Inu to Neko Docchi mo Katteru to Mainichi Tanoshii

Inu to Neko Docchi mo Katteru to Mainichi Tanoshii - With a Dog AND a Cat, Every Day is Fun (犬と猫どっちも飼ってると毎日たのしい, Inu to Neko Docchimo Katteru to Mainichi Tanoshii, "I Enjoy Raising Both a Dog and a Cat Every Day") is a Japanese manga arrangement by Hidekichi Matsumoto.


It has been serialized online through Matsumoto's Twitter account, just as pixiv Comic site, since 2017 and has been gathered in four tankōbon volumes by Kodansha. The manga is authorized in North America by Vertical. An anime TV arrangement transformation by Team Till Dawn debuted on October 2, 2020 on the Super Animeism block.


An anime variation was declared by means of Twitter on December 8, 2019. The TV arrangement is energized by Team Till Dawn, with Seiji Kishi coordinating and composing the arrangement, Kazuaki Morita planning the characters, and TAKAROT creating the arrangement's music.


It debuted on October 2, 2020 on the Super Animeism block on MBS, TBS, BS-TBS, and different channels. Ayaka Ōhashi will play out the arrangement's initial signature melody "Nyan Daa Wan Daa Days". The arrangement will run for 24 episodes.

Fune wo Amu Review


The Great Passage (Japanese 舟を編む, Hepburn Fune o Amu, Weaving a Ship) is a 2016 Japanese anime television series animated by Zexcs, adapted from the novel written by Shion Miura.
The series was directed by Toshimasa Kuroyanagi and written by Takuya Satō, featuring original character designs by Haruko Kumota, adapted character designs by Hiroyuki Aoyama and music by Yoshihiro Ike.
The anime aired between October 14, 2016 and December 23, 2016 on Fuji TV's Noitamina block.
The publication of a new dictionary called The Great Passage is being constructed. Mitsuya Majime, originally from publisher Genbu Publishing's sales department, has been recruited by the retiring editor of the dictionary department Kouhei Araki to succeed him due to his love and dedication to reading.
The dictionary department is known internally as the "money-eating insect," but Mitsuya uses his perseverance and attachment to the words in order to become a great editor.

Brave Witches Review


Brave Witches (ブレイブウィッチーズ, Bureibu Witchīzu), or World Witches Series: 502nd Joint Fighter Wing Brave Witches, is an anime television series produced by Silver Link, which is a spin-off of the Strike Witches multimedia franchise created by Humikane Shimada.
Taking place between the first and second seasons of Strike Witches, the series centers on the Fuso witch Hikari Karibuchi as she joins the titular squadron to fight the Neuroi forces when her sister Takami is seriously injured in battle. The series was directed by Kazuhiro Takamura and written by the Striker Unit scriptwriting team with Seikou Nagaoka serving as the music composer.
The series ran on Tokyo MX in Japan from October 6 to December 29, 2016 with later airings on 8 other stations; it was simulcast worldwide by Crunchyroll. In April 2017, Funimation announced that the English dubbed version would be streamed on their FunimationNow streaming service beginning on May 8.
In Japan, the series was released on DVD and Blu-ray Disc in six compilations, each containing two episodes, from February 24 to July 28, 2017. An original video animation episode was released in select theaters on May 13, 2017 and included with a special edition volume released on August 25, 2017.
Two pieces of theme music are used: an opening theme and an ending theme. The opening theme is "Ashita no Tsubasa" (アシタノツバサ, lit. "Tomorrow's Wings") performed by Yoko Ishida and the ending theme is "Little Wing ~Spirit of Lindberg~" performed by the series' voice actresses as their characters.

Bloodivores Review


60 years ago, a strange case of insomnia struck the population, forcing them to stay awake for more than a full week. The victims, completely sleep deprived, all went mad.
To cure this illness, a new medicine was produced, but the side effects turned the patients into vampires. Humanity went to war against this new species and triumphed, but some of the vampires managed to survive.
Born from a Human and a Vampire, the main character Mi Liu, "The Child of Hope," is to represent the new hope that will connect the two species.
Ringleader of a bank robbery, Mi Liu is arrested and transferred to a special prison of the National Defense Agency that monitors Vampires.
Trying to break free with Anji, Mi Liu is attacked by strange monsters and he finds out that the prison location corresponds to the birthplace of Vampires, the old capital "Blue Town." Why are Vampires trapped in Blue Town? What are those strange monsters attacking them? Our heroes must fight to solve those mysteries.

