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Life is About Connections in Net-juu no Susume (Recovery of an MMO Junkie)

The connections between my own life and Net-juu no Susume (Recovery of an MMO Junkie) fascinate me, so I decided to talk about life, relationships, and all kinds of stuff MMOs do for socially awkward people like Morimori and myself!

Join me below the break for the video!

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Video: Anime in 2017 | Part 2

Following uncharacteristically quickly on the heels of the last part of his Anime in 2017 video, Gigguk is back with 1 million subscribers and the second half of his yearly tradition recapping and discussing all of anime in 2017 that isn’t trash! Or maybe it is, considering his slogan of the year.

Anyway, take a look at the second part below the break!

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Life is Pain in Houseki no Kuni (Land of the Lustrous)

Change is all about suffering in Houseki no Kuni (Land of the Lustrous), and Phosphophyllite changes a lot throughout this anime. But that pain is necessary for growth, so never let it stop you.

Keep moving forward with me by taking a look at the video below the break!

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Himouto! Umaru-chan R Has Actual Character Development!

Whoa, actual character development from an anime like Himouto! Umaru-chan R? It’s more likely than you think! This gremlin and her friends do actually grow over the course of the show, and combined with Umaru’s different personas, there’s a lot to dig into here.

Join me in the meme side below the break!

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Gamers! is so Frustratingly Entertaining

Gamers! made me want to strangle myself, but it was still dumb fun. I watched the first four episodes week to week and then binged the rest, and I gotta say binging was the better decision for an anime like this.

If you’d like to know why, and see my review for Gamers!, take a look below the break!

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Why You Should Be Watching: UQ Holder

After a short break as the seasons began their inevitable march, Why You Should Be Watching is back with UQ Holder, an anime featuring the vampire Evangeline from the popular Negima! Magister Negi Magi series watching over the new main character, Tōta Konoe, as he begins his newfound life of immortality in a much darker world than he realizes.

If that sounds like fun to you, take a look below the break for more!

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The Importance of Infusing Joy in Your Work

My Hero Academia and Knight’s & Magic share one thing in common, hard as it is to believe: the infusion of joy in at least one aspect of their respective anime.

Let me tell you why that’s important in the video below the break!

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Code Geass: Flawed But Entertaining

Code Geass does a lot right, but even this classic of the anime-sphere has one or two flaws. I enjoyed watching it, though, and it’s better than a lot of anime out there. I recommend checking it out if you haven’t seen it yet.

And after that, take a look below the break to check out my review!

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The Scale of Adventure in Shingeki no Bahamut

Shingeki no Bahamut: Genesis and Virgin Soul handle the scale of their adventures very differently, with the first a world-spanning journey and the second a close-knit exploration of mostly a single city and surrounding areas. I thought it would be interesting to talk about that difference.

Take a look at that video below the break!

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