Assassin’s Creed III was a melodramatic launch, and IV seems it will be even more so. However, one thing I get disappointed with is that no one ever talks about the present day stuff. Desmond and the Skyscraper Mission (sounds like a horrible Harry Potter rip off) was definitely the most notable mission for me, also really any present stuff. Am I the only one who likes these parts or does no one care? 

First Impression
Shinkei no Kyojin (Attack on Titan) manga by Hajime Isayama, anime by Wit Studio and Production I.G
Giants, known as Titans, devour humans without reason, and stand stories tall, so humans barricaded themselves within walls taller than any Titan. It’s now been 100 years since humans were threatened by Titans, and have lulled themselves into peace. Eren Jaeger dreams of leaving this cage in order to see the world beyond. However, everything changes for these people when the appearance of a colossal Titan results in the destruction of their home.
This is the anime I’ve been waiting for this season, and it didn’t disappoint. The thing I feared most was that it would just be about fighting giants, but no it expands further to how humans are now just cattle without a will to fight for more. From the brief fight scene we received this episode the fight looks really good, fluid, and exciting. To go with that the opening was the first one this season that I felt decent enough to re-watch. The show made me interested enough to go read the manga because I’m too eager to wait till next week for more. Hopefully it will keep up the high production value and not fall of the edge. Watch if you want something exciting to keep you on the edge off your seat.

First Impression

Shinkei no Kyojin (Attack on Titan) manga by Hajime Isayama, anime by Wit Studio and Production I.G

Giants, known as Titans, devour humans without reason, and stand stories tall, so humans barricaded themselves within walls taller than any Titan. It’s now been 100 years since humans were threatened by Titans, and have lulled themselves into peace. Eren Jaeger dreams of leaving this cage in order to see the world beyond. However, everything changes for these people when the appearance of a colossal Titan results in the destruction of their home.

This is the anime I’ve been waiting for this season, and it didn’t disappoint. The thing I feared most was that it would just be about fighting giants, but no it expands further to how humans are now just cattle without a will to fight for more. From the brief fight scene we received this episode the fight looks really good, fluid, and exciting. To go with that the opening was the first one this season that I felt decent enough to re-watch. The show made me interested enough to go read the manga because I’m too eager to wait till next week for more. Hopefully it will keep up the high production value and not fall of the edge. Watch if you want something exciting to keep you on the edge off your seat.

First Impressions
Yahari Ore no Seishun Love Come wa Machigatteiru (My youth romantic comedy is wrong as I expected) light novel by Wataru Watari and Ponkan8, manga by Watari and Rechi Kazuki, anime by Brain’s Base.
Hikigaya Hachiman has a view on youth that involves having no friends or love interests. Forced by a teacher he joins the Volunteer Service Club. Here he meets Yukinoshita Yukino, who also lacks friends and relationships due to her view of the world, but regardless she attempts to help the people who come to her, and now this includes helping Hikigaya gain relationships.

There are very few anime romantic comedies that I can say I really enjoy, but with only one episode of this ridiculously long titled anime I can say I’m eagerly awaiting the next episode. Apparently the series also goes by Hamachi or OreGairu though. The idea of the show isn’t very unique, and neither are the characters really, Yukinoshita reminds me of a toned down Senjougahara. However, from the start I enjoyed the interactions between Hikigaya and Yukinoshita, the two personalities complement one another for more than a few antics. I noticed it especially when Yui was introduced, since she is a bit more bouncy than the others, but the animation is so fluid and that always gives me chills. So definitely check this out if your into the romantic comedy genre, its fun and a bit quirky and hopefully has more good times to come.

First Impressions

Yahari Ore no Seishun Love Come wa Machigatteiru (My youth romantic comedy is wrong as I expected) light novel by Wataru Watari and Ponkan8, manga by Watari and Rechi Kazuki, anime by Brain’s Base.

Hikigaya Hachiman has a view on youth that involves having no friends or love interests. Forced by a teacher he joins the Volunteer Service Club. Here he meets Yukinoshita Yukino, who also lacks friends and relationships due to her view of the world, but regardless she attempts to help the people who come to her, and now this includes helping Hikigaya gain relationships.

There are very few anime romantic comedies that I can say I really enjoy, but with only one episode of this ridiculously long titled anime I can say I’m eagerly awaiting the next episode. Apparently the series also goes by Hamachi or OreGairu though. The idea of the show isn’t very unique, and neither are the characters really, Yukinoshita reminds me of a toned down Senjougahara. However, from the start I enjoyed the interactions between Hikigaya and Yukinoshita, the two personalities complement one another for more than a few antics. I noticed it especially when Yui was introduced, since she is a bit more bouncy than the others, but the animation is so fluid and that always gives me chills. So definitely check this out if your into the romantic comedy genre, its fun and a bit quirky and hopefully has more good times to come.

So how does one appropriately interact with tumblr? It’s one of those things I’ve never been able to get. Same with youtube, or any social media that is about building a community of strangers based on common interests.