Ao no Exorcist Kyoto Fujouou-hen Review


Blue Exorcist (Japanese: 青の祓魔師エクソシスト, Hepburn: Ao no Ekusoshisuto) is a Japanese manga series written and illustrated by Kazue Katō. The story revolves around Rin Okumura, a teenager who discovers he and his twin brother Yukio are the sons of Satan born from a human woman, and he is the inheritor of Satan's powers.
When Satan kills their guardian, Rin enrolls at True Cross Academy to become an exorcist under Yukio's tutelage in order to defeat his father Satan. The manga has been serialized in Shueisha's Jump Square magazine since April 2009, with individual chapters collected into twenty-six tankōbon volumes as of December 2020.
The series was adapted into an anime television series produced by A-1 Pictures, and broadcast from April to October 2011. An anime film, Blue Exorcist: The Movie, premiered in December 2012.
A second season, titled Blue Exorcist: Kyoto Saga, aired from January to March 2017.
Viz Media has licensed the manga for North American production, with the first volume released in April 2011. Aniplex of America also released the anime's DVDs in English regions.
The series has been well received by readers with sales having received a boost thanks to the anime's release. Publications for manga and anime compared the series with other shōnen manga but still praised the series.

Fuuka Review


Fuuka (Japanese: 風夏, Hepburn: Fūka) is a Japanese manga written and illustrated by Kōji Seo. It was published by Kodansha in Weekly Shōnen Magazine from February 2014 to April 2018. It was published online in English by Crunchyroll.
A 12-episode anime television adaptation produced by Diomedéa aired from January 2017 to March 2017.
Fuuka is a sequel to the 2004 manga Suzuka. The story follows Yuu Haruna, a loner and an avid Twitter user that made a promise with his childhood friend Koyuki Hinashi of starting a band. One night, on his way to buy dinner, he stops to take a photo to upload to Twitter.
A strange high school girl named Fuuka Akitsuki accidentally bumps into him and mistakenly believes that Yuu is trying to take a photo of her panties, which causes her to smash his phone.
Fuuka leaves behind a CD, which Yuu returns the following day. Appreciating Yuu's personality, Fuuka starts a relationship with him, but this is complicated when Koyuki, now a popular idol, contacts Yuu on Twitter and invites him to attend her concert.

Idol Jihen Review


Idol Incidents (Japanese: アイドル事変, Hepburn: Aidoru Jihen) is a Japanese media mix project by Mages. The plot revolves around an election battle between idols who represent Japan's 47 prefectures.
The character designs are handled by various artists such as CUTEG, Tiv, Mottsun*, Akemi Mikoto, Yōsai Kūchū, Mamu Mitsumoto, and Yukihiro Matsuo.
The project was initially announced as a game that planned to be released in Fall 2014, but was postponed until August of the same year.
In Summer 2015, the same project was "rebooted" with changes to the work including the stories and characters.
In 2016, an anime adaptation was announced and aired on Tokyo MX and BS Fuji in January 2017 and finished in March 2017.

Kemono Friends Review


Kemono Friends (Japanese: けものフレンズ, Hepburn: Kemono Furenzu) is a Japanese media franchise created by manga artist Mine Yoshizaki. The project first produced a mobile game developed by Nexon, which ran between March 2015 and December 2016.
A manga by Furai was serialized in Kadokawa's Monthly Shōnen Ace between May 2015 and March 2017.
A second game in the series was released by Bushiroad on January 26, 2018. An anime television series produced by Yaoyorozu aired between January and March 2017; the anime was co-financed and licensed by Crunchyroll.
A second season by Tomason aired between January to April 2019.

Hinomaruzumou Review


Hinomaru Sumo (Japanese: 火ノ丸相撲, Hepburn: Hinomaru Zumō) is Japanese sumo manga series written and illustrated by Kawada. It was serialized in Weekly Shōnen Jump magazine from May 2014 to July 2019, with its chapters collected into 28 tankōbon volumes by Shueisha.
A 24-episode anime television series adaptation by Gonzo aired from October 2018 to March 2019.
On his first day of high school, sumo practitioner Hinomaru Ushio joins Odachi High's sumo club. Despite his short stature (professional sumo has a height requirement of 167 centimeters (5.5 feet)), Hinomaru aims to become the best in high school to force the professional sumo association to let him compete, and then reach the sport's highest rank of yokozuna. However, the club's captain and only other member, third year student Shinya Ozeki, informs him that delinquents have taken over their dojo.
Hinomaru challenges their leader and "strongest" student at the school, Yuma Gojo, to a fight to take back the dojo, and beats him with one hit. Humbled, Yuma also joins the sumo club after being dragged to a practice match by Hinomaru and seeing how strong the wrestlers are. They compete in a local three-man team tournament, but are knocked out by Ishigami High School.
In order to avoid having the club shut down, they recruit two more members during the two-day cultural festival; the national wrestling champion Chihiro Kunisaki, and the small, unathletic Kei Mitsuhashi.

