Edit: Everyone, thank you for all your support. This blog will now be moving onto the second round with voting scheduled for May 4th at 20:00 GMT. I hope to continue to receive your support in the next round of the Aniblog Tournament.
For all of those visiting my blog from the Aniblog Tourney, I wish to welcome you to my anime blog! For those of you who aren’t but are curious about the tournament, check out the home page of the Aniblog Tourney and vote!
I realize being in the fourth poll and probably the 7th or so blog you’ve checked out today, I can only imagine that many of you are already tired after reading so much or scrolling through several new blogs already. If that’s the case, then let’s keep this short.
My About page has some basic information if you’re curious about me, but I recommend you explore the site at your own pace and read what you want to read. The anime in the categories side bar have episodic posts though the topics are extremely variable and are often on subjects that interest me or that I think would be good discussion points. Even more anime are covered here but they are categorized by seasons and often in the format of Weekly Anime with shorter topics for each anime. For thoughts and reviews on anime, check out the Season Reviews category which includes Season Previews, Mid-Season Reviews, and Season Reviews. I urge you to find whatever interests you, read it, and enjoy your stay.
If you’re not tired or weary and curious for some of my better posts with links to specific examples, then please, continue on.
Below are some selected posts that I thought might highlight some of my work and provide you with insight into my style of blogging. I hardly ever recap or review anime in my episodic posts but choose, instead, to pursue whatever interested me or inspired me during the episode and write a post on a subject I hope others find interesting or bring up topics that most people wouldn’t think or talk about. Keep in mind that every episodic post has a random subject so every anime varies in style and content. Furthermore, this style has slowly evolved over time and some of my older posts on older anime may appear to have different focuses and styles than my newer ones. Here are a few examples of blog entries that show the wide range of topics, styles, and energy in my posts. The posts here are not my best works but are examples of my random and analytical style of episodic blogging. Keep in mind that some of these posts contain spoilers.
Why I enjoy the charming art style of Usagi Drop: Usagi Drop – 6
Evaluating and comparing anime: Puella Magi Madoka Magica – 12 (Finale)
Effectively presenting the setting in Dantalian no Shoka: Dantalian no Shoka – 5
A bad end for Mysu?: [C] The Money of Soul and Possibility Control – 8
What if we remove the main character or hero element from Dog Days?: Dog Days – 7
Defining justice: Nisemonogatari – 7
Giving an anime a fair chance: Softenni – 12 (Finale)
I hope you found whatever articles you read to be interesting and check out some of the anime you enjoy. Be sure to browse the posts of the various anime I’ve followed and the Weekly Anime posts which are categorized by season. You’ll find further thoughts and topics on everything including anime not listed in the categories or tags side bars.
Also, one final piece before this post is over: I’d like to thank you for taking the time to check out my blog, read my posts, and consider me for the Aniblog Tourney. Even if you don’t vote for me in this round, I am glad you took the time to evaluate my blog and consider me for the honor of receiving your vote. I truly appreciate it, so thank you. Please come back to see more posts on Jormungand, Sakamichi no Apollon, and the rest of the anime airing this Spring!