There are some lines that are used almost universally in anime. Some might even call them cliché at this point. Even though they’re tried and tired by now, I think some of them are still a pleasure to run across even if you’ve heard them again and again and again.
The Spring 2018 anime season is halfway finished!
There are tons of shows which could be considered to revolve around Cute Girls Doing Cute Things. While they’re all different in subtle ways, they are also similar in other aspects and can feature the same sort of developments.
Warning: this article attempts to explore the portrayal of violence against transgender individuals within a particular manga/anime series.
From battleships to animals, making inanimate objects and fundamental concepts into cute girls is very much an anime thing.
Unfiltered tirades against particular titles, as well as hyperbolic reviews which claim that a series is a perfect masterpiece, can be enjoyable to consume to a degree. Yet written content on anime, as well as other forms of media, of such a nature is inherently alienating and frustrating to many.
A quarter of the year is now gone, folks.
Like it or not, they’re the unsung heroes in many narratives. Or, at the very least, they play important supporting roles despite being, well, not very important in the grand scheme of things.