As you may know if you managed to catch my brief mention of it in my original What to Expect page, I planned on reviewing some shows at the end of every season. And guess what? It's the end of a season. So, time to break out of my retro reviews! This time I'm reviewing Brave 10, a 12 episode series made by Studio Sakimakura, who are very new in the industry. The series aired from January to March in 2012.
Saturday, March 31, 2012
Thursday, March 29, 2012
Sunday, March 25, 2012
Well, I did it. The blog broke 1,000 hits last night. I know I also mentioned my 500th hit in my Warcraft III review, but this one has FOUR digits (don't worry, I'm not going to announce my hits every 500 views). I'd like to go ahead and take this chance to thank everyone who reads my blog, both publicly and anonymously. Your support and willingness to read my posts is what makes this worth it. Now, this isn't really a thank you, since I was planning on doing it anyways and me writing an editorial really isn't all that special. Regardless, I feel like it's too great an occasion to not do something for, and I'm back at the grindstone (school) tomorrow, so I wanted to get a "real" post done over Spring Break. (My post on GOG.com doesn't count, and I wrote most of the Seventh Heaven review last weekend, so...) As the title suggests, this editorial discusses the topic of subjectivity in reviews.
|Yet another picture I didn't use in my Mushishi review. I've been unearthing them bit by bit.|
Monday, March 19, 2012
Tuesday, March 13, 2012
I've got a very light homework load (I'm wary, because usually my professors like dump work on me to do over spring break), so I decided that I might as well blog. The only problem is, I don't have much that I can and want to review. And since I had a lovely weekend reading and re-reading articles others have posted on the process of blogging, I've been thinking about that subject quite a bit myself. Thus, you get yet another editorial, this time focusing on a subject slightly less known than spoilers but argued about no less passionately: editing published posts.
|Girge doesn't actually have anything to do with this post, I just like him and he has a pretty face.|
Well, I'm still avoiding my art homework (due tomorrow...ugh), so I figure, why not blog? I'm not doing anything else anyways, so...Here we go. This is an ever popular debate within the ani-blogging world (and the rest of the world, really), so that must mean that I need to write my own opinions, right? Of course I do. This'll be short (I mean it this time!), because I expect my internet to shut off in about 20 minutes (I hate my network administrator's security settings).
|Do you become an avatar of death when you see a spoiler?|
Saturday, March 10, 2012
Recently in the ani-blogging world, there have been a number of articles posted about whether or not blogging is a competition. I have been blogging for far too short a time for my opinions on this topic to matter, but reading them did make me start to think about two subjects somewhat involved in my life: inferiority and superiority.
Now, before I go any further, I'd like to make some things very clear. I am not posting this out of self-pity, nor out of wanting others to pity me/sympathize with me, nor out of a need to vent my depression or anything like that. In fact, if I had to choose a reason why I am posting this, it would be because it's a Saturday afternoon, I'm bored, and I don't want to do my homework.
|I have no clue why, but this felt appropriate here.|
It's been pushed back a couple times, largely due to my hectic school schedule, but I finally beat Warcraft III a couple days ago, so you get a review. Warcraft III: Reign of Chaos is a real time strategy PC game designed by Blizzard Entertainment that was released in 2002. In case you care, the version I played was straight out of the box from the Battle Chest.