12 Days of Anime Ideas

Hey Folks, I plan on doing 12 days of Anime again this year, but I don't plan on doing it the traditional way which is to pic one moment from anime that your watched this year and write about it, one for each of the 12 days as the format did not seem all that popular last year. Instead I plan on just doing 12 daily anime related posts between december 13th and December 24th. I will limit reviews to anime from this year, but I would like some idea both of what anime you'd like me to review and addition topics you'd like to discuss. So leave your suggestion in the comments below.

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5 Responses to 12 Days of Anime Ideas

  1. At this time of year, I am looking for gifts for family (including nieces and nephews) for this reason, I am recommending “A little snow fairy sugar.” it’s a sweet story about “Season Fairies” who create and control the weather using special musical instruments.

  2. The Atomic Punk

    I don’t watch a lot of anime except for what’s on Adult Swim (Cartoon Network).

    Interested in getting a Crunchyroll account. Anyone use it? Is Crunchyroll worth it? I pay for Netflix but never use it. Netflix is horrible for anime, anyway.

  3. The Atomic Punk:
    I don’t watch a lot of anime except for what’s on Adult Swim (Cartoon Network).

    Interested in getting a Crunchyroll account.Anyone use it?Is Crunchyroll worth it?I pay for Netflix but never use it.Netflix is horrible for anime, anyway.

    I watch most of my anime on Crunchyroll. I’d say about 60% or better of all new anime titles are licensed by Crunchyroll and air the same day that they do in Japan. They also have a large library of older anime also. In additional to that they recently entered into a deal with Funimation to share licensee with each other so some stuff that used to be available only through funimation will now be on Crunchyroll and vise versa. I admit if there is something I want to watch and can’t find it on either crunchyroll or hulu ( hulu as been disappointing this entire year in regards to new content ) I often resort to watching it on Kissanime.

  4. keric:
    At this time of year, I am looking for gifts for family (including nieces and nephews) for this reason, I am recommending “A little snow fairy sugar.” it’s a sweet story about “Season Fairies” who create and control the weather using special musical instruments.

    Well I won’t do a review of a “A Little Snow Fair Sugar” during this event since review wise I only plan on doing 2016 anime and Sugar came out in 2001 but your suggestion has given me an idea on doing a Anime Gift giving guide type post.

  5. no more suggestions? I’ll see what I can come up with on my own then!