Goblin Slayer Review


Goblin Slayer (Japanese: ゴブリンスレイヤー, Hepburn: Goburin Sureiyā) is a Japanese dark fantasy light novel series written by Kumo Kagyu and illustrated by Noboru Kannatsuki.
A manga adaptation by Kōsuke Kurose is serialized in the Monthly Big Gangan magazine, and a second adaptation by Masahiro Ikeno runs in the same magazine.
A prequel manga by Kento Eida runs in Young Gangan. Both the novels and the manga adaptations have been licensed by North American publisher Yen Press.
Three audio drama CDs have been released, bundled with the fourth, sixth, seventh, and eighth light novels.
An anime television series adaptation by White Fox aired from October 7 to December 30, 2018. An anime film, titled Goblin Slayer: Goblin's Crown, premiered on February 1, 2020.

Radiant Review


Radiant is a 2018 Japanese anime series based on French author Tony Valente's comic book series of the same name, which is published in Japan by Asukashinsha.
It follows the main protagonist, Seth, as he looks for the legendary Radiant in order to defeat creatures called Nemesis. The series is directed by Seiji Kishi and Daisei Fukuoka, and written by Makoto Uezu, with animation by studio Lerche.
Character designs for the series are produced by Nozomi Kawano, and Masato Koda is composing the series' music. The opening theme song is "Utopia" by 04 Limited Sazabys. The ending theme song is "Radiant" by Polkadot Stingray.
The 21-episode anime series aired on NHK Educational TV from October 6, 2018 to February 23, 2019. It is based on volumes 1 through 4 of the comic. The series is simulcast by Crunchyroll, with Funimation producing an English dub as it airs.
In the season finale, a 21-episode second season has been announced. It premiered on October 2, 2019. The second season's opening theme song is "Naraku" by Halo at Yojohan, while the ending theme song is "Chitto mo Shiranakatta" by Emi Nakamura.

Saint Seiya Saintia Shou Review


Saint Seiya: Saintia Shō (Japanese: 聖闘士星矢・セインティア翔, Hepburn: Seinto Seiya - Seintia Shō), or simply Saintia Shō (Japanese: セインティア翔, Hepburn: Seintia Shō), is a Japanese manga series written and illustrated by Chimaki Kuori, a spin-off of the classic Saint Seiya manga created, written and illustrated by Masami Kurumada. Saintia Shō started its serialization in Akita Shoten's Champion Red magazine in August 2013.
A 10-episode original net animation produced by Toei Animation and animated by Gonzo was broadcast from December 2018 to February 2019.
In North America, manga publisher Seven Seas Entertainment licensed the manga for an English-language release in 2017.

Pokemon Review


Pokémon, also known as Pocket Monsters in Japan, is a Japanese media franchise managed by The Pokémon Company, a company founded by Nintendo, Game Freak, and Creatures.
The franchise was created by Satoshi Tajiri in 1995, and is centered on fictional creatures called "Pokémon", which humans, known as Pokémon Trainers, catch and train to battle each other for sport. Works within the franchise are set in the Pokémon universe. The English slogan for the franchise is "Gotta Catch 'Em All".
The franchise began as Pocket Monsters Red and Green (later released outside of Japan as Pokémon Red and Blue), a pair of video games for the original Game Boy handheld system that were developed by Game Freak and published by Nintendo in February 1996. It soon became a media mix franchise adapted into various different media.
Pokémon has since become the highest-grossing media franchise of all time, with $90 billion in total franchise revenue. The original video game series is the second-best-selling video game franchise (behind Nintendo's Mario franchise) with more than 368 million copies sold and one billion mobile downloads, and it spawned a hit anime television series that has become the most successful video game adaptation with over 20 seasons and 1,000 episodes in 169 countries.
In addition, the Pokémon franchise includes the world's top-selling toy brand, the top-selling trading card game[18] with over 30.4 billion cards sold, an anime film series, a live-action film, books, manga comics, music, merchandise, and a theme park. The franchise is also represented in other Nintendo media, such as the Super Smash Bros. series, where various Pokemon characters are playable.