Sometimes, a good story worthy of being a legend is full of blood and gore. The ascent of a hero…More
As a visual art, anime can show a huge array of feelings through nothing more than the little nerves of the eyes. It brings out the darkness found in every single heart and the goodness that everyone is capable of. From hopes and dreams to life and death, it gives us an inkling of what it takes to be human, and perhaps the opposite.
And of course, Studio Pierrot’s Tokyo Ghoul shows all these in a neatly-packaged, four-season anime series of dark fantasy and humbling tragedy. It tells the ravaged story of a young college student, Kaneki Ken, as he moves from the haven of human life into the darker pits of reality among the ghouls.More
The world of anime is magical, and no doubt, one such magical anime is KonoSuba: God’s Blessing On This Wonderful World! Even though the 2nd season of the anime was aired back in 2017, and there is no news for the 3rd season flowing around, fans are still waiting on it.
However, while everyone waits for the 3rd season to drop (hopefully!), we have compiled a list of similar anime for you KonoSuba fans out there. These anime are not exactly like KonoSuba, but they are similar in so many ways that you’ll definitely have the same comfort and enjoyment that you experienced while watching KonoSuba.
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Hundred is an action-packed sci-fi, mecha-type anime that aired in 2016 under Production IMS studios. This series is set in the future, where alien forms of life called “Savages” are invading Earth.
Only by the use of a “Hundred” — a type of weapon that can transform into a myriad of various shapes, as its name suggests — can one kill these evil invaders.
The few who have the ability to influence a hundred are qualified to become slayers. To become a slayer, protagonist Hayato Kisaragi<span styleMore
Attack on Titan features an unapologetic western-style element as its main underlying theme. However, this is not its only unique approach to storytelling.
Attack on Titan has also been significantly influenced by other genres, such as action, mystery, drama, and fantasy. When combined together, it weaves a tapestry of themes that create an anime that is both extremely entertaining and starkly intelligent.
While many people may be familiar with the anime version of Attack on Titan, it was actually adapted from the Hajime Isayama written and illustrated manga series of the same name.
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As far back as humanity itself, the great common denominator of our species has been communication. The way we convey our stories — and the very fact that we tell them — shapes how we live life, understand it, and tell stories of our own. Since the dawn of civilization itself, a few decades times a few thousand years ago, we have used myth and fiction to shape and explain our very lucid realities. Gilgamesh is so far ago, and yet we have tales not so distant even today.
Art shapes the mind and meanders in a tango with story-telling. Most humans have visual connectivity to their conceptualization, and the fantastic is imaginable through a link between our capacities to understand what’s before us, and what we can consciously conjure. And in the great evolution of storytelling, arrived animation. Here, the limits for potential are expanded to the greatest horizons.