While I meant to complete this post shortly after the convention, time, as it has been known to do, passed far too quickly.
Sakura Quest is the tale of a young woman crowned “queen” of a town, with none of the trappings of a traditional royal tale.
Those of you who follow me on Twitter may have noticed that I walked away from my research career and all the responsibilities that come along with marital bliss (relax, it was temporary), to visit my family for a week. It involved ten hours of driving, unlimited cups of coffee, and a lot of solo karaoke.
Bloggers always manage a hiatus post when they disappear for long stretches of time. I am a terrible person because I was too lazy to write one. To be fair, if any of you follow WeekendOtaku, I have been alive and blogging on his site. Now that the episodic reviews for Winter 2017 has ended, I am hoping to get back to blogging on my site. Also, episodic reviewing is a lot of work, so those of you who do it on a regular basis, props to you!
As I mentioned in my announcement post at the beginning of the year, one of the things I wanted to do on this blog was a re-watch of one of my favorite anime. With April nearly upon us now, it’s time to start this next project.
Princess Mononoke turned twenty this year and to celebrate, Fathom Events re-released this classic, visually stunning film in theaters.