Author: Thea Marie Apostol

An avid reader of manga and manhwa. Former K-pop stan and collector. Now mainly spends her time writing and consuming multiple types of media such as anime, k-r&b, and manga/manhwa. Also, a gamer who wastes her time doing daily commissions.

Anime has its way of capturing the hearts of its viewers. When it comes to children’s characters, they are often portrayed with an extra dose of cuteness. From their innocent and pure outlook on life to their infectious giggles, anime children can bring a smile to anyone’s face. In this article, we will be exploring 10 anime series that feature adorable children as main or supporting characters. Whether you’re a fan of heartwarming slice-of-life stories or action-packed adventures, there’s something for everyone on this list. So sit back, relax, and prepare to fall in love with these charming anime kids.…

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Shoujo anime, or anime targeted toward young girls, has evolved significantly since its inception. From its earliest roots in the 1960s to its current form, shoujo anime has undergone numerous changes in style and substance. This article will take a closer look at the evolution of shoujo anime and the factors that have shaped its development. The Beginning: 1960s-1970s The first shoujo anime series, Sally the Witch, aired in 1966. Created by Mitsuteru Yokoyama, it was a groundbreaking show that paved the way for the future Shoujo anime series. Sally the Witch follows the adventures of a young girl named…

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Akaza can’t surpass Douma and Kokushibo due to his picky diet and the lack of Muzan’s blood that flows through him. While Akaza is an incredibly powerful demon in his own right, he falls short compared to Douma and Kokushibo. This is due to their overall difference in combat abilities and experience. However, it is important to remember that rankings are not always indicative of a Demon Slayer’s true strength. Akaza himself remains a formidable opponent for any Demon Slayer who crosses his path. Content Warning: This article may contain spoilers from the manga! Read more: Is Nezuko Stronger Than…

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My Neighbor Totoro can be categorized more as a heartfelt movie rather than a sad one. The emotional nature of the film was carefully integrated into a whimsical concept very well. It is a heartwarming and magical anime film that has captivated audiences for decades. The movie explores themes that may trigger your heartstrings. This includes moments that show Mei’s yearning to be with their mother. Further into the article, we’ll explore the emotional themes of the film and unpack the emotional aspects of the storyline. Read more: Studio Ghibli for Beginners: The 5 Must-See Films for an Unforgettable Journey…

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By the end of the movie, Sophie herself was the one who broke her curse through her newfound confidence as well as Howls. Sophie Hatter, the main character in the Studio Ghibli film adapted from Diana Wynne Jones’ novel Howl’s Moving Castle, finds herself cursed by the Witch of the Waste and transformed into an old woman. She seeks refuge in the castle of the wizard Howl, who is also under a curse. Read more: Studio Ghibli for Beginners: The 5 Must-See Films for an Unforgettable Journey How Did Sophie’s Curse Work? Studio Ghibli Sophie’s curse was placed on her…

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Sawako was not able to give Kazehaya chocolates on Valentine’s Day, but this setback did not stop her from pursuing her feelings for him. Despite her shyness and anxiety, Sawako’s determination to show her love would eventually lead to a confession and a deeper connection between her and Kazehaya. Their story serves as a reminder that love can be challenging and rewarding, and that taking small steps toward vulnerability and honesty can lead to greater intimacy and fulfillment. Read more: Netflix’s Kimi ni Todoke Live Action Unveils Official Trailer, Watch it Here! Sawako and Kazehaya’s Relationship Production I.G, Inc. The…

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The only known Demon Slayers who became demons were Kokushibo and Kaigaku. They are unquestionably the most dangerous Demons in the series due to them being able to combine their Blood Demon Art with their Breathing techniques in battle. As a result, they were ranked higher than other demons in the Demon Slayer universe. Here is a comprehensive breakdown of who these Demon Slayer-turned-demons were. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pxh6V0on0t4 Members of the Corps would never intentionally turn into the enemy they’ve sword to destroy. However, these characters have their own motivations to do just that. Kokushibo and Kaigaku’s motivations for turning into demons…

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Sawako and Kazehaya didn’t get married in the anime. However, Sawako can be seen with a promise ring during the final pages of the manga. This could symbolize their promise to eventually marry later on in their lives. Sadly, there wasn’t a future preview to confirm whether or not they truly did settle down with their lives together. Read more: Netflix’s Kimi ni Todoke Live Action Unveils Official Trailer, Watch it Here! What is Kimi ni Todoke about? Production I.G, Inc. Kimi ni Todoke (From Me to You) tells the story of Sawako and her self-discovery through the help of…

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Short answer, no. Saiki does not end up with anyone in the entire anime or manga series. The reason was his powers and his personality. We may not truly know if he considered dating anyone around him. One thing is for sure, he loves his coffee jelly to care about anything else. Read more: Can Saiki K Even Talk? Who is Saiki? J.C.Staff Co., Ltd. Saiki Kusuo, also known as Saiki K, is the main character in the anime series The Disastrous Life of Saiki K. He is a high school student with supernatural abilities that could almost elevate him…

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You go on Netflix to check out the fuss about Studio Ghibli. As a first-time film watcher, you asked your friends what their favorite movie from Studio Ghibli is. They gave you different titles and now you’re scouring the internet looking for where to start. Don’t worry, this guide is precisely what you’re looking for! Here are the essential top five (5) Studio Ghibli movies for first-time watchers. Read more: Enter the World of Ghibli: Studio’s Theme Park Now Open With International Tickets Coming Soon Studio Ghibli has a lot of movies in its collection. The studio is best known for…

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Hori and Miyamura officially get together during their third year in high school. Though technically, they met during their first year at their high school. They knew each other’s existence for at least a year before the main story progressed. They eventually became close friends and lovers in the same year. Read more: Top 17 Must-Watch Comedy Anime on Netflix Right Now WARNING: This article may contain spoilers from the anime and the manga. What is Horimiya About? Horimiya is a romantic comedy anime series released by CloverWorks studio. It explores the love story between Kyouko Hori and Izumi Miyamura that…

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If you like a “she fell first, he fell harder” kind of trope, then this anime is definitely for you! Tomo-chan is a Girl! has its own good points and bad points. Here is a rundown review of the series’ contents from the manga and the anime episodes. Tomo-chan Is a Girl! (Tomo-chan wa Onnanoko!) is a newly released anime from Seven Seas Entertainment on Crunchyroll. It’s about a girl named Tomo Aizawa, a high schooler with a natural tomboy-ish persona. This becomes a problem for Tomo when her childhood friend–turned crush can’t see her as a girl. It even…

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The two grief-stricken Giyuu Tomioka and Sanemi Shinazugawa were the only Hashiras that survived the final line-up of the Demon Slayer Corps. Minus Tengen Uzui, who retired by the end of the Entertainment District Arc to finally settle down with his wives, as promised. Thus, he was not an active member during the Final Battle Arc where the long-awaited eradication of demons took place.  Read more: Demon Slayer: Swordsmith Village Arc Screens 1st Episode, Earns 1.15 Billion Yen WARNING before you proceed! This article contains spoilers from the anime and the manga. Out of the nine (9) active Hashiras at the start of the series, only two (2) remained active members and alive…

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Yes, he can talk but mainly through his psychic abilities. It’s not because he can’t, he just doesn’t want to. We first saw Saiki Kusuo talking with his mouth open during the last scenes of The Disastrous Life of Saiki K’s main season. This was when he finally sealed away his powers after preventing the catastrophic eruption of a volcano. The next instance was during the last episode of the Reawakened season, where he experiences his daily life as a normal person. During the main season, he mainly used his telepathic abilities to “talk” with the people around him. Read…

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