anonymous asked:

whats mob psycho 100? why does mob look like a melting danny fenton?

(LMAO because he has no physical strength whatsoever.)

Mob Psycho 100 is an anime that’s airing this season. (It has great animation too. Here’s a preview.) It’s from the same creator as One Punch Man but it’s definitely not similar story wise. From the synopsis and opm, I thought Mob was going to be a psychic Saitama with a bowl cut, but I couldn’t have been more wrong in my life. It’s definitely got ONE’s sense of humor that’s for sure, but it’s also surprisingly emotionally riveting. I just read 67 chapters of the manga and I have been crying so much. 

Mob’s an extremely powerful esper but his strength is determined by his emotional state which is monitored to the viewer as a percentage. So daily stresses might make him go up to 22% stress. An extreme scenario where he hits 100% and he quite literally explodes in a sense.

This emotion can be something like anger or even sadness. Due to this, Mob actually suppresses his emotions all the time because he doesn’t want to hurt anyone. He doesn’t like violence at all. But he keeps everything bottled up until it blows to 100%. What really struck a cord with me in the beginning chapters is when Mob asks Reigen what happens when someone passes out. Because when Mob passes out, he goes into ???% mode and the guilt affects him a lot.

And also he is just the most precious child please look at him.

So tldr; I thought this was gonna be One Punch Man but with psychics but instead I got the importance of mental health, the consequences of bottling up emotions, not to let verbal abuse affect me, how morals aren’t strictly black or white, and to stay true to myself no matter what happens.

Summer con season is over for me, but that doesn’t mean you still can’t pick up some prints!

If you missed me at Fanime or Anime Expo this year, you can still pick up my new 11"x17" prints over at my online store, which includes the restock of D.Va and Mercy prints.

You can purchase them here:

Thank you for the support!

►►DreamWorks Dragons S5E12


Air Date : June 24th, 2016
Season Number : 5
Episode Number : 12
Episode Name : Last Auction Heroes
Networks : Cartoon Network, Netflix
Genres : Animation, Action & Adventure, Sci-Fi & Fantasy, Comedy

Snotlout is sent on an undercover mission to Viggo’s dragon auction as part of a plan to rescue the dragons and stop Viggo from getting richer.

Zack Pearlman, T.J. Miller, America Ferrera, Christopher Mintz-Plasse, Jay Baruchel

►►Elena of Avalor Season 1 : First Day of Rule


Air Date : July 23rd, 2016
Season Number : 1
Episode Number : 1
Episode Name : First Day of Rule
Networks : Disney Channel (US)
Genres : Animation

On the day Elena officially becomes Crown Princess, she must rescue her sister Isabel from aboard a missing ship.

Chris Parnell, Julia Vera, Christian Lanz, Jaime Camil, Lou Diamond Phillips, Constance Marie, Echo Kellum, Justina Machado, Lucas Grabeel, Joe Nunez, Carlos Alazraqui, Yvette Nicole Brown, Emiliano Díez, Jenna Ortega, Rich Sommer, Aimee Carrero, Keith Ferguson, Jorge Diaz

Hey! I’m sort of cleaning up everything around my house in preparation for moving to college, and I decided to do the same on here. As a result, I’ll be unfollowing some blogs and would like to follow ones that better apply to what I like now. Please like/reblog if you post a lot of:

-Pokemon (esp Sun and Moon info)
-Legend of Zelda
-Harvest Moon / Story of Seasons
-Miraculous Ladybug
-Orange by Takano Ichigo
-Gravity Falls
-Animal Crossing
-Avatar: the Last Airbender / Legend of Korra
-Black Butler
-Video games stuff in general
-Anime / Manga (retro anime like Cowboy Bebop, NGE, and Sailor Moon + newer shoujo manga)
-K-pop (BTS & GOT7 mostly)
-Art (original or fanart)
-Aesthetic stuff

I’ll be checking out people who interact with this post for the next week (until 7/23)!

A Timeline of Best Wishes through Deerling

Deerling and its evolved form Sawsbuck change their appearance based on the season. In the games, the “season” changes every month so players can experience all four forms relatively quickly. For example, June will show Summer Deerling, July will show Autumn Deerling, and August will show Winter Deerling. 

