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The snow may have melted, but the Miku is here to stay.
The Snow Miku Affectuator is one of our convention booth favorites. Its bright, cluttered, symmetrical aesthetic draws the eye. I decorated and posted this one over Christmas break, but it’s finally time to give you all the sauce! It’s Sonya here with another Inspiration Station!
Season three of My Hero Academia can’t come soon enough for us to see our favorite platonic life pals again.
But no! I will not wait patiently! It’s my bromance and I need it now! It’s Sonya again with another Inspiration Station!
Con season is fast approaching. I can feel it in me bones.
You’re gonna need ways to display all that sweet merch you’re gonna get. We got you. To this effect, we have released three new items in the store!
Welcome to a brand new blog series: mō ichi do PLEASE! We will discuss nuances, mistranslations, and trivia regarding the Japanese language. In this first post, we’ll go off of our previous Anime Unearthed: Shounen article by explaining “nakama” and how it differs from other words for friendship - you’re gonna need to know this if you wanna become the pirate king or the next hokage!
Welcome to Anime Unearthed - the series where we talk about anime, because why not? For our first post in this series, we’ll start very simple by discussing target demographics.
Target demographics are the lens that we see a genre through - a shounen romance will behave differently than a seinen romance, for example. To make things relatively simple, manga is published in magazines by target demographic. Shounen Jump is a well known example of this.