I respect that this movie was made as a middle finger to entitled fanboys, but I hated how this movie ruined the few things I liked about the series. Come check out my final complaints about the grand finale on AnimeFeminist.
The plot was thrown out the window so that Anno can work through his depression which was neat, but left me feeling confused and angry on how to talk about this finale. The womxn and girls in the series deserved better resolutions to their story arcs. Also, I am not worthy of Kaworu’s grace (he was such a good character, he needed more screen time). Check it out on AnimeFeminist.
The plot starts to break down and Shinji’s desire for validation leads to more exposure to toxic masculinity and him finally standing up against his shitty dad. Check out this episode on AnimeFeminist.
I was one of the few people who never saw Neon Genesis Evangelion so the wonderful team at Anime Feminist invited me to chat about the series. Check out our great conversations about toxic masculinity and how Shinji is a good (flawed) kid dealing with his depression on AnimeFeminist.
Glass Mask is a classic shoujo manga that started in 1976 about a young girl named Maya Kitajima who dreams of becoming an actress and goes through plenty of hardships in order for her dream to come true. Thanks to the anime adaptations that came out in 1984 and 2005, Glass Mask has gained immense international popularity and continues to be Suzue Miuchi’s best work. Continue reading “Glass Mask Anime (2005): The Rivalry between Maya and Ayumi”→
The animated version of Banana Fish ended in late December of 2018 and I still feel exhausted. I had a lot of hope that the anime would address the problematic aspects of the series and make much-needed updates to amend those issues, but ultimately for the better or worse the anime left a bitter taste in my mouth. Continue reading “BANANA FISH – A Bittersweet Experience”→
This article was published on November 7, 2018, on AnimeFeminist. Banana Fish was probably the most emotionally exhausting series I have ever read. Despite many painful moments, I was impressed by the immense research Akimi Yoshida did for the series and how she was able to depict how pervasive white supremacy is throughout all sectors of society. However, those historical events depicted in the series can be painful for new QTBIPOC (Queer, Trans, Black, Indigenous, People of Color) readers. Please read the original article on AnimeFeminist.
That’s it folks!! In this episode, we discussed many topics such as womxn friendships, inspirations and how we would pitch the series to anyone. It was a lot of fun chatting about this series with the AnimeFeminist team and I would highly recommend for everyone to support their work because they prioritize marginalized voices in the nerd community. Please listen to this final episode on AnimeFeminist.