Winter 2017: Jan. 15 – 21

The week is just getting started! I’ve successfully completed two weeks of my scheduled blogging topics so far, so yay! I’m very proud of myself.

In case you missed it:

  • The MVP of Support: Suwa Hiroto: In the latest post for MCM, I picked a supporting character to highlight. Suwa was my top choice this time around since I had already talke about my other favorite (Jean Kirstein) previously.
  • Winter 2017: First Impressions: I did a quick run through of which shows I was watching and some quick thoughts. It felt a bit unorganized – but I’m still working on the layout. Scum’s wish was at the top of the list last week. I wonder how it fared this week?
  • Her Revenge on Life: I featured the struggle of Ymir from Attack on Titan last week, as a break from the philosophical character’s I had been choosing. Ymir has made a lasting impression on me in the latest chapters of the manga. I can’t wait for season 2 to start!
  • The City of Arun: This week on Fantasy Friday I looked at the SAO world of ALFheim and it’s capital Arun as a part of an analysis of it’s urban planning. I found some pretty interesting parallels, and point out a building that reminds me of Arun’s aesthetic.

This week’s interesting reads come from:

  • Anime Tracking: plainpastaandplainrice did a comparison of the different anime tracker’s that are available. I found it to be very informative as I didn’t realize there were so many options out there.
  • Connections in Erased and how a Single Person Can Make a Difference: on the OWLs Disruptor Blog Tour Crimson discusses Erased in this great analysis!
  • What Are You Playing?: Over at cheapbossattack, they run down a few of the games they’re playing and what they’re enjoying so far.  I liked it because of the graphics, but also because it was quite informative – I’m not too familiar with all the games that are coming out, so I like to catch up on whats new via this blog.
  • Anime’s Most Inspiring Princesses: Elisabeth on littleanimeblog countsdown the most inspiring princesses’ in this anime- and I couldn’t agree more with her choices.
  • Favorite Goofy Anime Character: at shoujoramblings, they’re taking the 30 Day Anime Challenge, and they chose a character from Gekkan Shojo Nozaki-Kun and felt like it was an excellent choice!

Did you guys find any interesting reads this week? Let me know in the comments below!


11 thoughts on “Winter 2017: Jan. 15 – 21

      1. You linked to me AND said I am cute!?

        That’s so sweet! (*^^*) I thank you most heartily. ヾ(^∇^)

        I like what you post, too!! Your recent posts on architecture are so detailed and really interesting and seriously, you looked into Viking urban planning and related it to Arun. That’s boss!

        Also I totally read The Little Anime Blog’s post because ANIME PRINCESSES and it was neat; Yona is a fabulous character. 🙂

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  1. Thank you for the shout out! I’m glad you agreed with my list, it was a tough call with a couple as to who would make the cut. It really is so inspiring to see so many women in anime wielding their power and influence in such a positive way.

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