I believe this mechanism only applies to the games, for the sake of playability. In the anime I think Deerling and Sawsbuck follow the real seasons, and therefore stay in Summer Form from June to August. Using this theory, we can make a loose timeline for the Best Wishes series! 

Deerling first appears in BW001 - the very first episode! Here it is in its Spring Form. We meet Burgundy’s Sawsbuck a few episodes later in BW019, and its also in its Spring Form. In fact, with the exception of the Victini movie and the special “Four Seasons” episode, Deerling and Sawsbuck were consistently shown in their Spring Form until BW055. 

At that point, Deerling switched to its Summer Form. And for the remainder of the Best Wishes series, Deerling and Sawsbuck were shown in their summer form. The last time we see a Deerling is BW137, just 5 episodes before the end of the series (see below). Still in its Summer Form!

The Deerling and Sawsbuck timeline tells us a lot about the series. First, it tells us that Ash traveled Unova and the Declora Islands in the span of 6 months at most (Spring and Summer combined). It also tells us that the Unova League occurs in the summer (Summer Sawsbuck was seen at the Junior Cup, which occurred just a few episodes before the Unova League). 

By extension, this means that Ash finished Sinnoh in spring, and started Kalos in late summer/fall. This actually fits into my personal headcanon that the Kanto, Johto, Hoenn and Sinnoh leagues are held in spring, while Unova and Kalos are held at different times!

In the end this is just a theory, but one I definitely believe! Unova is one of the smaller regions, so it makes sense to me that Ash could travel it in 6 months. It also explains how he got all his badges so fast! ;)

Spring Anime Final Impressions

Now that I’m back from the dead and only my detestable part-time job keeping me from being a NEET, I can finally go back to do the shit I opened this log for: rant about anime! Spring season is over and there was so much variety and so many good shows that, after a certain cutoff point, it became difficult to ascertain my top picks for the quarter. So here are my summarized last impressions for this season, as usual, from worst to best (The top two are pretty much a tie, so don’t pay the order there much mind). I’m not mentioning the half-dozen shows I dropped because I already addressed that in this post

It must be noted that I’m extremely gullible, so if a show had a lot of flaws along the way but nailed a perfect ending, I’m probably gonna rate it higher than it should. Meanwhile, if a show that was great through most of its run craps the landing, I’m gonna be harsher with it than it probably deserves

Mayoiga/The Lost Village. To be honest I don’t even have words to describe this. I couldn’t even begin to explain all that was wrong with this show. Nonsensical direction, plot and characterization might be an apt way to put it. To make things worse, the last couple of episodes dropped all of the hilarity of earlier moments (nothing will ever top the silicone boob monster), to focus in the two most boring characters out of the entire cast, with an amazingly stupid underlying “message” about “psychological scars”. It’s sincerely baffling that there are people who think this mess was being “bad on purpose”. And the most frustrating part of it all is that not a single person died. At least Another had the component of ridiculous over the top death scenes that had me laughing all the way through. Lost Village didn’t even deliver on that front. Might be worth the watch just to amaze yourself in how such a thing even came to happen. I also can’t believe that not a single person died because I was so ready to see all these despicable people meet a bloody end. Rated 0/10. It failed in everything it attempted to do and the final episodes weren’t even so-bad-is-funny which was criminal in and of itself.

Originally posted by relife-project

Super Lovers: This shit ended so long ago I hardly remember it. It’s horrible and gross and I can’t believe it’s getting a second season when Love Stage isn’t. Agh. As the weeks went by it just got more and more gross with worse and worse grooming undertones. But, to be honest, I might have been able to deal with all of that if the romantic drama was even the slightest bit compelling, and it’s not. At least Junjou Romantica (which y’all know I despise) has the latent conflict of having to tell Misaki’s brother about their relationship. Here everyone sees Haru and Ren kissing, sleeping together and even borderline humping and everyone’s a-ok with that. Not only is that very creepy but makes for very boring storytelling. There are no stakes, no tension and no drama whatsoever. And I’m still gonna watch S2 for the pleasure of trashing it. Rated 0.5/10 and I’m being lenient here because the dog is cute.

