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Category: Appreciation Station
The one-man-army lyricist [OWLS 2018 November “Thankful” Blog Tour]
Welcome (me) back to the Blog of Wonders! I know two months feel like an eternity for those of you who had actually waited and hoped that another post would have came out sooner after the last day of activity (before disappearing). I will be frank with you about the reason I'm appearing here again. … Continue reading The one-man-army lyricist [OWLS 2018 November “Thankful” Blog Tour]
Opportunity not missed!
Boy, this season has already gone on a huge roll with awesome titles one after another. I am however getting an equally great dose of 'fan service' since I'm that person who really loves the anime industry and all the jokes going around it. It is nothing new but I can only appreciate directors who … Continue reading Opportunity not missed!
Anime Audio CD Covers: They are visual delights
Welcome back to Appreciation Station! This time I would like to write a post about my appreciation for illustrators who work for covers which we often see on anime opening/ending EP's. Yes, these guys are methodically the same as those who do arts for DVD, Blu-Ray, Character Song Album, Drama CD and OST CD covers! … Continue reading Anime Audio CD Covers: They are visual delights
Appreciating Anisong composers and lyricists in general
Welcome back to my Appreciation Station! Today I'm letting out my passionate love for composers and lyricists that make up majority of songs used in anime openings and/or endings. What sold me on loving anime music is the composition complexity. Sure, they are very much fun to listen and sing along to, but have … Continue reading Appreciating Anisong composers and lyricists in general
Appreciating Takahashi Rie’s talent overload
There are voice actresses. There are voice actresses who can sing well. And then there are voice actresses who can sing in their characters. Welcome to Appreciation Station where I... show my appreciation for extraordinary talents and/or people who go many extra miles to make anything feel better than they could have been without. The … Continue reading Appreciating Takahashi Rie’s talent overload