Animanga Friday: 91 Days – Review


There was no Map Madness this week due to WP deciding to eat my draft, and I unfortunately didn’t have time to redo it – so that post will be up next week. However, continuing with the weekly features and bringing back an old feature – the same week I was told that hopefully Project Anime, the anime society at my old university should be going back to in person showings – it’s Animanga Friday.

At the moment, I am currently watching Re-Main which is currently airing and is a sports anime about Water Polo (this is how to get me interested in a sport, make an anime about it) with a protagonist who is suffering from amnesia due to being in a (non-sport related) accident and I’m doing a rewatch of Fairy Tail with some friends. In terms of manga, I currently have these three on my netgalley shelf – and I intend to review them next week.

For this week though I have a review of 91 Days a fantastic prohibition era anime, and with all the kids heading back to school this weeks 3 Recommendations are all school-based anime.

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Animanga: Norsevember Edition


Today I am belatedly kicking off #Norsevember on the blog with a look at the admittedly small amount of Norse-themed or inspired anime, and there are a couple on this list that are stretching that definition. I was surprised when looking at ones that I had watched, and talking with the Anime Society I am a member of to realise just how few there are, as I would have thought that (and would argue that) there is so much material to cover between the mythology and history.

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Animanga: 20 Sci-Fi Anime You Should Watch


Today I am kicking off things for Sci-Fi Month with a list of 20 Sci-Fi Anime that I think people should watch. This is a completely subjective list, and there is so much Sci-Fi anime out there that I have probably missed some obvious ones. For this list, I have stuck to anime I have seen and TV Series only, but I have tried to go for a mixture of older and more modern anime and a mix of genres alongside Sci-Fi.

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Top 10 – Fantasy Anime Recommendations


Today I thought that I would do something different for #WyrdAndWonder and look at some of my favourite fantasy anime. Now, this list is entirely personal – I know as many people who dislike these as like them, and it only scratches the surface of what anime is out there (there were so many I could have added to this list).

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