In my effort to bring you guys more sales I looked on Rightstuf and found quite a deal on manga from Yen Press. Series like Konosuba. Blood Lad and Re:ZERO are on sell for as much as 33% off. If you enjoy the anime counterpart feel free to pick up these manga. For more sales, please keep your browser pointed here.
I have been giving something a good bit of thought lately. I realize that as much as I write here on wordpress I never really take the time to socialize with you wonderful bloggers and readers. So, in an effort to be more social and connect more deeply with readers I have started a facebook, a Youtube channel, and a Tumblr. You can find these at the links provided. Hope to see you there and please note that tis is still my main site.
In the time I’ve been an anime fan I often look back to the old days of anime in the west. I want to say that my love affair with anime started with shows like Yu-Yu Hakusho or Mobile Suit Gundam, but I would be lying. Honestly, I had no idea what anime was at first. In my six year-old mind my first anime, Ronin Warriors, was nothing more than a very detailed cartoon. . Believe it or not, it took me seven years to truly become part of the anime fandom.
My gateway into the fandom came in the form of a very dear friend who started my journey by educating me in the different types of anime as well as its history. Of course, back then I was what you would call a culture nerd. So after about a month of learning where anime came from and what exactly separated it from western works I discovered that som of my favorite cartoons as a kid were actually part of anime boom of the 90s.
I instantly dove headlong into the fandom rewatching classics like Gudam Wing and Cardcapturors and watching new things like Samurai Champloo I was fortunate enough to have borne witness to a renaissance of sorts with a flood of new and interesting anime coming stateside, These new title brought out my fervor spawning fanfictictions and leading to a brief stint as an AMV maker on the forthcoming frontier of Youtube. I look back on these time fondly and you can even take a look down below to see a few videos I made.
It may be a little cliche, but even in my dark times anime was there. Sparing many details, it suffices to say that my physical disability has often kept me ill, in rehab or socially indisposed. but I’ve made many a friend community both at home and worldwide. Even from my sickbed or in rehab anime like Witch Hunter Robin and Air Gear inspired me to keep moving forward. In fact, it drove me to create many things from films to a soon to be published novel. In Short anime saved my life a few times and gave me a path to fallow.
So there’s the long and short of it all. That is my time among you wonderful people. So, How did you get into anime? Leave a comment below and subscribe if you like my material. I look forward to hearing from you