First thing I’ll say is it’s not like the manga. Which i kind of refreshing. There are so many shows out there are go completely off a manga. And, I’m talking panel by panel. I know it’s always great to see your favorite manga come to life but, it’s also nice to not know what’s going on. Continue reading “Toji no Miko Episode 1”
Boku no Hero Academia is one of the left over shows from the Spring season. It currently in it’s second season and shows no sign of stopping any time soon. That is something I’m very excited about. Continue reading “Boku no Hero Academia Episode 26”
The Edge of Tomorrow or Live. Die. Repeat. was released in 2014. It is based on the light novel All You Need is Kill by Hiroshi Sakurazaka. It stars Tom Cruise and Emily Blunt. It fallows the same basic plot of All You Need is Kill, except for Cruise’s character, who is a little different from is novel counter part.
Vampire Hunter D, Banpaia Hantā Dī in Japanese, was first published in 1983. It was written by Hideyuki Kikuchi, who has written a plethora of horror novels, and illustrated by Yoshitaka Amano, who is an artist, character designer, illustrator and a theater and film scenic designer and costume designer. There are 26 Vampire Hunter D novels, yes you read that right, 26. Since the release the light novel series has spawned; two animated movies, five audio dramas, a video game, a manga adaptation of the series, and multiple cross overs in to American comics. There is also an animated tv show in the works and talks of a live action film.
An other week as come and gone and an other round of manga has come out. These are the series that I am currently reading and staying updated with. This is just my opinion and my thoughts. If you think differently or have other thoughts I’d love to hear from you. Put everything down in the comments down below. Continue reading “This week in Manga!”
Aoharu X Machinegun, Aoharu X Kikanjuu in Japanese, is based on the manga by the same name. It is written and illustrated by NAOE. The manga first came out in early 2013 and is still ongoing. Since it is not finished and the anime didn’t finish the story I’m most likely going to add it to This Week in Manga, because I want to know what happened. The anime is 12 episodes long and literally as I was writing this article an special came out. Even though it didn’t come out with the original run, I am adding to this review. Because you bet I watched it on the 10th.
Haikyuu!! is based on the manga by the same name written by Haruichi Furudate. THe series fallows the lives of a junior high school volleyball club (in Japan there are no teams, even though there are national competitions, but it is technically a club that is mostly student run). The synopsis and trailer for the second season of the series is after the break.