May 25, 2015 Leave a comment
The Gundam Throne Meisters consist of eldest brother Johann (in the middle), Michael (right), and youngest sibling Nena.
From the anime series Mobile Suit Gundam 00
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May 21, 2015 Leave a comment
An anime series based on the brother/sister comedy manga will be airing in July!
The eponymous Umaru of the story is, in public, an intelligent, caring, and beautiful high school student who is loved and admired by all. However, when at home in her older brother’s apartment, she becomes a junk food-eating, manga-reading, videogame-playing layabout — much to his confusion. (He still dotes on her, though.)
Summer is still over a month away, so check out the manga series if you get a chance. It’s an amusing tale of the two sides of Umaru and how she interacts with the people around her. Either way, she’s great, and you’ll certainly wish you had a friend just like her.
May 18, 2015 Leave a comment
No matter what happens, Yuri Takanashi, nee Segawa, will always be the dedicated, caring, fun-loving, and occasionally embarrassing older sister of Yuuta Segawa, and he will always be her beloved, stubborn little brother.
From the anime series Papa no Iukoto wo Kikinasai! (Listen to Me, Girls. I Am Your Father!)
May 11, 2015 Leave a comment
High school shut-in Sasami Tsukuyomi prefers to stay at home and be looked after by her doting older brother, Kamiomi (who ALWAYS covers his face), but she will go out when she really feels like it.
From the anime series Sasami-san@Ganbaranai
May 7, 2015 Leave a comment
Ah, spring. New life, new experiences, and new brothers and sisters to love! Isn’t it grand? This season is always full of excellent shows, and here are two that I’m definitely checking out.
Do you know what “YD” is? As physics genius Junichiro Kagami, the self-proclaimed sufferer, explains, it’s a disease where he can only do what he yearns to do–and, these days, that involves watching anime and updating his blog, collecting figurines, playing videogames, reading manga, and other nerd-related activities. His younger sister, Suzune, of course, disapproves of this lifestyle, concerned that he is wasting his talents. Therefore, she convinces/threatens him to become a teacher at his old high school where he eventually uses his hobbies as the foundation for becoming the Ultimate Otaku Teacher.
I started reading this manga a year or so ago, and I knew that an anime adaptation was inevitable. Sure, it’s the story of a dedicated, unconventional teacher who inspires his students to better themselves, but more importantly, who hasn’t been told that one’s hobbies won’t lead to anything useful in life? Don’t listen to those nay-sayers. Be proud and watch anime!
Do you know yourself? It is said that you are your own worst enemy, and Gunslinger Stratos takes that concept literally. In this anime based on a third-person shooter game published by Square Enix, humanity, one hundred years from now, prospers but faces the ever-growing threat of degradation, a mysterious condition where persons around the world suddenly turn to sand. To stop this global catastrophe, Kyoma Katagiri, his sister, Kyouka, and other special combatants must fight their doppelgangers in a battle to the death, or else there is no future for anyone.
Looking for some futuristic “Pew pew pew” action with uneven animation quality and questionable fashion choices? Then Gunslinger Stratos is for you. Turn your brain off, and you’ll be fine. Also, there are aliens. Pew pew pew!
May 4, 2015 Leave a comment
Happy Star Wars Day! The space saga came out nearly forty years ago, but that doesn’t mean everyone knows the identities of its most famous (non-Expanded Universe) siblings. For those who do know (or don’t care), click the Star Wars logo or click here to see them.
From the Star Wars movies.