Michael is continuing with his 4th of 8 part series about his first week in Destiny and his impressions about it. Check it out!
In celebration of Halloween coming up soon Michael is covering an amazing series dealing with Vampires, Zombies, and Crazy Catholic Priests for this week’s Manga Monday. He’s covering Hellsing by Kouta Hirano of course!
Ever wonder what you would do if you died in your one room apartment and couldn’t move on as a ghost? Michael would do exactly what the title character would do, play games endlessly, from the Anime adaptation Nanana’s Buried Treasure he watched for this week’s Anime Sunday.
Want to know what happens when the target whom you, the Demon Prince, are supposed to take their soul from turns out to be a lovely girl who is completely innocent? Michael walked a mile in that prince’s shoes for this week’s Shoujo Saturday by reading Kurenai Ouji by Kuwahara Souta.
This week’s game brought Mega Man into the 21st century and started one of the Gameboy Advance’s best series. Michael is taking a look at the Battle Network spin-off series of Mega Man for this week’s Retro Game Friday!
Ever wondered what would happen when you mixed the Romantic Comedy genre with classic monsters like Vampires? Michael found out after reading Silver Cross and Draculea by Totsuki Yuu for this week’s Light Novel Thursday.
Michael is covering a famous D&D character’s backstory series in this week’s Book Series Wednesday! He’s talking about The Dark Elf Trilogy by R.A. Salvatore of course!
Michael continues in his first week of playing Destiny with Day 3, for this week’s Video Game Tuesday. Find out his impressions of what went on inside!
This week’s book review is Soul Shift, a novel inspired by anime, yet expressed using only words. How can such a concept actually work, or is it even possible? We find out.
Ever wonder what would happen when futuristic roller skates that were powered by a tiny motor allowing you to move as fast a car were introduced into society? Why society would instantly start battling over parts for them of course. That’s the premise of Air Gear by Oh Great, that Michael read for this week’s Manga Monday.