My Lovely Grimms ❤
I hope you are enjoying your Friday! If you’re not I hope this post only makes it better. As you all know I have been theming my recent Flashback Fridays around our first OWLS Blog Tour, “Disruptors”. I’m slowly but surely getting towards the end but I’m confident you have all enjoyed the ride so far.
Today Taku from Anime Cafe Host will take you down memory lane to January 27, 2017 with his first OWLS post Kiznaiver, Where Change is Worth the Pain. Listen up Grimms this post is a must read! Even if you have never watched or heard of this series you will want to give this post a once over.
If you have watch the OWLS livestreams with Lita Kino, Pokeninja90, and myself than you will know that Taku has a bit of a reputation as the poet of the group. What I mean by that is he has a very elegant way of writing. So whether you have seen the show or not I promise you that you will be drawn into the post just through the use of words and description.
I highly recommend after you read this post you delve a bit more into Taku’s site. I assure you that this stylish way of writing only continues in the other posts written.
Well that’s all for me Grimms! Have a wonderful weekend and look forward to a review of My Hero Academia next week!
Chances are that if you were linked here from another blogger pal, then you might be new. To those first-timers, “Hi, I’m Takuto, welcome to my anime cafe!” As part of the OWLS blog tour’s first monthly topic, “Disruptors,” I decided to incorporate what would have been my standard Kiznaiver review into this discussion on peaceful protest. Something different to mix things up, right?
“To disrupt” has a negative denotation, but rather than looking at the verb in a negative light, we are going to use the verb in a positive way. It’s like the word “protest,” which has positive and negative connotations depending on the perspective of the person.
Disruptors: An individual or a group disturbing a system/set of social norms that they believe is destroying what is morally right.
I got this. Thanks Lyn for the prompt!
A brief discussion of the spring 2016 anime “Kiznaiver,” produced by…
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