Do you like lists? I heard you like lists. I like them too. Today I’m sharing with you my top ten favorite female anime and manga characters. Some might be surprising, some are no brainers if you follow this blog. Some are there cause they have great character arcs. Some are there cause they have big fat anime tiddies. Either way, they are there. Join me after the cut as go through my top favorite female anime and manga characters!
The Summer of Love comes to an end today with a final post. It has been a fun ride, so let’s not waste anytime and get into my final thoughts on the series High School DxD, after the cut.
The Summer of Love will be a bit different this week. For this review, the final arc of the series thus far, I’m going to be throwing everything involving Sairaorg and the Rating Game down in the “Additional Thoughts,” section. That isn’t a sign of it’s quality, it’s only because I want to devote most of this post to the other half. I’ve hyped it up, I’ve planted my flag in the ground. I’ve said it is the greatest moment in the ecchi/harem genre ever put to page. Join me after the cut as we take a look at the final arc of High School DxD Hero, the final arc of the anime: The Rating Game Arc.
The Summer of Love continues with a second post this week. I’ve done an examination of series lead Rias Gremory, and now it’s time to take a look at the series male lead character: Issei Hyoudou. I’ve already talked about this character before, but since I am revisiting the entire series, I feel I need to give this character a (well deserved second look). So join me after the cut as The Summer of Love takes a Character re-dive into the lead of High School DxD: Issei Hyoudou.
High School DxD Hero is the one of the strongest seasons of the series, and it’s opening theme is probably the second best the series has ever had. Don’t ask me, watch for yourself! The Tune of the Week, the final one for The Summer of Love is the fourth opening for High School DxD: SWITCH
The Summer of Love continues this week! We are now in the final stretch of our look at the series High School DxD and season 4 has begun! After the rather rough ride that was the back half of season 3, I can happily say that we are back in firm ground with our next installment, so join me after the cut as I dive into the first arc of High School DxD Hero: The Kyoto Arc
If you want to examine whether an anime you love or think is popular has a chance to a “great work” of the anime medium, there are many things you can look at it. One of these things, one of the more effective of these things is seeing how many series are made that try to ape that success. We live in the age of Isekai thanks in no small part to how Sword Art Online impacted the genre. Mobile Suit Gundam opened up the floodgates of several real-robot anime that followed, and I don’t even need to get the legacy of Dragon Ball.
So this summer, as I have examined the series High School DxD to determine if it is the great work of the ecchi/harem genre. I have also looked at a series that feels very much created to try and latch onto that massive success, to ride the coattails, as so many other series have, to scrape up the crumbs of all that prestige and fame. Join me after the cut as I take a shallow dive into the anime series So, I Can’t Play H!