Originally posted by milky-holmes

Sailor Moon Crystal III:  Chibiusa’s friendship with Hotaru was well-developed (except at the finale) and the first set of OP/ED was great. That’s about the only good things I can say about it as a whole. But the rest, well, poop painted in gold is still poop. Even with better designs and slightly better animation, the story was as flat and childishly stupid, full of plotholes and contrivances, and the character development was nonexistent. The entire season is about how Usagi is a perfect queen and everyone loves her and she can do no wrong. Character relationships are paper thin, nothing in the entire series has sold me on why the senshis are such good friends. And the very beloved HarukaxMichiru pair that I was excited to meet for the first time didn’t even exist. I still struggle to figure out what made this shallow and badly-written series an all-time classic.  Rated 2/10

Originally posted by mlchirukaioh

Kiznaiver: I have conflicting thoughts on this show. The premise on which it rests is incredibly stupid, and not in a good way. The show acts like it’s being deep and clever, but when the whole exposition happens, I was left scratching my head because the writers were obviously challenging my suspension of disbelief. I didn’t care about the characters either. I kind of liked Tenga because his design was very appealing to me, he looked mighty handsome when he smiled at Chidori at the end, but that’s about it. And I’m probably gonna get stoned for this but I really disliked Nico. Her crush on Tenga came completely out of left field and her character was overall annoying. The only moment I liked her was when she said she didn’t care about Noriko because those were my thoughts exactly. The first half of the show was absolutely a drag, entirely boring and unengaging. All that being said, the visual execution of the show is top notch, the director is clearly very talented. The scenes at the bridge with Katsuhira and Noriko were stunning. And it hit some great emotional notes in the second half, even if I couldn’t get behind on what drove the characters to those emotions. I’m a big sucker for pining, so the scene of everyone screaming under the rain hit my buttons just right. But everything else about was just so… ugh. The teachers were insufferable. The kids were insufferable. The premise was insufferable. And there’s just a lot it does wrong for me to even think of recommending it to anyone. So it’ll just have to stick to a mediocre lower-middle spot. And it’s sad because it could’ve done great things. Maybe next time, TRIGGER. Rated 5/10

Originally posted by taitetsu

Kotetsujo no Kabaneri: This is the reason we didn’t get more Attack on Titan this year (even though we were supposed to). And that’s fine I guess. It was a fun and exciting show for the most part, with great action scenes and gorgeous designs. It kind of went off the rails in the middle section, but it recovered in time for a bombastic finale, so almost all of its shit is forbidden. I mean, don’t go in expecting your life will change, but it’s a perfectly acceptable piece of entertainment. And Ayame’s character really grew into her role instead of devolving like I’d feared she’d do, which was great. Oh, Mumei also flings Ikoma like a sack of potatoes back into the train and it’s hilarious. 7/10. Could be a little higher, but yeah, that middle portion was baaaad.

Originally posted by kurokite

Joker Game: This is another one of those shows that I don’t know what to make of. I think I liked the concept of it more than I liked the actual show, mostly because the final episode was so terribly underwhelming and with that gross, unnecessary sexist remark at the end. This is probably the one show that doesn’t benefit from how much a series’s ending influences my opinion of it as a whole. If they had capped off the show with an introspection into Yuuki’s character this could’ve gone way up higher, but it didn’t. I doubt I’ll remember this show a month from now because it didn’t give me anything to chew on character-wise, which is a shame because it had so much potential. Oh well. Rated 7.5/10

Originally posted by danz99

Shonen Maid: This show was way more adorable than it had any right to be, with a loveable cast and predictable, yet funny storylines. It took a premise that could’ve made it a rival for Super Lovers in the creepy department and made something cute and sweet. I’m partial to family stories, so this one worked pretty great for me.  But the last couple of episodes teased the possibility of predictably heart-wrenching melodrama and then decided to cop-out. The final two episodes were actually rather boring in comparison to the rest of the show. I was also thrown off and annoyed by the last minute introduction of a girl that I suppose is meant to be a love interest for Chihiro. Not only was her introduction to the series clumsy –nothing like the well-handled introductions of the other cast members-, but she brought nothing to the two episodes she was in, and was more of a background character. Also, if anyone’s gonna be a love interest for Chihiro it should be Hino because their level of mutual understanding is wonderful. 8/10

