Welcome to another fun packed Feature Friday. Where every Friday I feature a Blogger, Post or Artwork, Youtuber/Video or every second Friday is Post-A-Rama Feature where I share in the community of articles I have read. I wish to share the happenings of the anime community with, fellow anime lovers, nerds, otaku’s.
Nearly towards the end of my blog a- thon only a few more days to go but shall we take a look at who’s are my features for this week 😀
The thing I love about anime is how most of the variety of shows out there, you’ll find yourself relating to many shows. A big part I feel when it comes to anime finding yourself relating to many characters so many, too many infact. It’s impossible to not get attached to any that end becoming special to you. After the recent podcast episode I did with my co host Shay ,I wanted to write up this post talking about anime characters I’ve felt so related to. All this relation comes from different aspects in my life, from personal experiences and attributes about myself, is why all these characters I’ll be talking about are a little bit extra special.
I couldn’t resit doing another one of these lists, I should just do every girl under the sun I can think of for both female and male characters. This will be special because it’s my favorite color ever. My list will be in no particular order as I love all these lovely ladies a lot.
Sakamoto Ryouta unemployed, lives wit his mother is obsessed with playing an online combat game called Btooom. His life is changed when he wakes up on this mysterious island, he has no clue how he got there or where he is. After encountering someone he called out for help, trying to kill him, Sakamoto realizes everything was happens like in the Btoom game. Now he must survive this real life Btooom game and figure out how he ended up there.
It’s awkward… middle of the night watching anime online and you feel like someone is there, watching you. Streaming anime online I want to say has evolved in the last few years with having Simulcast available now. For those who don’t know what that is, Simulcast means current airing anime in Japan will be streamed 1 hour after it’s aired in various other countries. Sometimes it can happen straight away but it’s made the newest airing anime more accessible than ever, which I think is great for people who like watching seasonal anime.