Raistlin0903

Michels Anime/Book/Boardgame/Movie review Blog

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Star Wars: My Point of View

A Few Thoughts on Star Wars

TakamakiJoker Anime Reviews

Modern And Retro Reviews For The Fans

Zoewiezoe

Where a little insanity goes a long way

Apprentice Mages Lounge.

Anime discussion in a relaxed atmosphere.

Al's Manga Blog

Manga and Comics Reviews

Janice Duke Illustration

Magical Creatures, Mythical Beings

Diary of A Movie Maniac

A Personal Journey Through Cinema & Television

Fictionally Sandee

Meandering Thoughts on Fictional Stories

The Review Heap

Anime, Game, Music & Book Reviews

Bookstooge's Reviews on the Road

Without The Good Book, Life's Road is Hell

The Free Spirit Anime

Welcome to my simple blog. I will share my anime drawings and I wish you enjoy.

Otaku Alcove

A Geek's Journey Through Anime And Video Games

Pinkie's Paradise

A Tropical Resort for all geeks

Lumi Reviews Things

I have strong opinions about Japanese cartoons

Zombie Apocalypse Monthly

Bringing you the best of the apocalypse

Crow's World of Anime

Reviews and editorials celebrating amazing moments in anime.

Jean Lee's World

Author of Young Adult Fantasy

Gary D Holdaway

A life in words

Average Joe Reviews

Reviews, Discussions and Much More!

Wordaholicanonymous

Because booze can't cure everything...

The Animanga Spellbook

Exploring the magic of anime and manga.

Jason's Movie Blog

A Movie Blog for the Latest Movie Reviews, Trailers, and More

Mochadesk

From university to beyond...

Atari A to Z

Atari games, software, hardware... and memories

The Curiously Dead Cat

Anime, Video Games, Manga, Literature, and Other Curiosities

the wordy habitat

Books, Blogging & Lifestyle

Postcard Memories

Thoughts on Whatever

My Utopia

An imaginary world of mine

KimchiSama

Anime for the Soul

Mechanical Anime Reviews

Reflecting on Mecha Anime, myself, the fandom, and other Anime

Of Midnight Ravings

Elle's Readings, Raves and Random Ramblings

The Zodiac Room

"Consider, can the universe be justifiably called infinite? Doubtful. It may not have a discernible end, but it had a beginning and its component parts definitely have a limited cosmological shelf-life. Splitting hairs or not, if history tells us anything, it's that scientists often make very poor poets. We're all just a ship of fools chasing phantoms, heedless of what really underwrites natural law." - Okabe Rintaro

Anime QandA

Asking The Big Questions on Anime and Manga

beetleypete

The musings of a Londoner, now living in Norfolk