The fandom experience has been a near-constant part of my life for almost 20 years, but at the same time, fan spaces have changed so much. Here’s a glimpse into the mind of an elder fan who has seen a lot of changes.
This will most likely be the last seiyuu listicle for a while – as much as I’ve enjoyed writing these,…
Featuring ‘Given’, ‘Fruits Basket’, ‘Cop Craft’, ‘Vinland Saga’, ‘To The Abandoned Sacred Beasts’, ‘Bem’ and ‘Dr Stone’.
Lately, it feels so hard to enjoy time doing nothing, time not being productive. I need to get back into the habit of making time for reading instead of giving in to the urge to always be doing something.
Debates are never won by the loudest shouter: both sides have a valid point, if only you would stop and listen to each other for a moment.
I had a few different people in mind for this week’s ‘Five Favourites’ post and was struggling to pick one, until I watched ‘Cop Craft’ yesterday and just knew I had to go with Tsuda Kenjirou.
Featuring Given, To The Abandoned Sacred Beasts, Vinland Saga, Dr Stone and Fire Force.
Short answer? Be bored.
Featuring ‘Whenever Our Eyes Meet’ and ‘Coyote’ Vol.1.
Another seiyuu listicle.