Manga: Discussing About Volume Covers of Komi-san Can’t Communicate Part 2

Chinese New Year is over. It is my second month that I have earned my wages. The anime season in this quarter is almost over, despite me reading their mangas (Kaguya, GoToubun, Neverland, Domestic, Kakegurui just to name a few) chapters weekly. I dabble in some Olympiad Linguistic Puzzles and I watched Maths Mansion on … Continue reading Manga: Discussing About Volume Covers of Komi-san Can’t Communicate Part 2

Web Novels That I’ve Read: Video Games Edition

Sorry for the long wait in updating another blog post, as I have a lot of changes going on around me now. 1. I lost my job though I received my degree, and is still searching for one. 2. So I don't have a lot of drive to write another blog post for now. 3. … Continue reading Web Novels That I’ve Read: Video Games Edition

Thoughts On Some Mangas of Weekly Shonen Champion on 2018.

For an international manga community, as a spokon Wataru Watanabe's Yowamushi Pedal is one of the most well-known (thanks to the anime). It solidified a standard where other publishers need to think twice before serializing a cycling manga, tick all the boxes that makes it commercially viable outside the fujoshi market and sold relatively well … Continue reading Thoughts On Some Mangas of Weekly Shonen Champion on 2018.

Flash Games: Mission US 4-City of Immigrants

Despite not being an US citizen, I found the Mission US games to be quite unique when it comes to flash games. While I have only played 3 of the 5 games thus far, the Electric Funstaff production provided me not only the unique content of people living in the 20th American century (along with … Continue reading Flash Games: Mission US 4-City of Immigrants

Brief Thoughts of the 2018 Line-Ups of Weekly Shonen Magazine

With my rom-com post of Weekly Shonen Magazine being one of my biggest surprise for my blog, I decided to share my thoughts on the new series introduced to the lineup for the first 6 months. To the surprise of the English speaking community that is aware of any manga magazine outside of Weekly Shonen … Continue reading Brief Thoughts of the 2018 Line-Ups of Weekly Shonen Magazine

The Apartment Season 6, Passion For Design-Episode 10, The Most Passionate of Them All

I have watched the full episode last night, so this time my second rewatch of this episode will be quicker for me to recap, ironic as it is raining heavily yesterday. Now for the passionate finale, we have: Rachel Lee, the makeup artist who is good at murals and Stephanie Dods, the fashion designer that … Continue reading The Apartment Season 6, Passion For Design-Episode 10, The Most Passionate of Them All

The Apartment 6, Passion For Design: Episode 9, Order From The Devil

The show starts out with Team Eugene having a mundane dinner (emphasis on "mundane" because Shana is eliminated, one of the few times where an eliminated contestant is featured in the next episode and that person is too nice to create unnecessary drama), everybody making fun of Eugene's Provence inspiration and Stepanie dramatizing everything since … Continue reading The Apartment 6, Passion For Design: Episode 9, Order From The Devil

The Apartment Season 6, Passion For Design: Episode 8 (Kitchen & Dining Room)

Already at the┬ámeeting, Vlad is bitching about Stephanie's attitude and Shana's vulnerability got everybody to comfort her, which speaks more about herself than her entire 7 episode she has appeared in. Jaime appears when Shana's crying is still going on, introducing the mentor & guest judge for this challenge, Young Lim of Home & Decor … Continue reading The Apartment Season 6, Passion For Design: Episode 8 (Kitchen & Dining Room)