Worth Reading – 09/07/2018

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It’s been a month since I last published an issue of Worth Reading and there’s been some Good Stuff posted…  So, let’s hit the jump and take a look at what’s Worth Reading!

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If there’s any constant among the articles I pick for Worth Reading, it’s that I LOVE content about older anime.  (By which I mostly mean “not current season”.)  In this edition we’ve got some real doozies:

  • AniB Productions posts a well done review of ERASED.  (A tip o’ the hat to Karandi for linking to this post.)
  • Xenodude at Xenodude’s Scribbles is currently watching Magical Girl Raising Project (Mahou Shoujo Ikusei Keikaku) and doing a bang-up job of episode by episode coverage.

Speaking of Karandi…  I think this is the first time I’ve featured so much content from a single writer in a single Worth Reading post.  And that’s setting aside the number of times I’ve “borrowed” an idea for a feature article from her…  All of the following links are from her blog 100 Word Anime:

  • And last but not least Karandi and Raistlin have created the Blog Evolution Tag, where bloggers partner up and review how they’ve grown over time.

Comiket is a stock feature of otaku life anime…  and FrogKun deflates some myths and injects some reality in Comiket Sucks.  Yet, even after reading that I still want to go.

Over at the Otaku Lounge, Artemis shares a snapshot she took while traveling through Japan – Life in Japan in Photos: Rice Fields of Fukui. A new feature and one I encourage her to continue as there was some nice conversation in the comments.

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Feel free to comment below…  But as always, if you enjoy these links, be sure and let the original posters know!

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