I love discovering new blogs and when I do, I love sharing them with you. However if there’s one thing I’ve realized is that those first few months are crucial in a blog’s life. (The 18 month mark seems to be real rough too for some reason…) That’s part of the reason I try to make occasional discovery posts. I figure that if new bloggers get a bit of encouragement early on, then they’ll be more likely to stick around.
Sadly that doesn’t always work. But that doesn’t mean I’m going to stop doing it. Because I really think a lot of you also enjoy finding a new blogger to follow. In that spirit, I’ve gone over my past discovery posts for the year and kept those blogs that are still updating (i.e. had at least one post in December) and threw a few new ones in for a fantabulous list sure to delight and thrill you! Here they are, described in their own words!
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- A Little About Myself: My name is Logan, but on the internet I often go by LuffyLogan or Daehoidar. I’m 28 years old, married to the woman of my dreams, and the father of two beautiful twin boys. Anime is my passion and I love discussing it and writing about it.
- A Little About This Blog: I wanted to start an anime blog with something unique to offer, so the focus of my blog leans toward anime culture, how anime helps us become better people and overcome problems, and on the Otaku fan base we all belong to. I want to share my story with readers, and hear other similar stories for inspiration.
- A Little About The Future: My goal as a blogger is to put out unique and engaging content and to highlight the effects anime and Otaku culture can have upon our lives. I also have a deeper dream that I need help with- to establish a community of anime lovers that can help and inspire one another, network creatively, and use anime to better lives.
Rekka has no about page or tag line so I’ll tell you about it instead. It’s an upbeat site focusing on comic books and anime for all your colourful entertainment needs!
My name is Keni. I am an anime enthusiastic and loves writing about topics relating manga, anime, and video games. Basically things that I love doing, I write about them.
In this website, you will find many of my manga/anime/gaming recommendations, as well as more guides in such related topics. Whether you are new to the anime community or have been watching anime for years, don’t worry, I’ve got you all covered. Let’s all discuss about anime together!!
As you all probably know, my main focus for this blog is to talk about and review anime. It’s all in a good day’s fun and as someone who enjoys writing and making (failed attempts) at psychoanalysis and pretending to be smart at literature, I figured a blog would be a great start. My intention for my posts aren’t meant to be taken seriously; All I want is to have a small chat about our favorite topic, anime! I’m sure other bloggers reading this can possibly relate.
Now, here’s some things about me I can think of off the top of my head…My Personality Type is ISFP and my favorite genres of any literature including anime are Psychological and Slice-Of-Life. It’s even better when it’s a mix between the two. I’ve been watching anime for about five years now with a single one year hiatus. I like drawing abstract figures and eyes often no matter how crap they look, there’s pages upon pages in them in my binder but shhhh! I started this blog in the middle of smokin’ hot July of 2019 and by the time i’m re-re-rewriting this this will be about 3 1/2 months old! Fun!
My posts don’t have a specific scheldule at all. They come at entirely random times but one trend i’ve noticed with my blogging style is there tends to be a three-day gap in between. Tends. Not all the time, but tends. I write blogs for the fun of it and I never intend for this to be a serious blog that forces you to believe in my opinion. I just want to have a friendly interaction about our favorite topic, anime. I look forward to seeing you around every now and then!
My name’s Chris – Voyager, here on the internet. As the Editor of Galvanic Media, I’m not all about playing goalie to punctuation errors and misspellings on the way to publication. With 6 years of writing experience, I’m all-in on sculpting every unkempt piece into a masterpiece that’s engaging and airtight. And I somehow find time to write my own articles for the site, produce a weekly web show, and oversee all original content as project manager. I keep busy.
Whichever responsibility I’m dealing with at any given moment (if not all of them), my goal stays the same; to entertain people with fun, clever, thoughtful experiences that they’re sure to remember for years to come. And I ensure that others are able to do the same by making sure their work is as solid as it gets.
I have a long history of witty written and video commentary work on the internet, all leading up to our anime reviews and our longest-running project, Bulletoon. And that’s to say nothing of our 100% original projects, like Burning Sky. But it’s not just Galvanic that I’ve worked for. I’ve also produced articles for The Nerd Stash and interviews for Saturday AM.
A great deal of my inspiration comes from video games, anime, and even text-based RPGs amongst internet friends. I love lighthearted conversation about nerdy things and a good “what-if” scenario can lead to some fantastic ideas, ripe for sharing.
As you could probably guess, I am a huge anime fan and a huge gamer. I watch all kinds of anime and play mostly jrpgs, as well as some Nintendo games. I also like to draw. I’m not an anime art expert, as I don’t draw frequently, but I have so many oc ideas and I’m always making more ideas, although for now, I want to focus on my main story ocs which I may occasionally post about on twitter. I also closely follow the competitive Super Smash Bros. Ultimate scene. I don’t play the game competitively because I such, and I don’t have the time to go pro, but I greatly enjoy watching all the major tournaments. I could tell you more about myself like about my family or about college but that’s boring so let’s not talk about that.
My blog title, as some might be able to guess, is from anime. It combines ideas from A Certain Magical Index, Mekakucity Actors (my username and the op theme of the show), and The Idolmaster (the producer gets the idols job).
Hello there! If you’ve stumbled upon this blog, you’ve entered the realm of the Traditional Catholic Weeb: a Traditionalist Roman Catholic anime fan from Canada. Ever since I began to re-watch Digimon Adventure during my second year of university, it was the start of a spark which ignited my liking for shows of the anime genre, as well as a foray into the world of (occasional) cosplay and the here-and-there convention travels. Thanks to this newfound discovery, I created this blog in September of 2018 so that I could have a platform to talk about anime, convention travels, and the little tidbits going around in my life!
Hello friends! I wanted to let you know that I will be focusing on anime and anime review here on the webpage. This is a small change of direction that I will be taking and focusing one area makes more sense with the limited time I have. One day it may be possible to revisit some of the Esports Content I had written about League of Legends and video game review that I had tried my hand at.
That in mind I will be looking into options to improving the overall quality of the website to make it easier to navigate and find content within it. A big thanks to those who have already visited and taken a moment to read my work. This will be a big step in things to come. It may be sometime until I create content again. As planned I want to write at least 2 or 3 articles a week. For now that process will be slowed until I pursue other issues with the page for a satisfactory solution.
Looking forward to writing more content soon!
KnowSenpai attempts to create an experience for Indian Otakus by developing the anime and cosplay culture present in India. The presence of anime and cosplay is integral to the culture of Japan and with the massive number of Otakus in India, it’s safe to say that this culture needs to flourish.
I realize that a some of these are already pretty well established in our little community and you probably already know them well, but on the off chance that you’ve missed some, go ahead and given them a read. You may discover something great yourself. And if you want to return the favour, please let me know of any great blogs I may have missed this year!