Things We Saw Around The Web is more than just funny lolz we see while browsing online; it’s a compilation of videos, news, and articles written by fans in the Japanese culture community. We would love to bring more focus to small blogs & YouTube channels and their creative works, so if you know a great article/video you would like to see in our next roundup, please leave a link in the comments below.
Here are a few things we saw around the web and think you should check out!
Marion Bea- Antagonist or Hero? The complexity of Lady Eboshi
Marion revisits Princess Mononoke and dives into how Lady Eboshi is more complex than you think. PS: If you love this video, please consider subscribing to her YouTube Channel.
Meet the man at the helm of My Hero Academia
Meet the man at the helm of My Hero Academia 🔥 pic.twitter.com/uzCWBQXQBY
— Crunchyroll (@Crunchyroll) August 29, 2017
Crunchyroll Expo 2017 Cosplay Music Video
Missed out on Crunchyroll Expo and the amazing cosplay there? Crunchyroll has you covered with this cosplay music video!
Glass Reflection: – Aria: The Animation Review
With the commencement of a Kickstarter for a new Dub for Aria, Arkada figured that it would be a great time to talk about the anime briefly, for those people who have either never watched it or even heard of it before.
The Canipa Effect – The Ghibli Influences on the Inspired World of Made in Abyss | Anime Studio Spotlight
Canipa spotlights the background studio, Inspired, and the studio’s creator who returned to background directing, for Made in Abyss.
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Give some Japanese schoolgirl style to your pet with the adorable school cat collar
— アトリエMam★お休み中 (@atelier_mam) August 18, 2017
Cats may not be crazy about water, but that doesn’t mean they don’t look unbelievably cute wearing sailor suit fashion. Sora News 24 reports that a designer, Mam, shared a series of photos of her latest creation: a schoolgirl-style collar for your pet cat which will be available to order through her online shop soon!
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