Showing posts from March, 2016

Kyoukai no Kanata/ Beyond the Boundary: ANIME REVIEW

Welcome, welcome! You are about to read another anime review by your dear Otaku fellow Anime Girl. Believe it or not, I watched this anime on You Tube, and if you ask why... Well my laptop speakers suddenly stopped working and using my phone as an alternative was only with YouTube possible. Still, I was able to get into an anime with the most frequent use of the word "Senpai" I've ever seen. A week later here I am with the review on Kyoukai no Kanata or in English Beyond the Boundary.

Plot and Story Line
Kyoukai no Kanata is a Fantasy, Slice of Life and Supernatural anime that aired in 2013. With a total of 12 episodes the producers Lantis, Pony Canyon and TBS did a...good job. I can't say it is bad, but to be honest I did expect more. The idea itself is pretty good but the way the makers brought the story over was just okay. The happenings in the story are forced and the story line alone is, in my opinion, rushed. But let's try to get to the bottom of it, shall we? S…

Mini Anime Dictionary by Anime Girl

A big Welcome and Hello to all of you having enough free time to read  this blog with the title World of Anime Girl.
First of all, today is a very important day for me, because today we are celebrating The Independence Day of our dear country Bosnia and Herzegovina. So to all of you living in the boundaries of this triangular place we call home, HAPPY INDEPENDENCE DAY!  Secondly, you've all probably been in a situation where you hear something related to anime and you kinda don't know what that means. I was in a couple situations like that especially when I was just a newbie in this huge anime world. To make it easier for you, this blog post will lead you trough some "terms" and expressions used by the anime community. 
To begin with, here are some Japanese expressions that are always used:
ARIGATO-Simply means: THANKS! I got so much used to it, that I always use Arigato instead of Thanks, and believe me or not, even the non-otakus understand me. But wait, what is an Ota…

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