I’ve mention before that I’m an anime fan, right? I spend way to much time and money, by normal people’s standards, on Japanese cartoon that for the most part are aimed at teenagers. Despite this, I like it. However, sometimes I get bored of and generally feel indifferent about anime. And whether it’s that product of being busy with school (Why do I take summer courses, again?) and work or a prolonged post-exam funk, I haven’t been very interested in anime lately. I haven’t really kept up with the shows currently airing and I’ve neglected my half-built Acguy gunpla.
Last weekend, I went to a convention and, let me tell you, there is nothing like a large group of overly enthusiastic fans to get you excited about something again. So over the past week, I’ve caught up on some of the decent shows airing (Sora Kake Girl, Eden of the East, Shangri-La, and Fullmetal Alchemist: Brotherhood). I’ve also made a list of older shows that I want to see again or that I really ought to have seen by now.
As you can imagine, this eats up my time. Mostly it chomps into the time I would spend on another activity I enjoy: playing on the blagosphere. As a compromise, I’ve decided that I’m probably going to start blogging the anime I watch. This doesn’t mean I’m turning into an animeblog mostly because I could never manage to stick to just one topic.
Right now I’m watching the first episode of my favouritest anime ever and I’ll probably post something on it Saturday afternoon. Until then you can enjoy this: