If you didn’t know already, I’ve been sick for quite a while. When I’m sick, I always lie in bed and marathon through anime series that I’ve already seen, either countless times (e.g. Death Note) or series that left an impression on me when I first seen them. No Game No Life definitely left an impression on me when I first watched it and I actually enjoyed it more the second time around.
I was casually browsing Reddit when I stumbled upon a reference to unknown anime called Rosario + Vampire. I don’t remember where it was or what the original content was about so I can’t link you to the actual comment. Anyway, as usually, I would quickly google it to get the title, log in to Hummingbird and check its summary. Monsters, vampires, that sounds cool, let me quickly check out a review on YouTube, I thought. I found a video where a boy describes this anime as shounen anime and it’s supposed to be funny, with character development and “well drawn girls”. Apparently “well drawn girls” meant something else than high quality animation. In the same YouTube video it was mentioned that there are epic fight scenes throughout the anime as well.
Valentine’s day is just a few days away so I thought I’d share some of the best anime that are perfect to watch by yourself or share the experience with your better half on the day dedicated to love.
I heard a lot of good things about Psycho-Pass from friends and the overall anime community and I thought I’d check it out. It really disappointed me and it was one of the hardest anime that I’ve managed to sit through due to being so boring and uninteresting.
There are many sad moments in anime, especially if the anime has characters that we grew to love over the course of the anime. Some of these sad moments are listed below and are in my opinion the most heart wrenching moments that anime has to offer.