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I’ve Been Tagged Again! The Make it Anime Tag

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Well, it seems as though I’ve been tagged again! Time for another round of the T.A.P Tag. Thank you to Irina for tagging me. Here are the rules.

  • Thank the person who nominated you and link back to their blog post.
  • Choose 1 Book, Movie and TV show of your choice that you think could work as an anime. (A series of books or movies is allowed e.g. Lord of the Rings, Hunger Games)
    • If you want to pick more than 1 from each section that’s fine. Or if you can’t think of one for a specific category that’s fine also.
  • Explain why you think your choices could work as an anime. Maybe the advent of animation would enhance it, maybe the different anime genres could help expand and improve the story. Just go crazy with it.
  • Link back to the original post so I can read people’s suggestions, I’d love to read everyone’s ideas.
  • Include Make it Anime in your tags so everyone including myself can find them all easily.
  • Nominate around 5-10 bloggers.

Book: The Remains of the Day

I picked Never Let Me Go as my book for the first version of this tag I did, and I knew as soon as I got tagged again what the second one would be. While I have not actually finished The Remains of the Day yet, I can tell already that this would be something I would love to watch. It has a similar feel to Violet Evergarden, only the anime would be much more focused on Stephen, the main character, rather than any of the side characters surrounding him.

Movie: How to Train Your Dragon

I recently went to see the third How to Train Your Dragon with a couple of friends of mine and it was a lot of fun, but I would also love to see it as an anime. I think it being a Dreamworks production limits a lot of the aspects of the story that are able to be explored. It would be really cool to find out more of the world’s history and how it is Dragons came to inhabit it.

TV: The Walking Dead

Alright, not gonna lie, I just think this would be a lot of fun. I don’t know whether or not The Walking Dead would be a good anime or not, I just think it would be entertaining. Especially when it comes to the group dynamics of the cast.

Since this is my second time doing this, I won’t bother anyone else with a specific nomination, but if this is a format you are interested in doing, consider yourself nominated.


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A Harem, You Say?

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Sam from A Nerdy Perspective decided to tag me in the Build a Harem Tag, in which I do exactly that.

Build a Harem

The Rules:

1. Link back to the original post on Anime Q and A so they can check out everyone’s picks!

2. Use the ‘Build A Harem’ logo somewhere in the post.

3. Make sure to mention the person who nominated you too!

4. Pick 5 Anime Characters (any show & any gender) that would be in your ideal harem if you were the main character of a harem anime, explain a little bit as to why they are your picks (if you want).

5. Make sure each character you pick falls into some of the following harem character types: Childhood friend, tom boy/girl, genki girl/boy, loli/shota, trap, tsundere, yandere, kuudere, dandere, etc. (If there’s a character you’ve picked that doesn’t specifically fall into one of these types or falls into multiple types that’s fine too!)

6. Nominate 5 people to participate in this tag!

Now, I don’t really have a lot of characters that I like that fall into a specific archetypical trope, per say, so this is mostly just a list of my favorite female characters in no particular order.

Saber from the Fate/ Series

Saber

I’ve really liked Saber as a character ever since I first watched the original Fate/Stay Night series back in 2014. The show was vastly different from anything I had watched up until that point, and at the center of it was Saber. She was always calm, cool and collected, and was always there to support Shiro when he needed it. Plus, she looks super cool when she fights with Excalibur.

Tsuyu from My Hero Academia

Tsuyu MHA

Tsuyu certainly is not the most prevalent character in my hero academia, but she definitely has her moments. One of her best scenes is where she works with Deku and Mineta at the end of season one and ends up rescuing the two of them with her tongue. She is also pretty funny when it comes to the more comic relief elements of My Hero Academia.

Winry from FMA Brotherhood

Winry

I recently started rewatching Fullmetal Alchemist and I found myself waiting for when Winry would come into the show. Winry is a character who, despite having already watched the show three times, I always find myself rooting for. She is just that wonderful. Plus Ed really does deserve to get smacked sometimes.

Holo from Spice and Wolf

Spice and Wolf

Spice and Wolf is not only one of my favorite series, but Holo is also one of my favorite female characters. Of course, she is the focal point of the series, but she is still the most interesting thing about it. Her conversations with Lawrence are always engaging and make me think about things that I otherwise would not have. Also, her sarcasm is always on point.

Kona from Robotics;Notes

FraukojiroI am not sure what to say about this character other than that she is hilarious. Kona is another comic relief character for sure, but she always is able to lighten the mood in just the right way and at exactly the right time. Plus, let’s face it, who can’t relate to wanting to just sit in your room all day.

Now for the tags. Apologies to however has already been tagged.

100WordAnime

KawaiiPaperPandas

TinyUglyAnimal

Yukikaze

The Moyatorium


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