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”
I have feeling about CLAMP. I will do my best to be objective while watching this series.
But, I not making any promises.
Cardcaptor Sakura: Clear Card, some times written as Clear Card-hen and Kādokyaputā Sakura Kuria Kādo-hen in Japanese, is the continuation of the Cardcaptor Sakura. Now if you’re like me and grew up in the 90’s you watched Cardcaptor. Where the story of the Sakura cards is over, now we go to the story of the clear cards. Trailer and more information after the jump. Continue reading “Getting Ready for Cardcaptor Sakura: Clear Card”
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!”
Princess Mononoke, Mononoke Hime in Japanese, was first released in 1997 in Japan. It then came to the United States in 1999. It was written and directed by Hayao Miyazaki. The movie has now grown into a classic. The main theme through out he movie is environmental preservation, but it also deals with disability and sexuality.
Cardcaptor Sakura: The Movie, comes from the anime series by the same name, except the movie part. That series is based on the manga, again by the same name, written and illustrated by Clamp. If you don’t know who Clamp is, please stop reading this article and Google them, if that doesn’t ring a few bells. Then read or watch at least one of there works, trust me there is a whole library to choose from. Cliff note about them, they are an all female mangaka group that have been producing original manga since 1989. Cardcaptor Sakura is just one one their many many works, that came out in 1996. The anime came out in 1998 and the movie came out in 1999.