Sure, perhaps it’s a bit late to be reviewing Fairy Tail since the manga ends in August but it’s basically gonna be good practice for me. Plus, rumor has it Mashima will do a second generation Fairy Tail manga.
So, latest chapter. Some serious shit is happening now. Anna seems to be a pretty awesome celestial wizard. It makes sense why Lucy is so awesome. Anyway, I keep wondering how long this play between the Pegasus ship and acnologia. My attention of course is more focused on what’s happening to Natsu, since last chapter, Zeref’s hand went through his chest. I still can’t get the tear filled look Natsu had when Zeref told him Markarov was dead! Gah!
Moving on…so Lucy rewrites the broken parts in Natsu’s book then Natsu gets back up on his feet. Of course I’m wohoo! Go Lucy! But it’s short lived on the last page of the chapter where Lucy looks frozen and not at all there anymore. Mashima really likes to keep us on our toes!
I may be biased since I adore this manga but I’ve enjoyed the pace of the chapters and all the twists and turns. Are you reading fairy tail? Share with me your impressions!
Below are a list of anime that are currently airing episodes that Cameron and I watch. I will start reviewing them starting on the next episode that airs or when the movie becomes available subtitled to watch. If you want my feedback on previous episodes, I’ll be posting them in a different section later. I also will post the list of manga I’m reading and will review as well.
Attack on Titan (sub)
My Hero Acadamia (dub)
Fairy Tail: Dragon Cry (sub and dub)
The Seven Deadly Sins
It’s not much but that’s what I got for now. I am currently binge watching Gintama and may decide to give my impressions of it later. I noticed on Crunchy Roll it hasn’t updated in a month but I do get alerts that the manga is updated every week.
If there’s any suggestions you have, please comment and don’t forget to subscribe!
My husband and I put our heads together and came up with a simple logo for our channel. I don’t have much of a sketch to show, but this is what I have so far. Cameron said it was important to keep it something simple and easy to draw. It’s just a rough sketch so it looks crappy now but it will look better once it’s finished!
Our journey is starting from the very bottom.
My husband is out of work pending back surgery so we’re living off my McDonald’s Crew Training salary of $11.10 an hour. It hasn’t been easy. We’ve been struggling and have had to rely on donations from our GofundMe campaign just to stay afloat.
However, setting this goal to visit and eventually live in Japan has helped us push through the struggle we’re dealing with financially. Yes, life is stressful right now but that goal keeps reminding me that it won’t always be this way, that we will be in Japan.
There’s many things that draw my husband and I to Japan and it’s not just anime and manga. We love their culture and how they live. They live in a “collective society”. Their way of life is how Cameron and I prefer to live. We love and respect their traditions and would never want to change it. We want to be part of it. We want to experience their culture. We want to live like they do.
Before moving there we have to visit first. I can’t just assume that I’ll love living in Japan when I haven’t even been there yet. That goal is set for five years from now. I’m going to document our journey to get out from the bottom and start saving money for our visit to Japan. The first thing that has to be done is my husband need’s to get his back surgery. I am planning to call his doctor tomorrow and get him an appointment for a consult. Only after his surgery can he really get back to work.
There is is a bit of good news though. My mom is sending us some supplies through boxed.com. She’s helped us quite a bit since my husband had to quit his job when his back went out. She’s also sending us a PC! It’s just a basic one, nothing fancy but it’s coming with a printer too so we can print out resumes! Also, my husband could try to find an online job he can do from home. I won’t get my hopes up though. Unfortunately there’s a lot of scam jobs out there.
Having a PC will also make it easier to update this blog.
That’s all I’ve got to say for today. I’ll post again when I find an extremely helpful video about Japan and their culture.