Seraph Of The End, the vampire super power that overstayed it’s welcome.

When it comes to vampire stories many of them exist but few finding themselves among the Shonen Jump tag. Takaya Kagami epic Seraph Of The End however finds itself comfortably over 100 chapters within the publisher. A story about the fall of man and the rise of vampires, eight years ago a tragedy befell theContinue reading “Seraph Of The End, the vampire super power that overstayed it’s welcome.”

Demon Slayer: Mugen Train

It was around 2009 when I first recall getting into the medium of anime. It was Bleach, specifically Rukia that turned my curiosity into a hobby that would last over a decade. Anime in the US was in a weird spot during that time, it was still seen as a bit of a weird concept,Continue reading “Demon Slayer: Mugen Train”

Samurai Champloo

Authors Note: Spoilers ahead. There is something about the Action Shonen genre that captures the masses. For most people, it is their first glimpse into anime. A conflict-packed show full of violence, insane story arcs, and heroines that never really get their romance feelings hashed out. For me, the show that got me to whereContinue reading “Samurai Champloo”