This Week in Anime: Shout-Out Edition #2
Welcome, weebs and authors alike, to The Aniwriter.
Its been a pretty slow week in interesting anime related news, so I thought I would make this week another week of blogger shout-outs. I will mention it briefly because I know its a popular series: A Certain Magical Index Season 3’s release date has been confirmed, which you can read about here.
Aside from that, however, there is a ton of stuff I want to give some recognition, so let’s get started.
Some of you might have seen the one tag in particular that has been making the rounds in the aniblogging community as of late, and that would be the create a story tag, which was created by Keiko.
There were a lot of bloggers, including myself, who took part in the tag over the last week, so here are the ones I thought were super cool.
100WordAnime – A fun little story about a couple falling down a cliff.
Mechanical Anime Reviews – A more slice of life centered story about a future couple in the making and their experience in the science building.
A Nerdy Perspective – A guy walks into another guy’s cabin, and the two have an honest conversation about their feelings for one another.
Maquia and Late Blooming
This is cheating a bit since this was from last week, but I never got the chance to give it a shout-out, so I’m doing it now. appropriant of Perpetual Morning did a wonderful essay talking about both themselves and Maquia. It was an extremely relatable piece for me. I highly suggest you give it a read.
Names are Important
Irina of I drink and watch anime wrote an awesome and somewhat more personal post about the importance of names in anime and how that is brought about by Japanese culture. Super interesting read, definitely check it out.
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