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”
When this show started, the only thoughts that went through my head were “oh look an other magical girl like show, where every one is saved with the power of friendship or something like that.” Those shows are a dime a dozen. We don’t need more of those shows. So, I’m very happy I was wrong.
When you are young, you have an idea of how the world is. How you’re supposed to act and how to be an adult. You act certain ways because you look up to someone, or you think that is what type of person you want to be. Or, you feel you have some thing to prove to every one. Continue reading “My Hero Academia Episode 27”
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.
Dragon Ball was first published in 1984. The manga ran for 11 years till 1995. I was written and illustrated by Akira Toriyama. The original story was based off the Chinese classic Journey to the West. Dragon Ball has spawned five individual animes, that span 710 episodes and the current one is still airing with new episodes coming out weekly. There are multiple spin off manga series as well. There are 19 anime films and 8 tv specials. There are 40+ video games. Then there are all the sound tracks for all of the properties. There are more art and companion books then any one could count. If you haven’t noticed Dragon Ball is kind of a big deal.