So far there's been less news in the anime community because most of the news about trailers, PVs has been already consumed since Spring Animes are already airing in Japan. Most of the blogs that I've encountered already started doing episodic anime reviews and on my case I don't do it since it spoils much of the fun. What I do is to watch a few episodes and write my first impressions as you can see in several of my posts, and when I complete the series I make my final review.As of today there's no specific topic to blog about and I'm still busy catching up some good animes so I decided to write a random post on what's going on my head.
For the past few days I've been watching Durara and it definitely caught my attention, probably this week I can start writing my anime review for the anime but for those who's lazy enough to read lengthy reviews then you can go straight watching the anime since I have a positive and happy experience watching the series.
I also got curious if the Dollars website which was featured in the anime does exist in reality and to my surprise I've found it alive and kicking with active users posting to it's boards. You can jump here for the dollars website and see for yourself that it's pretty much the same as you see on the anime.
Though the site is quite active I noticed there's only a few Filipinos who participate in the chatroom. One limitation of drrchat is you can only set a room with 10 participants. I think it could have been better if they set it to 20. The topics that are being discussed are mostly anime, I was hoping for mature discussions like current events or trends but I guess it's hard to replicate on what is seen on the anime.
My writing skills still sucks and I'm having a hard time synthesizing my ideas and put it up into beautiful words. If you notice what I write is pure nonsense right now and there's no direction. I just wonder when will my writing and english skills will improve. I guess there are really people which are born to be good in creating wonderful articles. Too bad, I'm not one of those.