Yokai, or supernatural monsters from Japanese folklore, are some of my FAVORITE subjects for stories... I’m super excited to share the first volume of this horror genre manga with you… And THE ART!! Come see…
There are other authors that are getting in on the spin off action and I think it is a fun way to stay in the same world but go on a different journey... As I got started making my list... manga series kept popping into my mind instead of books...
Children of the Whales, Vol. 1 review by Abi Umeda
Korean names are quite unique compared to the western world... when I first started to watch K-dramas the character names were fascinating to me! It took some time but I eventually figured out how they differ from Americans names. Today I'm here to explain the basics of Korean name usage...
Are you a historical fiction reader? Then I've got to K-drama genre for you... come check out these dramas!
Goblin: The Lonely and Great God - K-drama Review
Review of The Ancient Magus' Bride, Vol.1-2 by Kore Yamazaki
Rebel Seoul review by Axie Oh
YOU: Dani, is this another plug for watching K-dramas?! ME: Umm yes? This isn't ONLY about K-dramas though... watching subtitles is a USEFUL SKILL that can also be applied to anime and foreign films!
Bride of the Water God Vol.1-4 by Mi-Kyung Yun review
A genre introduction so you can find the right k-drama for you...
7 First Kisses review Web drama Romantic Comedy
Why is this my fandom? How can it become your fandom? Check out the primer to all things K-drama!
Fantasy series are lush and rich with details, characters and sprawling landscapes... once you get to the end of 500 pages of lusciousness you are worn out due to all the FEEELLLSSS and exciting action! The last thing you want to do is read another one... you need a palate cleanser (as I like to call them) to give yourself a change of pace before you head back in...
The purpose of this primer is to give anyone new to manga a run down of the important points to remember when trying out this medium. Join me!
Saturday Morning Cartoons is a new feature created by A Thousand Lives of Frankie Lovely on her blog (check it out, she's so great!) She told me there was a lot of interest for this to be converted into a meme and that I was free to be the first one!! YAY!!
I want to get back to reading more manga so I decided to make a list...
This week I show off my inner nerd (or outer, because let's be honest here...) with my fangirl crazy for K-dramas!
Coffee Prince is your typical romantic-comedy. The two leads are your stereotypical rich guy, poor girl. There's a clichéd love triangle plus an overused trope: girl poses as boy and falls in love. Where the story gets good is when it goes modern!