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Generally speaking, I don’t like tsundere characters. Ferris from Densetsu no Yuusha no Densetsu is an exception to this, though. I won’t claim she’s my favourite character of all times, but strangely enough she never really annoyed me, and sometimes she was even very funny. And all that while she’s as stereotypical as a tsundere gets. Read the rest of this entry »

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I know a lot of people who would disagree with me on this part, because many people seem to love Spirited Away the most. I, on the other hand, have another Ghibli favourite, marked by some strong competition of another Ghibli movie. First place goes to Howl’s Moving Castle, and as an honourable second place is for Princess Mononoke. Read the rest of this entry »

I’m halfway the 30 day challenge, and I must say that this is a tricky challenge. There is such a great number anime soundtracks that I love, and often it depends on my mood. But if I’d have to evaluate an anime soundtrack as a whole, and not just a couple of lovely tracks, I choose for the Fairy Tail soundtrack, because it is of a consistently high standard and it is at the same time very recognizable. Read the rest of this entry »

It’s been a while since I’ve last had an anime wallpaper on my computer, because I usually have either an abstract wallpaper or a HDR-photograph as wallpaper. Now I have a wallpaper of the K-Drama which I am watching now, which is Iljimae. I think the last wallpaper from an anime I had was from Tsubasa Reservoir Chronicles. Read the rest of this entry »

I’m not really ashamed of any of the anime I’ve seen so far, but if I had to choose one, I guess it would be World Destruction. Why I am slightly ashamed of it? Because it’s basically your stereotypical adaptation of a game to an anime, and in terms of story it’s actually rather bad… And you know, the title is not that attractive either… But I still enjoyed it anyway. Read the rest of this entry »

I remember my very first anime very well! It was Tsubasa Reservoir Chronicles. I watched it 3 years ago (so you can tell that I’m not that long into anime yet!). I think it was a very good introduction to anime, because it contains several of the elements that anime is so well known for (original art style, famous seiyuus (voice actors), beautiful music,…). Read the rest of this entry »