Originally posted by relife-project

Flying Witch: Honestly these three shows stand relatively equal to me in terms of enjoyment. I’m putting Flying Witch in the middle because I got a little less magic than I had hoped for, but it had an absolutely beautiful ending. The last two episodes showed us how lovely and magical this show could be, so in comparison it’s kind of sad that the rest of the show was borderline pedestrian as far as supernatural stuff. But the show accomplished what it set itself to do while delivering a loveable cast and a pleasant atmosphere, and it’s definitely a stand-out in the slice-of-life genre. Rated 8/10

Tanaka-kun wa itsumo kedaruge: I caught on to this show sometime mid-season due to all the positive responses it had. It was definitely worth checking it out. Like Flying Witch, it is perhaps too slow and quiet, but in Tanaka-kun’s case, that is kind of the point. Like all the others in this section, it has a loveable cast, with all the characters working quite well as a group. One could say Tanaka is the polar opposite of Sakamoto, in that we’re always waiting to see how far Tanaka is willing to go for the sake of his own laziness. I wasn’t a big fan of how much the last episode focused on teasing Tanaka about his nonexistent relationship with Shiraishi (people who won’t take “I don’t have a girlfriend” for an answer irk me to no end), but it led us to a very sweet realization from Tanaka himself about how he’s come to enjoy his friends’ company. Rated 8/10. Continuing in the sacred tradition of Seki-kun and Nozaki-kun, Tanaka-kun joins the list of unusual school comedies with unusual leads that are way more fun than they’ve any right to be.

Originally posted by satomichi

Bungou Stray Dogs: This is a hard show to rate because I had very high expectations for it, but it turned out to be something completely different from what I wanted, as I have mentioned before. It’s not that the thing it did turn out to be is bad, but it’s not what I wanted from it. In spite of that it still managed to be fun and the character work they did was great. I came to really love the cast. The last confrontation was really cool, especially with Mori Ogai pushing Atsushi forward, that was very interesting. I could’ve used a bit more Akiko Yosano because she’s the true boss of this season and I loved her, but I’ll be looking forward to season 2.  Rated 8.5/10

Originally posted by ttoorus

Sakamoto desu ga?! This was definitely the stand out comedy of the season, with a unique take on the old high school anime setting and a protagonist that was perfectly able to carry the whole show in spite of its irregular production values. It’s not without its faults, and there are a handful of episodes where the jokes just don’t land, but its overall a lot of laughs and over-the-top fun. There’s not much else to say about this anime Mary Poppins other than I’m glad the show addressed Acchan’s huge gay crush on Sakamoto :D 9/10

Originally posted by kanekx

Assassination Classroom: That was a dang ballsy ending and I applaud Matsui for it! Lesser mangaka would’ve gone the cop-out route –it even seemed like he was gonna do that at some point-. This second season had its ups and downs, it had great stories and rushed plot points, but the finale earns it a high place in my book. This is truly a unique series –especially for Shonen Jump- with a message about growing up, finding your own talent, and how important a teacher can be, that it’s not  a job to be taken lightly. Even though a part of me was slightly hoping for the cop-out ending, but I’m also glad they didn’t go that way and preserved the wonderfully executed emotional climax. 9/10

Originally posted by okappo

Concrete Revolutio: Anime that takes a spin on historical characters or periods is the stuff my dreams are made of, and I’m not exaggerating. Even though it had a shakey start and could’ve used more episodes to really establish all of its ideas, ConRevo was a creative and smart take on the 60s in Japan. It might have lacked a little in character development, but it still told a complete story that’s different from everything else that’s out there, with a unique visual concept and maybe a thing or two to say about Japan’s politics. This is certainly a show I’d like to binge (once I know more about the period, my specialty is 30s Japan!) eventually to really grasp the story in its full Rated 9/10

