While a few anime boost episode counts in the triple digits, most series are fortunate to receive even a single season. For some, a dozen episodes is plenty of time to develop a well-executed, satisfying narrative. But for other series, the short span results in loose plot threads and inadequate endings.
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!