What if Kpop groups were an anime genre?
Any story can be an interactive story with a few tweaks. But there are some stories that I think would work better for this format.
For this post, I thought I would explore what Webtoons would probably work well if they were turned into an anime.
Throughout my venture for something to read or watch, I've come across some questionable content.
I adore many characters from anime. And with Valentine's Day right around the corner, I shall shower them with more love.
Yay or Nay?
I have no decent blog post ideas, thus this post is born.
Valentines' day is coming, and what could be better than me shamelessly promoting my favorite Kpop love songs.
As I wait for Cells at Work Season 2 to come out on Netflix, I decided to write this fun, light anime post to keep me entertained. Hopefully, you guys also find it interesting.
Anime is generally unrealistic and showing that "in real life" often looks strange and ridiculous. But, here are five adaptations based on either an anime or manga that were ridiculously good.