Originally posted by clark-bot

Macross Delta: I wasn’t very impressed with the first episode but boy has this show grown on me. Probably 90% of that is that Mikumo is my new waifu and queen of the world. I wasn’t big on the idea of an idol unit instead of a solo singer (stop it with the idols Japan, that industry is horrible), but I’ve come to like Walküre. Though I wouldn’t mind if they wrote out the Reina and Makina because they don’t really add anything vocally to the group or plot-wise to the series (also Makina’s godawful nicknames need to die. I fucking hate every time she speaks and calls someone by one of those dead stupid nicknames uuuugggh). Anyway, they’ve made an interesting story for this series and it’s one of the shows I most look forward to every week. The emotional peaks in episode 11 were absolutely beautiful. And the songs are pretty good in general, which is kinda important for a Macross show y’all 9.5/10

Originally posted by takasquid

Ushio to Tora: Y’all know I’ve had an up-and-down relationship with Ushio to Tora. The first half-a-dozen monster of the week episodes bored me to tears, but once the plot picked up it got better and better. This final cour started on a rocky path too, rushing through plot points and character development (Nagare’s bit is still pretty damn bad in hindsight). But the second half and the final battle against Hakumen were absolutely among the best shit the shonen genre has to offer. Everything since Ushio’s reunion with his mom hit the perfect emotional beats to make for a great story and the Hakumen no Mono was one of the most memorable shonen villains I’ve seen. The final battle was hands down amazingly cool and emotional. Yes, the show could’ve been executed better, but what it accomplished was so great I’m willing to overlook most of its earlier flaws  Rated 9.5/10

Boku no Hero Academia : If it wasn’t evident at this point, I’m a complete sucker for shonen anime, and one that is so well executed makes my soul sing. Fans of the manga have complained about the slow pace but to be honest, with one exception, I never felt that the pace was slow. The characters are endearing, Deku is the type of shonen protagonist that I love, and I’m eager for new seasons to get to know the rest of the cast better. They did a good job in showing us at least a little bit from most of the kids in Deku’s class, so I was very satisfied with that. The animation was stunning and every episode reached moments of wonderful emotional peaks which had me on the verge of tears. And I love All Might. I’m so excited for S2 and I might pick up the manga too. 10/10

Originally posted by desubringer

Jojo’s Bizarre Adventure: Diamond is Unbreakable: This show is so fun. I love how much David Production loves this franchise, and how palpable their passion for the material is with the wonderful animation and direction, the lively colors, the great pacing. I’m way more engaged in Josuke and his crazy bizarre pals than I was with Jotaro’s crew, and I loved that crew. That they ended the quarter with the very emotional reunion with Joseph, who is my favorite Jojo. They’re doing a very good job in portraying Josuke’s inner conflict about resenting his father while also wanting to get close to him. Now that the bow and arrow have been captured, I do have to wonder what they’ll be doing for the next 25 episodes, but I’m absolutely willing to tag along 10/10

Originally posted by uchihaclan27

You’ll note that I didn’t mention Sinbad no Bouken. The reason for that is that, along with how busy I became with my dissertation (I can’t believe it’s finally over), the fansubs were taking a while to come out and I lost track of it. Since it’s coming to Netflix I’ll binge it when it shows up.

So that was spring! What were y’all’s favorite shows? Are you among the crazy people that claim Mayoiga was intentional comedy? Team Freyja or Team Mirage? Let me know which shows you liked/hated and if I missed out on anything that I should check out from the season. And stay tuned for my summer lineup, it’s a crazy busy season y’all!

