Black Clover: New Member of the Big Three?

This has been a quite popular topic recently. With the end of Naruto and Bleach and in my opinion also with the end of Fairy Tail partially, new manga and anime have been pushed into the limelight of the Shounen genre. Boku no Hero Academia achieved quite the popularity in the beginning, with all right, because it is an outstanding anime (I still haven't started the manga, but I will). Boruto on the other hand, recieved some attention, but it is in my opinion way too underrated. I guess he will always 'live in the shadow of his dad'. I am reading the manga and watching the anime and I have to say that they are both excellent. Boruto will probably be a long running anime so it has a long way to go. I love it as it is for now but I definitely expect more in the episodes to come.  And there is one more manga sharing the Shounen Jump spotlight: BLACK ♧ CLOVER.

Don't know what it is about?

Written and illustrated by Tabata Yuuki, Black Clover is an action, fantasy, shounen …

Re: Creators: ANIME REVIEW

Hello everybody this is the Anime Girl and you are currently reading another review here on World of Anime Girl. The Spring 2017 anime season brought a couple of amazing shows that are a must watch for every anime fan. Boku no Hero Academia (second season), Shingeki no Kyoujin (second season), Boruto and the anime I'll be reviewing today: Re:Creators. One thing I noticed after checking it out today on My Anime List is definitely its low rating. 7.62 doesn't sound that bad but I am sure that this show deserves a far greater one. I, for instance, gave it a 10/10. Yes, I consider Re: Creators a masterpiece because it is a unique and fresh creation in the anime world that has everything a masterpiece needs. More about it now in the review, enjoy!

STUDIO:TROYCA GENRE:Action, Sci-Fi, Fantasy EPISODES:22 LINKS:MY ANIME LIST | PV TRAILER  PLOT AND STORY LINE 📜 Can writers and artist actually be called creators? Has anyone ever considered them as creators of many different worlds just by …

AKATSUKI NO YONA 146: Manga Discussion

Greetings everyone and welcome to the World of Anime Girl. It's a brand new post and I am glad you stopped by because this time, I'll be talking about one of my favorite anime/manga ever. The Girl Standing in the Blush of Dawn came out in the Fall 2014 anime season and has been one of my favorites ever since. Unfortunately, the anime never got a second season, whereas the story had only just began. Kusanagi Mizuho is the name of the man behind the masterpiece who has kept the manga exciting, entertaining, funny and romantic all this time. The latest manga chapter (146) came out this week and is undoubtedly the biggest highlight so far.  Akatsuki no Yona is a tale about the 16-year-old Yona, the princess of the Kouka kingdom. After witnessing the murder of her father by the hand of her greatest love Su-won, Yona is forced to flee from the castle along with her childhood friend and bodyguard Son Hak. It is now that Yona realized that her kingdom is not as idyllic and peaceful a…

Netflix's Death Note (2017): Is it worth watching?

Good Evening guys and welcome to another post here on World of Anime Girl. It is another FAQ post and this time it is related to Netfilx's movie adaptation of Tsugumi Ohba's Death Note. Every otaku has been asking the same question: Is the movie worth watching? Here's my answer, enjoy!
First of all, I did not read the Death Note manga. I only watched the anime and my first question, after seeing that it will get a live action movie, was: how can they put 37 episodes in only one movie? Well, the thing Netflix did was to change the whole story line so that it can fit the length. Other than the idea of the anime and the main characters, the movie has nothing similar to the original story. In the beginning I thought that they did a terrible job, but after considering the fact that they could never make a good movie out of the anime, I accepted it and what's more, I even enjoyed it, to some extend at least.  Like I mentioned, the movie is totally different from the anime. …

QuanZhi GaoShou (The King's Avatar): ANIME REVIEW

Based on a Chinese web serial novel, Chinese producers, animated in a Chinese studio and all in Chinese dub. Can we still call it anime? I am not so sure about that but I stumbled upon this show on My Anime List and I decided to give it a try. I was about to give it up right in the first episode because of the annoying language but I am glad I didn't. Quanzhi Gaoshouaka.The King's Avatar turned out to be a great and entertaining anime that is definitely worth your time and here's the review to it. Enjoy! 

STUDIO:G.CMay Animation & Film GENRE:Action, Adventure, Comedy, Game EPISODES:12 LINKS:MY ANIME LIST | PV TRAILER  Plot & Story Line 📜 Quanzhi Gaoshou aka, The King's Avatar follows Ye Xiu, a top-tier professional player in the multiplayer game Glory. In the world of Glory he is known for his amazing techniques and skill giving him the nickname "Battle God". After he is forced to retire and give up his gaming career, he finds work at a nearby internet …

