Romance in anime has been kind of wishy-washy. Horimiya is not.
Though it isn’t really surprising, “Kaguya-sama: Love is War” season two is extremely funny.
This seemingly average action/horror is a lot better than its detractors might admit.
Discussing Uzaki-Chan, a show with a lot of Controversy but not a lot of substance.
The end is here, and its…interesting.
Today, as Kasuga returns home from his grandfather’s funeral, he receives information that may change his life once again.
In this volume, Kasuga confronts his fears and admits his feelings to Tokiwa.
Discussing “Aku no Hana” volume 8, where Tokiwa’s relationship gets shaky, and Kasuga confronts Saeki after three years.
Kasuga’s life in a new city begins, but he still struggles to start again, until…
A discussion of “Aku no Hana” volume four, in which it seems as though Kasuga has finally made a decision.