Monthly Archives: March 2022
Winter 2022 Anime Awards
The winter season of anime is over for 2022, so once again time for me to look back and share some of my favourite stuff from them. The shows I watched: – Akebi’s Sailor Uniform – Attack on Titan Final … Continue reading
Thoughts on Harukana Receive Volume 9
The second day of the Valkyrie Cup arrives in the ninth volume of Nyoijizai’s Harukana Receive, and team Harukana have tough opponents to overcome in their semifinal match. This volume contains chapters fifty through to fifty-five.
Spring 2022 Anime: What I Will Be Watching
Time for a new season of anime. Here’s a list of shows I want to watch for the season. Information is taken from LiveChart.me, and the air dates are in GMT.
Thoughts on Didn’t I Say to Make My Abilities Average in the Next Life?! Volume 11
One journey comes to an end in the eleventh volume of FUNA’s Didn’t I Say to Make My Abilities Average in the Next Life?! light novel series, and another is just getting started. This volume contains chapters eighty-one through to … Continue reading
Thoughts on A White Rose in Bloom Volume 2
Ruby is aiming for a scholarship in the second volume of Asumiko Nakamura’s A White Rose in Bloom. Unfortunately, her father is determined to not let that happen. This volume contains chapters five through to nine.
Thoughts on Cocoon Entwined Volume 5
Time for more hair from Yuriko Hara – oh, and I’m sure there’s some story stuff as well, in this fifth volume of Cocoon Entwined. This volume contains chapters twenty-three through to twenty-nine.
Thoughts on Burn the Witch Volume 1
We step into the wider world of Bleach with Tite Kubo’s Burn the Witch manga series. Some kind of society tackles evil beings that threaten to harm humans – sounds quite familiar, no? Instead of Soul Reapers and Hollows, though, … Continue reading
Game of the Month: March 2022
A new journey awaits this month – well, technically several new journeys, I guess, since I do have an honourable mention or two. March actually has a handful of games that I have my eye on, but for now I’ll … Continue reading