Get 10% Off Loot Crates! https://lootcrate.com/justusrstone Coupon code: jrsyt2011 This month I’m checking out the newest Loot Anime box thanks to the fine people at Loot Crate. The theme this month is “Together” and features products from One Piece, The Boy and the Beast, Mr. Osamatsu, and Haikyu!! Don’t forget, if this looks like something […]
Get 10% Off Loot Crates! https://lootcrate.com/justusrstone coupon code jrsyt2011 This month I’m doing something new thanks to the fine people at Loot Crate. They’ve sent me one of their Loot Anime boxes to check out! Don’t forget, if this looks like something you’d enjoy, use the link above to get 10% off! And yes, this
If you ever decide to peruse my blog archives, you’ll notice a recurring fandom of anime. Some people don’t realize many of the current anime are adapted from novels. These works, Light Novels, are usually in the realm of 50,000 words (about 200-215 pages) and aimed at a 15-25 year old audience. Another aspect of
Hey Everyone! Not a long post today, but wanted to let you know about an exciting development for readers over at the website Goodreads, and the discovery of another site I’m having fun with. Ask the Author Goodreads has launched a new feature called Ask the Author. It allows you to visit an author’s profile
Since MMORPGs (Massive Multi-Player Online Role Playing Games) became a thing, anime has had series asking the question, What happens when the game becomes far more than a game? An older series to pose this question was the multimedia project .Hack//Sign, which incorporated an anime, manga, and video game series all at the same time.
It’s an older anime from 1996. A great story, awesome Mecha designs and killer music from Yoko Kanno (who also did stellar music for Macros Plus). The first soundtrack disc that was released was titled “Over the Sky” It’s been a huge help for me in writing my Nano project. If you’re an anime fan
My love of anime, and therefore large, powerful robots, dates back to my childhood. At that time, shows like Robotech, Grandizer, Gaiking, Getter Robo & Voltron were the center of my world. Little wonder then that I was also a Transformers, ahem, enthusiast. As I grew older and my geeky interests expanded, I found myself