A big thanks to KimchiSama for tagging me in this! We haven’t known each other for very long, but I’ve loved being able to challenge one another! The aniblogging community is pretty massive, which means that it can be a bit daunting for newcomers like me to put myself out there and get to know other people, but you’ve helped me to feel welcome and included, so thanks!
If you’re new to the one liner challenge, its rules are as follows:
- Accept and thank your challenger(s) by linking back to their post.
- Make a post of one-sentence summaries and/or roasts of at least five books/anime
- No spoilers!
- Link back to The Awkward Book Blogger so she can see your post.
- Challenge as many or as little people as you want!
- Have fun!
Not moe kawaii uguu, that’s for sure!
In order to celebrate Halloween, I thought I’d write up a Halloween-themed post, namely, what is it that makes a good horror anime? The horror genre of anime used to be my favourite genre of all the animus, but over time, after having been frequently let down by it, that has since changed. Though this isn’t something I can really blame producers for- it must be unbelievably difficult to create a good horror anime when, to start with, fear is subjective, but I believe, in spite of this, there are a few trusty guidelines all horror anime should adhere to in order to be truly terrifying.
Phew, so, here it is, my first season preview and boy oh boy, did that ever take some effort! Looking for the right info wasn’t what I struggled with the most but, condensing what I wrote and I’m afraid I haven’t done a very good job at that, heh heh… Don’t feel obliged to read it all in one sitting, in fact, I’d be kinda disgusted with anyone who does manage to for having so much time on their hands! Just read whatever’s most applicable to you and let me know what you guys are gonna watch, ‘kay?