Hello, Boueibu fandom! In anticipation of the S2 premiere tomorrow, I felt like putting together a little survey to help new fandom friends bond and connect with each other on here^^ Some are questions personal and others are about the show! (note: when it says something like favourite character/OTP/episode, it means from Boueibu!) Hopefully itll be fun to fill out, reblog with your answers and you don’t have to be tagged to do it! Enjoy, magical friends! ~Radiant G


1. My name/alias is…
2. My age is…
3. My favourite colour is…
4. My favourite character is…
5. My OTP is…
6. My favourite episode is…
7. Battle Lover, Conquest Club or Press Society?
8. If I were a Magical Boy/Girl/Person/Kin, my element would be…
9. The person closest to me in the boueibu fandom is… (Tag them!)
10. If I could have any boueibu fanart i wanted drawn for me, i would want…
11. In Season 2 I hope…
12. I want _______ to take this survey! (Tag as many people as you want!)

#MagicBoyHypeTrain || Final Post :D

PS: Example/My survey under the cut!

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►►Handa-kun S1E2 : Episode 2


Air Date : July 8th, 2016
Season Number : 1
Episode Number : 2
Episode Name : Episode 2
Networks : CBC Television, TBS, BS-TBS, MBS
Genres : Animation, Comedy

Set six years prior to the events of Barakamon, detailing the life of Seishuu Handa as a high school student—and a very interesting life it is. In Handa-kun, Seishuu Handa is admired by his peers as a calligraphy genius and given the utmost respect, but Handa-kun himself is under the mistaken impression that the deference and attention he receives from the other students is actually bullying. Handa just wants to live a quiet life, but hilarity ensues as one character after another challenges his position as the school idol, and somehow comes away as a fan all while Handa is horrified and clueless.

Nobunaga Shimazaki, Yuuya Hirose, Kazuyuki Okitsu, Tetsuya Kakihara, Daiki Yamashita

►►Puella Magi Madoka Magica [S1E11]


Air Date : January 7th, 2011
Season Number : 1
Episode Number : 11
Episode Name : The Final Sign Left
Networks : Tokyo Broadcasting System Television
Genres : Sci-Fi & Fantasy, Drama, Animation, Mystery, Drama

Kyubey reveals to Homura that the reason Madoka has the potential to become such a powerful witch is because of Homura’s constant trips through time. After Sayaka’s funeral, Kyubey shows Madoka the history of the Puella Magi, and how it has shaped civilization, causing Madoka to become extremely distressed. Meanwhile, Madoka’s mother, Junko, is concerned about Madoka, feeling she is hiding something from her. Later, Madoka goes to see Homura, who reassures her that she can handle the Walpurgisnacht, and finally reveals the truth about herself, begging Madoka to let her protect her. As a storm hits the city, and the citizens take shelter, Homura stands alone to face the Walpurgisnacht, throwing everything she has at it, but even so she is still overwhelmed and eventually is all but defeated. When Madoka hears from Kyubey that Homura may turn into a witch if she loses her hope of saving her, Madoka prepares to go and find her. Junko tries to stop her, but Madoka convinces her to let her go. As Homura begins to lose hope, and is on the verge of becoming a witch, Madoka and Kyubey arrive. -Wikipedia

Seiko Yoshida, Ryōko Shintani, Tetsuya Iwanaga, Ai Nonaka, Emiri Kato, Junko Iwao, Kaori Mizuhashi, Chiwa Saito, Kaori Mizuhashi, Yūko Gotō, Eri Kitamura, Aoi Yuki

►►91 Days S1E1 : Night of the Murder


Air Date : July 9th, 2016
Season Number : 1
Episode Number : 1
Episode Name : Night of the Murder
Networks : CBC Television, TBS, BS-TBS, MBS
Genres : Crime, Animation, Drama, Mystery

During Prohibition, the law held no power and the mafia ruled the town.  The story takes place in Lawless, a town thriving on black market sales of illicitly brewed liquor. Avilio returns to Lawless after some time away, following the murder of his family in a mafia dispute there.  One day, Avilio receives a letter from a mysterious sender, prompting him to return to Lawless for revenge. He then infiltrates the Vanetti family, the ones responsible for his family’s murder, and sets about befriending the don’s son, Nero, to set his vengeance in motion.  Killing brings more killing, and revenge spawns more revenge. How will the 91-day story of these men guided by a tragic fate end?  (Source: Crunchyroll)

Takuya Eguchi, Takahiro Sakurai, Kondou Takashi, Kazuhiro Yamaji