By: Casea Smith | @coffewithkrow We have recommended many panels that explain the benefits of graphic novels being used as an educational tool for children. This panel seems like it will be just the same, however, I feel that it has an interesting perspective as it comes from the creators themselves. They explain the process of taking books worthy of research and condensing it into … Continue reading Recommended Watch: “Show Me History: How To Create A Successful Nonfiction Graphic Series”￼
By: Casea Smith | @coffeewithkrow On one fateful Thursday, Nintendo dropped a Direct that sparked many conversations. From the teaser-hailing Brewster’s return to the Animal Crossing franchise, to the announcement of the Mario movie cast, there was a lot to behold (and meme, for that matter). However, one thing that made my jaw drop was the news of Chocobo GP. What a wild card that … Continue reading Chocobo GP And The Nostalgia That Comes With It
By: Casea Smith | @coffeewithkrow There I was, casually perusing Crunchyroll looking for anime to watch (as one does). Merrily, I read descriptions, judged cover art, and made my assessments. When I was suddenly struck with waves of confusion as I was distracted for I couldn’t find the “Add To Watchlist” button. “What was so distracting?” You conveniently ask. Well! It was an option I … Continue reading “Crunchylist”?!?!
By: Casea Smith | @coffeewithkrow I must confess, I don’t believe in the three episode rule so many seem to follow amongst the anime community. I just don’t think it always requires more than an episode or two in order to feel compelled to watch an entire series. However, in the case of watching Arté, even when I was committed to giving it a solid … Continue reading Arté (Review)
By: Casea Smith | @coffeewithkrow There was a teaser release announcing that there will be more information in October about Brewster’s return to Animal Crossing New Horizons. If you have been keeping up with all of the data mining news that has been coming out for the past couple of months, this comes as no surprise to you. If you’re like me, this news comes as … Continue reading Brewster Is Coming To New Horizons!
Credit: Casea Smith | @coffeewithkrow START: 12:15 PM END: 12:30 PM (PDT) | 3 July 2021 | CHANNEL: 2 Panel Description: We are LA-based licensing and publishing company, Sekai Project! We’ll talk about the current state of visual novels in the West including information on upcoming releases and much more! “Slobbish Dragon Princess 2″ Trailer: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4QZIRjXi2W8&feature=youtu.be&ab_channel=SekaiProject Developer Whirlpool Platform: Steam Genre: Adventure/Visual novel “Qualia the Path … Continue reading Anime Expo Lite 2021 – VISUAL NOVELS WITH SEKAI PROJECT – Notes!
By: Casea Smith | @coffeewithkrow Video games can be stressful, especially when you’re looking for a more casual experience. In a sea of First-Person Shooters and games catering more towards competitive PVP, it feels like your options are far and few between. Of course there’s the popular suggestions of Stardew Valley and Animal Crossing—and they are wonderful games—but what if you want something different? Well, … Continue reading Recommended Watch: Wholesome Direct – Indie Game Showcase 6.12.2021
3:30 PM – 4:00 PM (PDT) | Friday 4 September 2020 – 5:30 pm to 6 pm central Panel Description: GKIDS, New York-based producer and distributor of award-winning, international animation, including Makoto Shinkai’s WEATHERING WITH YOU and Studio TRIGGER’S PROMARE, discusses their upcoming titles and shares insights on film distribution for feature animation in a changing world. Featuring: Dave Jesteadt, Erica Chon, Chance Huskey | … Continue reading Crunchyroll Expo 2020 – GKIDS INDUSTRY PANEL – Notes!
By: Casea Mhtar | @madamekrow Mature Content Warning: This post contains content that we at The Anime View do not think is suitable for everyone. The genre of the work being reviewed is Horror. Possible triggers or subjects could include severe mental illness and suicide. By clicking “Keep Reading,” you understand that you may encounter such content. Viewer/reader discretion is advised. Do you feel the … Continue reading My Interpretation of Blackbird by Junji Ito
By: Casea Mhtar | @madamekrow As a fan of Mahou Shoujo, I’ve had my eye on the longstanding Pretty Cure series for quite a while. However, I couldn’t jump into this colorful franchise because it was only available on illegal streaming services. As a Neutral Good, that doesn’t sit well with me. My only other option would be Glitter Force on Netflix, for which I have heard many complaints … Continue reading First Impressions: Kirakira Pretty Cure a la Mode