Anime Favorites: Tokyo Ghoul, FMA/FMAB, Terror in Resonance, Shingeki no Kyojin, Noragami, Akatsuki no Yona, Death Parade

Manga Favorites: Fairy Tail, Tokyo Ghoul, Bleach, Naruto, Akatsuki no Yona, Horimiya, Girl the Wild's, The Breaker

(No Spoilers) Tokyo Ghoul Manga Tarot Cards

I've known this for a while but I'm bringing it up now because I'm really curious about whether or not anyone else knew this.
In Tokyo Ghoul and Tokyo Ghoul : re, Ishida Sui (author) draws the number of tarot cards on characters within the chapter or chapter cover. These numbers go along with corresponding tarot cards and mean different things, so it's kind of like foreshadowing or added sybolism.
Juuzou's hairpin for example - Xlll is the number 13. The 13th tarot card means death. In a certain chapter of Tokyo Ghoul Juuzou's hairpin changes to a different number, but I don't want to spoil anything so...
There are more straightfoward examples, like you can actually see the number 2 on a person's head not just two lines. I would tell you, but once again I promised no spoilers so unless you ask me (or notice for yourself).....
If you look closely, a lot of characters in Tokyo Ghoul: re have numbers on them too.

I was wondering if anyone else saw this or understood it. If you did or even if you didn't I would really like to know.

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Feels Weird + Anime To-DO List

A lot of people who read the manga for Tokyo Ghoul then saw season 2, watched it and thought :
" Who Created This Abomination?!  (*`Д´)ノ!!!"
But I really enjoyed it and now Thursday feels kinda weird without a new episode of Tokyo Ghoul to look forward to.

To-DO List-
Need To Watch:

  • Yowamushi Pedal
  • Junketsu No Maria
  • Magic Kaito 1412
  • Trinity Seven
  • Tokyo Ravens
  • Durarara
  • Angel Beats

Need To Finish:

  • Fairy Tail
  • Akame Ga Kill
  • Monster
  • Welcome to the NHK
  • Naruto
  • SAO
  • Katekyo Hitman Reborn

Noragami Season 2 CONFIRMED.
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Black Haze Binge and Manhwa Persuasion

I decided a couple days ago to try reading Black Haze and I really loved it so I was reading it non-stop until today when I caught up to it. It's funny, interesting, exciting, unique. I honestly feel like it's the type of story that should be more popular.
Maybe the lack of popularity is because it's a manhwa (Korean not Japanese).
I only say that because I don't see anyone else on theO who reads or talks about any manhwa. You guys should really give it a try. Manhwa is basically the same as manga except the pages are usually all in color (the Breaker is the only exception I've seen for this), often are read from right to left instead of left to right, and of course they use Korean terms instead of Japanese (like putting -nim or -ssi at the end of a name instead of -san or -chan).
Also, I don't think I've seen a manhwa that doesn't have at least a little comedy element to it, so you'll probably get a good laugh while reading one.

Some good manhwa are(in no particular order):

  • Black Haze
  • Girl the Wild's
  • Orange Marmalade
  • Tower of God
  • Dice: the cube that changes everything
  • The Gamer
  • Pinocchio
  • Noblesse (although the authors of Noblesse recently had some severe health problems so it has been put on hold and will probably take a long time to start updating again)

Seriously, give it a try please. I wouldn't mind hearing what you think.


If Tokyo Ghoul got turned into a live action Rize would probably look like this:
(I can never seem to get videos to work so here's the link, it should be the video on
amazarashi Official YouTube Channel, Tokyo Ghoul season 2 ending song, probably has the most views ----> XXX

√A ( I do not suggest reading if you haven't watched at least episode 6 ): Half way through. Has anyone noticed how little screen time Kaneki gets? √A might as well stand for route Amon or something. Just saying. But I'm still enjoying it a lot. Some people seem confused about how Kaneki got a kakuja, and I just suggest you read the manga; it explains everything. Or just keep watching. As I said, we're just half way through and all the mysteries in a story don't usually get explained so quickly, right?
Speaking of mysteries, a few episodes ago Tsukiyama and Banjo broke into Aogiri. I would have completely forgotten them if it wasn't for how someone talking about the anime said that Kaneki's cannibalism hadn't been hinted at before ( lies). What I want to know is, what on Earth happened to those too. I think everyone else forgot about them to and haven't done anything since then.

I notice that if I really like an anime I'll finish it in 2 days. Otherwise it'll take much longer. Like No Game No Life; I started that last week and I think it's good but I'm still not done with it. I also started Elfen Lied last week and I finished that in 2 days.

Zankyou No Terror & A Little Dark Humor

Last thing I wanted to talk about tonight: Zankyou No Terror
It was one of those anime that I finished in two days bc I watched each episode back to back.
I've heard people say it could have been more. I've heard people say that 5 just completely ruined it.
But I think most people would agree that it was beautiful and unique. I feel kind of late cuz this anime is from last year, but anyone who hasn't seen it should give it a try. The story and characters were awesome it was really engaging and made you think
Even the OST was beautiful ( by Yoko Kanno). Some of my favorites:

  • von. featuring Arnor Dan
  • lil lolol
  • veat
  • bless featuring Arnor Dan

Good for anyone who likes anime that will give you strong emotions.


~Why did Zankyou No Terror only have 11 episodes?
Because 12 didn't make it.

~What rating would you give this anime?
I'd give it a 9/11.

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