’t mentioned though is what exactly do I mean by a “Great Work”
Well since this coming June I’ll be starting a three month long blogging project investigating whether a certain series is worth of being called the “great work” of its genre, I wanted to take some time to lay out my thoughts on the idea of a “great work” in the realm of Anime. So after the cut let’s take a dive into my thoughts.
I haven’t done a housekeeping post in a long time, life has been busy but I’ve had some free time, so I thought I’d take sometime to talk about the blog and what’s coming up.
The Spring Anime Season is going well and I’ll have my 3 episode thoughts on the series I’m watching this time round, plus a few other shows I added after my initial post. So far it’s been a ok season so far, with a few good shows but mostly it feels like the big hits of the year (Dragon Maid Season 2, ReZero Season 2, Isekai MILF) are being saved for the later year.
Don’t @ Me, which was something I threw up for laughs has been quite fun to do so far, so you expect that becoming a weekly to bi-weekly thing for a while. Expect posts on Fate Stay Night, General Anime thoughts, Mobile Suit Gundam, and more!
I’ll be writing up a character dive on Naruto Uzumaki sometime in the next month or so. I’ve been meaning to get into it for awhile now, but I just haven’t had the time. I’ll also be doing a re-review of Isekai Smartphone because I feel that show deserves a second look. That should be fun to do as well.
Finally this June I’ll be starting a new three-month blogging project encompassing a single series. I’ll give you three guesses on which one it is, but expect more information on that around the middle/end of May.
Overall I’m glad I’ve been able to keep up with the blog as I adjust to working full time, and I hope to keep things going. As always thanks for reading the blog, and much thanks to fellow Bloggers Crow, Irina, Lynn, Karandi, Scott, Yomu and Matt 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.
Irina from I drink and watch anime was tagged in a new post series that I think is quite ingenious: taking movies and books and seeing if they would make good animes. I couldn’t wait to get tagged. Here are the rules!
Choose 1 Book, Movie and TV show of your choice that you think could work as an anime. (A series of books or movies is allowed e.g. Lord of the Rings, Hunger Games)
If you want to pick more than 1 from each section that’s fine. Or if you can’t think of one for a specific category that’s fine also.
Explain why you think your choices could work as an anime. Maybe the advent of animation would enhance it, maybe the different anime genres could help expand and improve the story. Just go crazy with it.
Link back to the original post so I can read people’s suggestions, I’d love to read everyone’s ideas.
Include Make it Anime in your tags so everyone including myself can find them all easily.
Just wanted to drop in and do some housekeeping in regards to the blog and what’s coming up next week and in the new year.
First thing’s first, I will be starting a new job after the new year, which will limit how much I will able to post on this blog (I post way more than I thought I did). I expect that I might be able to post up to two or three posts a week, but that is dependent on how quick I am able to get my feet under me. I love this blog and I am glad I am starting to build a respectable audience so I won’t be going anywhere. Just expect a bit of a slowdown until things shake out.
In other news, the remaining posts of this year will be both my Quick Thoughts on the remaining seasonal anime I am watching (Bunny Girl Senpai, Senran Kagura, Golden Kamuy, Goblin Slayer, Uzamaid! and Slime) and my awards for the best (and worst) of anime in 2018. I already made an award list after the end of the fall season, but things have changed quite a bit! I am looking forward to getting into the 2019 anime season, and I already got some anime that are on my radar for next year. Doing proper shallow dives on Bunny Girl Senpai and the other seasonal anime will be coming sometime in January, along with more posts on ReZero, Naruto, and more.
As always, thank you so much for reading my blog, and to all my fellow anime bloggers who share my work, or just give it a quick like. I’m glad I have been able to make a small foundation for myself in this community, and I hope we can carry on into the new year.
So Merry Christmas! Happy Holidays, and see you in the New Year!