My Top 5 Favorite Fate Servants

Greetings everybody and welcome to another post here on World of Anime Girl. Before I begin, I'd like to remind you to check out a collab post I did with Lita Kino on her blog "Lita Kino Anime Corner". She has amazing posts on her page and you should definitely check it out some time. You can find the collab post under THIS LINK. Now to today's topic-Fate Servants. Stay Night, Stay Night: Unlimited Blade Works, Grand Order, Zero, Apocrypha are all anime shows/movies/games set in the Fate universe. A world where 7 mages fight among each other to obtain the ultimate prize-The Holy Grail. In order to win the war, each mage, the master, summons a servant, a heroic legend from the past who comes in either of the seven major classes: Saber, Archer, Rider, Lancer, Assassin, Caster and Berserker. Grand Order and Apocrypha also have Shielder and Ruler servant classes. Now, the Fate universe is full of those servants, so I thought, why not make a Top 5 list. It was pretty har…

Answering Questiond from MAL Forums Pt. 5

One thing I noticed in these two years of blogging is that, after review posts, this Answering Questions type of posts are the most popular ones. That, and the fact that I love writing them is the reason I am at part 5 of answering questions from MAL forums. For those who are for the first time here on World of Anime Girl, in Answering Questions from MAL Forums, I pick some interesting questions from the community forums on My Anime List and answer them here on my blog. As always, make sure to leave your answers in the comments bellow and now here are the questions for this time and of course my answers. Enjoy! 
1. How to identify a Weeaboo? There she walks with her nekko-ear-headphones, listening to her favorite anime openings. Her biggest dream is to travel some day to Japan so she can practice her Japanese (which she "learned" from anime). That would be totemo sugoi to kawaii, desu ne? She thinks she knows everything about Japan just because she watched 50+ anime. She doe…

The Worst Anime I Have Ever Seen

Greetings everybody and welcome to another post here on World of Anime Girl. As the title suggests, today I'll be talking about the three worst anime I have ever seen. I actually wanted to make this a Top 5 post, but in the end I couldn't find 5 anime that were that bad to become a part of this list. I guess it's because I don't watch every anime that I come across. I firstly check out its rating, the studio, maybe some reviews and the genre and then decide whether I'll watch it or not.  As for these three, I can't say that they were that bad, but I definitely regret spending my time on watching them. Also I would never recommend you to watch these, because as said, they would just be a waste of time. And now, here are the three worst anime I have ever watched. 
This anime wasn't actually that bad, but I hate it because it was such a Tokyo Ghoul rip-off. I couldn't believe that the makers made the rip-off that obvious. Some of the 'similaritie…

KonoSuba is Getting a New Anime Project

I hope you are as excited about this as I am. During the KonoSuba radio program on Hibiki Radio the voice actors Jun Fukushima (Kazuma) and Rie Takahashi (Megumin) announced a new anime project for Natsume Akatsuki's Kono Subarashii Sekai Ni Shukufuku Wo! aka. KonoSuba- God's Blessing on this Wonderful World. 

Still, the format of the upcoming anime project hasn't been revealed yet. The first anime season was aired in January, 2016 followed by an OVA episode in June. In the beginning of 2017 we got a second anime season and one more OVA episode just this summer. The makers really are keeping us on tenterhooks here not revealing whether it will be a third season, another OVA or maybe even a movie. A KonoSuba movie would be grand, but whatever it turns out to be in the end I'll be happy to see more KonoSuba in this wonderful anime world.

For those of you who haven't seen KonoSuba yet, should really check it out. It is one of the funniest and most entertaining anime …

FAQ: Does Good Anime Exist Anymore?

One thing I have been having a problem with recently is finding any good anime shows to watch. Looking at all the anime that aired this year, I could hardly pick seven really good anime that are definitely worth watching: Ao no Exorcist (second season), KonoSuba (second season), Youjo Senki, Shingeki no Kyojin (second season), Boku no Hero Academia (second season), Boruto and Fate/ Apocrypha. There were a couple of other good or rather popular anime that the community was hyped about but I have a major problem with most of them: they are either ecchi anime and I can't stand ecchi or they are just full of annoying fan-service.  I understand that nowadays it's really hard to come up with fresh, unique ideas but do you seriously need to cover that lack of ingenuity with fan-service, or cute girls? Oh yeah, I forgot cute girls aka. the Kyoto Animation thing. I don't know if you checked it out, a couple of weeks ago, there has been a poll conducted in Japan asking what have be…

Tonari no Kaibutsu-kun (My Little Monster): ANIME REVIEW

Scrolling down the Shoujo genre on My Anime List, I stumbled upon a rather interesting show from 2012. The slice-of-life/shoujo/school anime promised a cute romance and good comedy in 13 episodes. Question is, did the anime actually hold on to the things it promised? "My Little Monster" is quite unusual for an anime title but as such, it clearly caught my attention. Now, without further ado, the review to Tonari no Kaibutsku-kun. Enjoy!

STUDIO:Brain's Base GENRE:Romance, Comedy, Shoujo, Slice-of-life, School EPISODES:13 LINKS:MY ANIME LIST | PV TRAILER 

PLOT AND STORY LINE 📜 Most of the shoujo anime we know involve one shy and socially awkward character on one, and a popular and outgoing character on the other side of the romance. But what happens if neither of the characters is socially awkward nor shy, but still don't have any friends because of their 'special' behavior? Tonari no Kaibutsu-kun gives the answer in a fresh anime atmosphere that really shows tha…

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