860BC – 530BC You might be relieved to know that I’ve moved on to a country that has nothing to do with any form of modern religion and therefore no sources from the Bible, to which I say firstly, aww, those are some of my favourite sources to look through and secondly, hurrah, we get…… Continue reading History Of A Nation: Urartu
My last anime post was about Mirai Nikki (and yes I’ll continue to call it by the Japanese name as it flows way better to my ears) and so will this one be, as I’ve just finished it and it wasn’t 6 years ago that it came out and all new conversation certainly isn’t irrelevant.…… Continue reading Mirai Nikki: Did its flaws ruin it?
931 BC – 586 BC I would call this and the last country I covered rather similar, to the chagrin of the author of Kings who would probably tell me that the Lord is going to blast me from the sky, although he was certainly not above ragging on Judea, the smaller and more compact…… Continue reading History Of A Nation: Kingdom of Judah
Recently I have been making my way through Mirai Nikki and rather enjoying myself in this admittedly imperfect but fun bastard lovechild of Death Note and Fate/Zero (airing at the same time as F/Z but apparently being more popular). The reason? I saw it in the top 10, at 9th, of the MyAnimeList popularity chart…… Continue reading Mirai Nikki & Fleeting Popularity
Well, the obvious thing to say is thank god that Wit have immediately gone ahead and announced a season 3 for Attack On Titan without any waiting or messing us around, no special events a month later, just a announcement that will surely keep the hype train going into next year. Because of this, I…… Continue reading Attack On Titan S2 – Scream (Finale Episode Review)
930 BC – 720 BC The exciting real world developments in the past few weeks have led to a lack of history posts but it’s in my Twitter handle so I’m not giving it up just yet. Or ever. I love this. I really do. And so I’m going to go to a nation that…… Continue reading History Of A Nation: Samaria (Northern Kingdom Of Israel)
If you haven’t already been converted to one of the most underrated anime this season, and yes, I’ve actually picked up a couple of them now after Attack On Titan, KADO: The Right Answer is definitely worth your time, and I suggest you go watch it before reading the rest of this post. I’ve been…… Continue reading KADO: The Right Hard-Sci-Fi