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Miyazaki Monday’s

Published February 29, 2016 by Shay Taree

I hope you all remember by blog post where I posted an idea about reviewing the Miyazaki Films! Well I’ve decided to do it and I’m calling it Miyazaki Monday’s. Check out my intro video to know more and feel free to comment what movie you would like me to watch first and also watch out for my poll on my Twitter! 

~Anime Reviewer Girl

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Love Love Love Itazura Na Kiss!

Published February 27, 2016 by Shay Taree

As many of you may know I’ve been reading the Itazura Na Kiss and now I have a review on what I think of it so far. I also explain how it is really different from the anime which isn’t a bad thing. So check it out and don’t forget to like, comment, & subscribe!

~Anime Reviewer Girl!

What Anime Should Have A Prequel?

Published February 26, 2016 by Shay Taree

Everyone talks about what anime’s need a sequel but I’ve always wondered about what anime’s should have a prequel. 

I think having a prequel to a few anime’s would definitely shine light on a few things that may not be understood during the series or even give greater insight into a few of the characters in the series.

So what anime would you like to have a prequel? I would love to know what your opinion is on this so comment down below with a few of your idea’s.

~Anime Reviewer Girl!

Anime Defined!!

Published February 24, 2016 by Shay Taree

I got the idea to discuss this topic after many people on my last YouTube discussion video talked about the definition of anime. So I decided to make a video of my own where I discussed the term anime and also the term cartoon.

So check out my new discussion video and don’t forget to like, comment, & subscribe!

~Anime Reviewer Girl!

CGI In Anime!

Published February 22, 2016 by Shay Taree

I’ve noticed more and more in anime that CGI is being used and I’ll be honest I’m not the biggest fan of it. I feel like it gives the anime a fake look to it that isn’t realistic. 

  
I definitely favor the original hand drawn look to anime since it’s just looks much cleaner and realistic. But maybe this is just me. 

  
But what do all of you think of CGI in anime? Do you enjoy it and want to see it more or do you want to stick to the hand drawn artistic style of anime?

Comment down below to let me know what you think of this. I can’t wait to read them!

~Anime Reviewer Girl! 

Underappreciated Anime’s?!

Published February 19, 2016 by Shay Taree

I got the idea for this post by talking to one of my friends on kik. I’m sure that there are a lot of anime’s that are over appreciated to the point where it can be over whelming or annoying but there are also a lot of anime’s that are underappreciated.
I think for me it’s not really a specific anime that is underappreciated I think it’s more that a specific time of when anime was produced that are underappreciated. 

For me it’s more of the anime’s that were produced during the 90’s. Now by no means have I seen all the anime’s that were produced during this time period but from the ones that I did watch they were pretty amazing.

The specific ones I’m mostly talking about are the ones that aired during the time Toonami 

  
came on in the afternoons and that’s Rurouni Kenshin & 

  
Yu Yu Hakusho. 

  
I found these shows to be amazing and they had a story line that definitely drew me in. Also both series had a little something for everyone! It had fighting for the guys and even romance for the girls!

I just feel that since these anime’s were produced in the 90’s that not many people know about them which is a shame. I think a lot of fans are now caught up in the newer anime’s that they have forgotten what amazing anime’s have been produced before those.

But what anime’s do you feel are underappreciated? Please comment down below with your comments. I can’t wait to read them!

Also if your interested in watching Rurouni Kenshin or Yu Yu Hakusho you can watch the first 2 seasons of Rurouni Kenshin on Netflix and Yu Yu Hakusho I’m not able to find online on a legal site but I do know that you can buy the DVD’s!

~Anime Reviewer Girl!