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With a plot that sounded interesting, this anime grabbed my attention long before it even started to air. I love books and reading, so I was happy to see that this would be incorporated in an anime. The promotional poster made it look like it was going to be a gothic-like, dark anime, and let’s say it at least tried to be that. Read the rest of this entry »

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One day, someone thought: “Hey, I’ll write a light novel that confuses my readers!” And that’s how Durarara was born. Well, that’s probably not how it went, but in my mind it did go this way. What other reason could there be for making a story this complicated and full of plot twists?! I haven’t read the light novel, but I can imagine it’s just as complex and fascinating as the anime. 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 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 »

“This anime was not what I had expected.” This phrase came to mind after I had finished the series. And that’s still how I feel about it. It’s like going on a journey, starting in Japan and ending up in the United States (this is only a metaphor of course, the characters don’t suddenly change location… or do they?). Some elements were very unpredictable, which resulted in the fact that I watched one episode after another in order to make sense out of all the events. Read the rest of this entry »