Episode one summary: Towa Higurashi learns about an incident that took place decades ago involving a half demon named Inuyasha and a priestess named Kagome.Continue reading
That’s right – Funimation made the announcement today:Continue reading
Prepare for a lot of InuYasha related content the next few months. Not only is Inuyasha my favorite anime, but I’ve teamed up with VIZ Media to promote Yashahime AND Inuyasha, and I’m absolutely ecstatic.Continue reading
So, my nieces have really gotten into anime, lately. Their favorites are My Hero Academia, InuYasha, and Tokyo Ghoul.
Since I’ve been a bit under the weather (thanks, Trigeminal Neuralgia flare), I thought we deserved a fun themed night, and something relatively easy for me to do, given how awful I feel.
The people behind Cape Comic Con have added two new types of cons to their roster this year: Cape Anime Con, and Cape Fear Con – which is next month.
While I’ve been to cons that have had voiice actors from animes, or merchandise from various anime, I have never been to an anime specific con. But I enjoy anime, and my nieces are getting into it a lot as well, so I figured this would be a great way to test the waters.
Ever accidentally binge watch three seasons of an anime and it’s movie in a very short period of time? And by accidentally, I mean intentionally because you became completely obsessed.
Welcome to my experience with My Hero Academia.
It’s Pop Culture Month at Barnes and Noble. July 1st – July 31st, you can get Pop-Cultured with different themed days:
- July 3-5 — Time Travel Weekend
- July 13th – 14th – Harper Lee Celebration
- July 17th — Minions Fun
- July 18th — Star Wars Saturday
- July 19th — Manga Mania
- July 28 & 31 — Dr. Seuss Spectacular
- July 25th — Vinyl Day
- July 8th – 12th — DC Comics Days
- July 9th – 12th — Comic Convention Collectibles
- Throwback Thursdays starting July 2nd
- July 24th — Fangirl Friday
Friday, I attended the special Time Travel Weekend day that celebrated Doctor Who.