Purple Haze Feedback is a Japanese light novel which is part of the “JoJo’s Bizarre Adventure” series by Hirohiko Araki. The book itself is written by Kouhei Kadono, who writes regularly writes in a series titled “Boogiepop”. In September 2011, … Continue reading Book Review-Purple Haze Feedback
In December 2015, Star Wars: The Force Awakens was released in theaters with a massive following, netting over 2 billions dollars at the end of its theater run. There was a noticeable difference between this film and what came before … Continue reading What is ‘Canon’ In A Story?
In a surprise twist of events, I’m going to cover a book for this post. One of my favorite authors has released a book on how he became successful as a manga artist. Hirohiko Araki, creator of JoJo’s Bizarre Adventure details … Continue reading Book Review: Manga in Theory and Practice – The Craft of Creating Manga by Hirohiko Araki
Many of today’s big shōnen series feature a point where the plot is suspended for a given period of time, otherwise known as the time-skip. A lucky few witnessed it in Dragon Ball the way Akira Toriyama meant for it … Continue reading Give it Time-Dissecting the Time Skip in Anime
JoJo’s Bizarre Adventure has winded down after the season finale a few weeks ago, and with it I’ve been hunting for a new anime to keep interested. After I realized that I was craving another adventure series, Magi seemed to … Continue reading Thoughts and Impressions: The Magi Series
I used to complain a bit that the lore was a bit bare in the Pokémon series. I want something that’s intricate and easy to get lost in, and I didn’t realize why Nintendo might have left things the way … Continue reading Fill in the Ball-How the Loose Pokémon Mythos is a Good Idea
The Harry Potter series has soared from a simple fan favorite to an icon over the course of 20 years. The fans and Rowling have expanded the series with everything from additional reading on Pottermore to quizzes to place yourself … Continue reading The Art of Learning at Hogwarts
The late Robert E. Howard lived a short, but imaginative life.Howard dreamed of being a writer, and began to see success in his early 20’s. His associations with H.P. Lovecraft, his trips around Texas and his anger towards the oilfield’s … Continue reading Howard’s Pain to Gain: How Conan the Barbarian Became More than Pulp Fiction
I’d like to start by noting that I’ve always been fascinated by something in my life. I’ve started with Sonic the Hedgehog in my early years, then I discovered Pokemon, then Naruto during my high school years, followed by One Piece, Jojo’s Bizarre Adventure among others in current years. Recently, a friend has been troubled with someone criticizing his right to enjoy My Little Pony because he “is too out of touch with reality” in becoming a fan of the series.