Welcome back to the blog for another OWLS post. Chances are you guys were redirected here from Karandi’s post on Love, Chunibyo and Other Delusions or possibly even directly from the OWLS website. It’s been a while since OWLS last did a tribute type tour (remember the Yuri on Ice one?), so when I saw this theme, I wasn’t sure if I would participate. I mean, I haven’t watched many series by Kyoto Animation so what would I even talk about? But I’m glad I decided to sign up. Like usual, this post is going to contain lotsa spoilers
For this month our theme is “Believe” and we will be talking about…
Can you guys believe that the last time I wrote about an anime for these OWLS tours was back in February and before then on March 2018?! I was going slightly insane looking for my posts because I had sworn I’d written something last month…only to remember they were housed over at R@N
But to anyone who might not be familiar with OWLS or what these posts are even about… Continue reading
Hey guys! Welcome back to another OWLS post. For this month I decided to sign up for the last day of February, thinking that would give me enough time to figure out what to write about. Turns out I was wrong…such is the life of a procrastinator… Continue reading
Oh god, beware there will cringy material
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In honor of the 2018 Winter Olympics, this month topic will focus on the theme, “Competition” because the Olympics is where athletes from all countries join together to compete in sporting events. Through these events, we see how “competition” brings out the grit, the teamwork, and the competitive spirit within athletes. This month, we will be exploring anime and pop culture media that discusses the good and the bad when it comes to competition and what it can teach us about ourselves and the world around us.
So if you’ve been around for awhile, you might already know I’m sort of kind of maybe a little obsessed and in love with this one show called Ace of Diamond (lovingly called Daiya by it’s very devoted fanbase). And while I was thinking of doing something “outside the box” for this tour I ended up just going with Daiya. Or more specifically, Sawamura Eijun, our underdog of the story Continue reading