SayameYuna

An anime lover and a writer. Combine both, and you have someone who loves writing about anime. Other topics on my interest include the Japanese culture, and novels.

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Prince of Tennis: A Dream Team We Never Had (...yet)

Among all the sports anime produced by Japan, Prince of Tennis can perhaps be among those on top of it’s league when it comes to fanbase and story development.

Apart from the awesome tennis techniques it has introduced, characterization is also highly notable. Personalities are unique, making it easier for viewers to relate with any of the ones presented.

But with all the interesting teams and schools we’ve encountered so far, have you ever thought about what your dream team will look like in case you’re given the chance to pick any of the characters and include them in your own team?

Selection will be difficult if you only base it on the skills of the individuals, which is where you preference comes in. Is skill your primary criteria for the selection or will the looks also matter. How about leadership and attitude?

Put yourselves in the shoe of any coach and see who can bring your team on top. Will a group of power players be efficient or will those all-rounders land you a secure spot for the championships. Remember, you are the coach. Your players are your choice.

So get yourself ready. Trim down your options to the potential ones and get them on board! Here’s a potential team that might just be one of the best out there.

  • As someone who's played sports for years, tennis being one, I rarely put myself in the coach's shoes. Sounds like an interesting way to measure cause and effect. – tamarahwebb 7 years ago
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Attack on Titan Live Action Ditches off Levi! (..and more)

For an anime as popular as Attack on Titan (Shingeki no Kyoujin), it’s easy to see how a live adaptation is on the way.

Even months before it was officially aired in and out of Japan, the hype in various media platforms as regards to its live adaptation is superb. Avid anime fans start to search for its initial character list. Who will play our main guy, Eren? How about the badass Mikasa? Can someone carry out her role well?

But if there’s one important question about the film, it would have to be: Who is playing Levi ?- the one who is tagged by the manga and anime version as ‘humanity’s strongest’.

Yes, Eren is our main guy. He’s that person where this whole story seems to revolve around. His struggles, determination to fight, and willpower to survive is admirable – worthy of emulation at its best. But let’s face it. The few minutes when LEVI-HEICHOU first showed up was among the most unforgettable and thrilling scenes we’ve ever witnessed.

Thus, it’s only appropriate to expect something out of how the film creators would portray our corporal’s distinct role in the series. It’s something to get excited about.

Yet, we’re left wondering: Where did Levi-heichou go?

  • The film seems to have divided people so much online. I thought the trailer looked pretty impressive to be far, but I'm not sure how I'd get on with the changes made. – mattdoylemedia 7 years ago
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  • Right. The trailer's undeniably impressive. Well, it was the directors prerogative. Perhaps bringing to life the actual stuff that took place on the anime was that difficult. .. – SayameYuna 7 years ago
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  • Levi's one of my favorite characters! I hope they didn't really get rid of him. – Jordan 7 years ago
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Latest Comments

With all the badass battles and surprising revelations in the entire series, this thorough analysis on the aspect of ‘love’ in Naruto is a good break. Nice article!

Love in Masashi Kishimoto’s Naruto

Many times, what I love doing as means to relax becomes the same factor why I procrastinate. For instance, I like watching anime. It helps me come up with a new topic for my blog. But at the same time, I can’t seem to stop once I started watching the first few episodes. Before I know it, I’ve finished the whole series…Bad thing is, I get too tired to write after. #procrastination

Writing: The Real Reason You Procrastinate

Agree. Many animes on the slice of life category is a worthy watch. Try Barakamon!

Anime for Dummies: What Starters Should Watch

Watched all of the animes you have on your list except for Full Metal Alchemist (I should watch this next) and Chuunibyou. As to comedy, Ouran is one of the most unforgettable I think.

How about slice of Life?

Anime for Dummies: What Starters Should Watch