We all have preferences and opinions on our favorite films, TV shows, anime, books and more. However, oftentimes, we will come across a divide. There are times when we will love a story that others despise, while other times, we may wonder why people seem to love a show that just doesn’t seem that good.Continue reading “What Makes a Story Good?”
Tag Archives: Manga
Dissociative Identity Disorder, and Finding One’s “True Self”: Boku wa Mari no Naka
Having multiple personalities can be a lot stranger then one might initially believe. Boku wa Mari no Naha is a strange manga–definitely the strangest I’ve read in a long while. But that doesn’t make it bad at all, of course not. On the contrary, it’s one of the most fascinating stories I’ve experienced as ofContinue reading “Dissociative Identity Disorder, and Finding One’s “True Self”: Boku wa Mari no Naka”
Crafting The Perfect Story: The Three Elements of Storytelling
Everyone looks at stories differently. It’s why people have differing opinions when it comes to stories that we enjoy. Some of us like anime, manga, or other similar Japanese stories. Others enjoy the attachment of watching actors on the big screen, or experiencing stories first-hand through a video game. Stories are universal, but as weContinue reading “Crafting The Perfect Story: The Three Elements of Storytelling”
Reading Between Manga Review: Boku Wa Mari No Naka
Reading manga is an interesting journey. I don’t know what it is, but every interesting manga I hear about tends to be one that’s psychologically, thematically, and ethically…weird, to say the least. I’ve actually made a list of such strange stories in manga, for the simple reason that they’re so, so common. And, with BokuContinue reading “Reading Between Manga Review: Boku Wa Mari No Naka”
Small Update: A Watchlist, Improvement, and Summer Blogging!
Well, simply put, I’m going to be replacing quantity, with quality.
My Top Ten Favorite Stories: #1
Here we are, my favorite story of all time. Let’s go. So, up to this point, there’s been a variety of stories that I could call my favorites. They, at least in my eyes, are some of the best stories of their respective mediums, and have all influenced how I view, and judge stories evenContinue reading “My Top Ten Favorite Stories: #1”
100 Posts: Why I Write, And Moving Forward
Holy shit. Hey guys, Aaron here, and well, this is the 100th article, or post, on Reading Between. I just wanted to talk a bit, reflect, on why, and how, exactly I started this blog, and what I want to do in the future regarding it.
Mob Psycho 100: A Psychosocial Look at Shigeo Kageyama
Mob Psycho 100 is a fun series. Centered around the story of Shigeo Kageyama, aka Mob, the overpowered psychic youth who just wants to live his life, Mob Psycho 100 wows its audience in multiple ways. Animation-wise, it’s fantastic, conceptually, it is intriguing, and its characters are engaging and fun. That being said, our mainContinue reading “Mob Psycho 100: A Psychosocial Look at Shigeo Kageyama”
Reading Between Reviews: Attack on Titan Season 1!
Dude. Attack on Titan, Season 2, drops in four days. WHAT THE HECK. That in mind, I’d like to take a look back at the season that kicked the series off, as one of the most popular mainstream anime in recent memory. A thrill ride from start to finish, the hype for Attack on TitanContinue reading “Reading Between Reviews: Attack on Titan Season 1!”
RB Weekly News #10: Sonic Forces, Sentai’s New Anime, and A Dota 2 University Course!
Hello friends, welcome to the tenth edition of Reading Between Weekly News, for all your anime, manga, and gaming news! This week, we have some rather intriguing news on the popularity of manga, as well as on the creation of an academic course that directly deals with the huge eSport, Dota 2. It’s rather interestingContinue reading “RB Weekly News #10: Sonic Forces, Sentai’s New Anime, and A Dota 2 University Course!”