What do you get when you mix some of the most badass figures from History with alien lifeforms seeking to destroy the world? Apparently you get lots of excellent action sequences as Michael found out for this week’s Anime Sunday. It’s time for Nobunagun to blast it’s way to your heart.
Do you enjoy your romance with a bit of Shogi? Maybe you don’t know what Shogi is and want to find out? Either way you should probably read this week’s Shoujo Saturday to find out more! It’s going to “blow” your mind with Sangatsu no Lion by Chica Umino.
Do you enjoy Japanese Mythology? Maybe you just love a game that is breathtakingly beautiful? Michael has the game for you if either is the case this week for Retro Game Friday! It’s time to shine with Okami!
Do you like your main characters to be monster tamers? Maybe you like your alternate world transportation stories to be more for adults than kids? Either way you’ll want to check out this week’s Light Novel Thursday because Michael is covering the excellent Monster no Goshujin-sama by Higure Minto! This is not for children this week!
Michael’s covering one of his favorite Star Wars trilogies this week for Book Series Wednesday, in honor of the new Star Wars trailer that came out recently. It’s The Thrawn Trilogy by Timothy Zahn!
This week Michael is off the usual path and is talking about Game Design again. If you want to know the secrets behind what goes into Video Games you need to check out this week’s Video Game Tuesday!
What happens when you learn Martial Arts from 6 different masters of very different schools? You become really athletic apparently, as Michael found out for this week’s Manga Monday with History’s Strongest Disciple Kenichi by Shun Matsuena!
Do you like Ninja Warrior? Maybe you enjoy a feel good story? Either way Michael has the Anime for you in this week’s Anime Sunday. It’s Dog Days!
The series Michael read for this week’s Shoujo Saturday is so standard it’s rather boring. It’s time to be dazzled by mediocrity with Sora no Yousei by Ike Junko!
When Space Stations disappear for 1,000 years you don’t expect the animals inside to have merged with the machinery to create stuff from nightmares! Michael enjoyed this week’s subject for Retro Game Friday back in the day. It’s time to enter Space Station Silicon Valley!