Hello hello hello!!! Been awhile, I’ve been watching a few anime shows lately so I thought I should blog again. Recently, I finished watching Saekano: How to raise a boring girlfriend (the usual way! Yep, in a DAY) due to influence of a friend after we heard one character from it was going to get a nendoroid soon. As you know me, sometimes, curiousity peaks in! So, what can I say?

Saekano: How to raise a boring girlfriend

Saekano: How to raise a boring girlfriend

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Honestly, I’m a not a fan of its genre. I felt like watching just because rather than getting glued to it. I’ll give it to you though, I enjoy the characters’ development, most especially our heroine Megumi, Kato (who is going to get a nendoroid soon! I think she truly deserves it more than the characters)

I actually gave it a try because my friend told me it wasn’t harem. Yet when I watched I was like seeing her as a clickbait lol. In my opinion, this is harem. I mean, girls flocking over a guy is definitely one although each character have their own special episodes which emphasize their relationship with the main character.

Overall, I’d say this anime is a 7/10 for me. I guess it’s just not my type. Season 2 is around the corner and while I didn’t like it that much, I think I’ll still watch just to see what happens with Megumi, Kato because she always leaves you wanting to know more about her!

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So, I finally decided to finish Re:Zero kara Hajimeru Isekai Seikatsu – mostly, for the love of Rem because #Rem4life. Waifu notings aside, what can I say?

Re:Zero kara Hajimeru Isekai Seikatsu

Re:Zero kara Hajimeru Isekai Seikatsu

Of course, we all know that it’s not actually done yet and there’s more to come. But overall, I enjoyed the series – especially that we’ve seen Subaru’s struggles, and how he was able to face them. I’m not sure if I missed how the story went with the light novel (I only read someone’s translation) but it appears the anime was more “happy” than the light novel that seemed “gloomy”. Well, after all we all need a happy ending so it seems different for me than the one I’ve read.

That said, this is an anime of all time that you’ll enjoy, each characters are emphasized (not so much love for Ram though in the last episodes)

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Kimi No Nawa

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It’s hard to find good anime movies that are truly heart-felt and full of emotionsSo when you find one, you just can’t miss it! Just like how it was with Kimi No Nawa, another great one from CoMix Wave Films, same company that worked with 5 Centimeters Per Second. Translated in English, Kimi No Nawa means “Your Name?” which is a very important line to remember.

Kimi No Nawa

Kimi No Nawa

Two people find themselves connected to each other through their dreams for some mysterious reason and decides to make the best out of it. But what happens when it stops just when they’ve feel comfortable with each other?

Get ready some buckets, because this 9/10 movie will give you some intense feels. Not as much feels as 5 Centimeters Per Second, but still!

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