I love to read. Love it. And on my phone, WEBTOON comics are my go-to before bed. So, if you’re looking for something new to read and enjoy comics, here are 25 recommendations for stories to read on the app WEBTOON.
Well, it’s finally time. It’s time to review the game that was over 14 years in the making. Kingdom Hearts III. And yes, there will be spoilers. I have warned you. Here we go…
So guys, it’s that time of year again. That time of year when we get new anime. Or in this case, continuing anime in the form of “Attack on Titan: Season 3 Part 2” (“Shingeki no Kyojin” / 進撃の巨人). And my friends, this is why you should be excited. ;D
There’s something strangely exciting about seeing a musical not performed on Broadway. Perhaps it’s not knowing exactly what you’re getting yourself into. Or perhaps it’s knowing that for a musical not from Broadway to be selling tickets, it has to genuinely be good.
Browsing through the internet, there were whispers of it. The makings of another live action movie based off one of those Japanese animes. But for some reason, it didn’t get as much attention as other movies in the works. Perhaps hopes just weren’t high enough for it, this thing called “Bleach”. Fast forward to September 14th, 2018 when Netflix released the film for English audiences (July 20th for Japanese audiences). And it was GOOD.
This past week, I went with one of my long time friends to see the new “Teen Titans Go! To The Movies” Movie. Now, before everyone who is a fan of the original riots, let me just say this…
Recently I decided to treat myself and go see the Kingdom Hearts Symphony Orchestra presented at the Fisher Theater in Detroit, MI! I ended up going with my roomie and we managed to get resale tickets close to the front. Essentially, this kind of ended up being our last big hurrah for Michigan, and what a cool experience to end on!
It’s been a good 2.5 years since I’ve had the chance to go to an X4 concert, in other words, much too long. Why? Because the atmosphere that Kodai, T-Max, Jukiya, and Yuya create with their music, their spirits, and their fans – there’s just something very special about it.