5 Anime where the Side Characters are Better than the Main Character

Seeing the comments on the Winter 2019 anime season, many people seem to prefer Chika Fujiwara to Kaguya Shinomiya, the main character of Kaguya-sama: Love is War. And while I strongly disagree with that opinion, it has become an inspiration for this post, as I got reminded of the situations when I liked the side character of an anime more than the main character. Here are five such situations I could think of: New game! (MAL link) I didn’t really had any problems with Suzukaze Aoba. She was an enjoyable character and her story left a similar impact on me as the story of Shirobako did. It motivated me to work harder towards my goals of working as a video editor, and perhaps one day in anime. In fact, it helped me feel better about not being in my first choice university. My current one, computer science, isn’t exactly the Continue reading…

How I rate Anime

Ratings. The first thing on my mind when I see this word in the context of anime is myanimelist. This is probably because that’s the only place where I actually rate anime. And really it’s the only place where I’m looking at anime ratings. At times they are one of the factors I use to determine if an anime is worth watching. Sure enough, they can be too high or too low, depending on the show, but they sort of give the general idea of how good the series is. In most cases at least. At first I decided not to rate each anime I watch, because I thought I will too often think about the score I would give. I thought I will give it too much importance. Later on I changed my mind and realized that rating shows really isn’t that deep. There is really no need to Continue reading…

Top 10 Characters Who Wear Glasses

Let me tell you a very fun fact about me: I wear glasses at home. And I love making top-list posts so I thought why not make a top list of characters who wear glasses? *adjusts glasses* let’s get into it! 10. Iida Tenya (Boku no Hero Academia) We start off with the president of class 1-A. He really fits the role of class president. Maybe even too much. His brother, pro hero Ingenium has inspired him to become a hero. He may seem intimidating at first, but he is actually a really good friend and is very kindhearted. 9. Shiroe (Log Horizon) The Elder Tale expert, the master strategist. Wants to achieve his goals at any cost, and for that reason many call him “the villain in glasses”. The glasses, which he really loves to adjust. Doing that gives him enhanced focus and confidence for a short period of Continue reading…