As some of you (or mainly most of you who read my reviews) know, I’ve been blogging at Cartoon Leap for the past year and a month. With Toonleap’s latest post containing details about a possible server overload, I figured it was the impetus that should get me to move to my own blog. I’ve had this reserved on WordPress.com for about the same length of time so I just had to move posts over. I hope to continue dual-posting some over at Cartoon Leap but this will serve as a main storage for any and all reviews.
All of my Blu-Ray and the DVD reviews for Nyan Koi and Toradora! have been moved to this site since yesterday. You can find them in the categories to your left for ease of searching. Of course I will be moving over some of my more philosophical posts as well as my Analyzing the SOS Brigade posts, but I’ve been wanting to re-visit those and ensure that the quality of said posts were up to my new standard as well as revise the SOS Brigade analysis to ensure that Shoushitsu is present.
I’ll be honest and admit that I am completely new to web design and layouts. If anyone has any suggestions or know how to edit CSS to allow me to use a spoiler or an image enlarger plugin, please e-mail me and help me improve this site for you.
For those of you who are stumbling in and aren’t familiar with my writings, I’ll simply say that I err on the more intellectual side of discussion compared to most. That is not to say I don’t have my fangasm moments (seeing Koizumi in the Kyounen uniform was one) but that I try to not post about anything that isn’t news/analysis. I’m also attempting to learn Japanese as I go along, so some translations will be present.
In the coming days I hope to write a few posts I’ve been saving about my favorites (shows, characters, couples, etc) and why I care for them in the way I do. As mentioned in the about page, I have a habit of not writing in a consistent schedule. As a scientist, I know that thoughts don’t always come on a timely manner so my posts tend to come in spurts. I’ll try my best to remain consistent, but if my posts are not up to the quality I demand of myself I will not post.
For those of you who I’ve met, it’s good to see you again. For those of you who are visiting for the first time, welcome and I hope you enjoy your stay.