This time on OPDAN, I have an interesting conversation with TsukuyomiMagi99, a longtime reader of the blog, about moe, as well as other related topics. You can listen after the jump.
Among some in the anime community, there’s an aversion to any commercialism in anime. To them, there’s a line between anime that’s meant to be artistic, and anime that’s just meant to make money, and naturally, the “artistic” anime is better than the anime that’s meant to make money.
In this video, I join The Geeky Panda in discussing the aftermath of Syfy’s Heroes of Cosplay series, the implications of the upcoming second season, and how the cosplay community can do it better themselves. Check it out after the jump.
It’s no secret that I hate the word “pandering” as it’s used by the Anti-Moé Brigade. Further than that, however, it’s often a poor word to use in the way it’s used due to its meaning and connotation. The way it’s used makes it really easy to obfuscate one’s meaning, or to say something that […]
As anime fans, a lot of us really enjoy decorating our living space with all sorts of fandom goods from figures and posters to bedsheets and dakimakura. So, I figured I’d showcase my personal setup, which I’ve dubbed “The War Room.”
I recently did a video with my good friend The Geeky Panda in which we talked about cosplay at anime conventions and gave some advice and some tips & tricks to cosplayers just starting out. Check it out!
So, there’s a post idea making the rounds. The idea is simple: List and explain ten unpopular anime opinions you hold. I found out about it at Anime Yume, but it originally came from somewhere else. And so, I present to you the list, in no particular order.