I’m Quitting

If you’ve been following me for some time, then you know that I’m in the process of quitting anime. There are many reasons why I’m quitting anime. A lot of those reasons are personal. Because I’m quitting anime, I will stop blogging on this blog. This will be my last blog post. I’ll talk about a few reasons why I’m quitting anime right now. Continue reading

cFreeze’s PETS: Plans, Events, Thoughts, and Stats (July 1-14, 2020)

It’s mid-July, and I’m about to start a brand new life. Major changes in my life tend to occur every time the year ends in a 4, 7, or 0, and 2020 is no different. Real-life events directly impact my life, and significant personal events are drastically changing my habits. Anyway, here are my plans, events, thoughts, and stats for July 1-14, 2020. This will be my last PETS post. Continue reading

Top 12 Anime I Watched in Winter and Spring 2020

This is it. This will likely be the last list of anime I will ever make. I’ve been making lists like this before I even started my anime blog, and this will be the list for 2020. On this list, I will explain all the anime I watched this year from worst to best.

2020 has been a harsh year for the world, and it’s also tough on me. With current events directly affecting my life as well as what happened with my Funimation account, the year has not been kind to my anime watching experience. The incident that happened on June 22 was the final nail in the coffin, and a few days later, I decided to quit anime. I have deliberately left some anime unfinished, so here’s a list of anime that I could not finish. Continue reading

Kaguya-Sama: Love is War Season 2 Final Thoughts

I know. I know. I may be a little late to the party due to Funimation not lifting my subscription suspension and me being completely and utterly busy with work and YouTube, but I still need to make this article.

Aww, yes. One of the biggest anime to come out of 2019, Kaguya-Sama: Love is War was one of the best anime of 2019. And now it’s back for 2020, which is not a surprise. The first person to confess their love loses the war. Each episode segment may portray a love battle, or it may provide some funny moments. The war is fought between Shirogane, a hard-working student, and Kaguya Shinomiya, an extremely wealthy girl. Chika also plays a role in this war, making it more fun, and Ishigami is just really introverted.

I remember watching the first episode of Endro! and then checking Reddit, only to find that the discussions for Kaguya-Sama: Love is War is at the top! It was insanely popular, so I checked it out 6 days later. I enjoyed the first episode! The anime was highly enjoyable overall, and it was my third favorite anime I watched in 2019!

 

Because of this, I had to watch the second season. Since it is a Funimation exclusive, and my Funimation subscription was suspended, I was a bit hesitant at first, but I decided to watch it. It is a sin not to watch Kaguya-Sama: Love is War Season 2 if you enjoyed the first season. And boy did I totally make an excellent decision! Continue reading

A Certain Magical Index Thoughts (Episodes 1-17)

As someone who is getting into the RailDex series around the time Railgun T just started airing, I figured that I should watch the anime in chronological order. There are multiple watch orders for RailDex. There’s broadcast order, Railgun & Railgun S first, and chronological order. I’m doing the chronological order. After watching Episode 14 of Railgun, I decided to watch the first six episodes of Index before returning to Railgun. Then I watched the next three episodes of Index and waited until I got to a certain arc that is shared among both Index and Railgun.

But then, stuff happened in real life, and I decided that I’m going to quit watching anime. I was thinking about finishing the Index anime, but after seeing one scene in Episode 15, I decided that I’m going to stop watching it sooner, and I stopped by Episode 17 when one of its arcs has ended. Continue reading

Himouto! Umaru-Chan R Final Thoughts

I’ve made a post about a retrospective of Himouto! Umaru-Chan before watching the second season. I love Himouto! Umaru-Chan and its titular character, Umaru. She is one of my all-time favorite anime characters. Initially, I felt scared to watch it again because of the anti-hype it generated before the second season aired, but a few years have passed, and discussions of this anime seemed to have cooled down.

Since the lockdown orders were enforced in March and lasted through April, and I have a HIDIVE subscription, I may as well watch Himouto! Umaru-Chan R. And what do I think about its second season? I liked it! However, I felt that the first season was better, which I’ll get into later. I’m not going to talk about every episode in this anime, but most of them.

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