Once upon a time, a friend told me to watch this anime called Gintama. He told me that it was the best anime he has seen, and no one else could compare to its main protagonist. I remember telling him he was crazy and thinking he might just be exaggerating.
It's the summer of 2021, and with the pandemic still circulating the entire world, people can't fully experience summer like they used to. So, like most people, I explored the collections of streaming sites to entertain myself.
I have just finished watching the Demon Slayer movie, and it was terrific. But, it left me asking more questions and wanting more. So, I went ahead and did some googling and found out that I wasn't the only one hyped for the next season.
Watching tv shows and films on Netflix has become a part of everyone’s lives in recent years. The consumption of content whenever you want, for a small price, started as a small niche experience for the interested.
Japanese animation has exploded in popularity over the past decade, with major streaming sites Netflix and Amazon picking up major anime titles and even producing their own. Anime is one of the most famous entertainment exports from Japan.
Anime is one of the most popular entertainment genres in Japan. It’s not only famous in the country, but even people of all ages across the globe have been watching anime as their favorite pastime. It’s hand-drawn by expert artists with exciting effects and animations using skilled voice talents to give life to the characters.
Due to technological advancement, many geniuses with brilliant minds continue to produce video games to provide avid gamers with fun and entertainment across the globe. In fact, it’s not only young people who get hooked on playing video games.
There are endless anime shows that are currently available through the giant streaming platform that is Netflix. Identifiable by their superior quality content and bottomless options it can be difficult to solidify your choice of viewing material when searching on the app.
Organizing Cosplay Events and ConventionsNov 27, 12pm
Author’s Note: This will be my last article for Ani.ME and this has been in my drafts for quite some time. There are some things that I still wanted to discuss more related to anime conventions and cosplay but some situations (like this pandemic) have been tough.
The beginning of 2021 is something to look forward to as TV Tokyo announced on Friday that the 8th season of Yamishibai: Japanese Ghost Stories is slated to air in January 2021. Kanji Tsuda will be reprising the role as Storyteller.