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5 Favorite Anime Blog Posts from 2023 Week 24

Welcome to My 5 Favorite Anime Blog Posts from 2023 Week 24!

Every week, I visit over 295 anime sites looking for posts that celebrate amazing moments in anime or otherwise blow me away with their wit and charm. These five posts are my favorite for the week! I hope you enjoy reading them as much as I did!

You can see a list of the sites I check here: Massive List of Sites!

9 Tailed Kitsune

Purr-fection: Top 10 Anime Cat Girls

Let’s start 2023 Week 24 with a list. Lists are fun, right? At least, they can be with the right subject matter. And honestly — what could be more right than cat girls? While in theory there are more fun things, the number is surprisingly small. But I don’t need to tell that to Louis, who wrote this post on the site 9 Tailed Kitsune Anime Blog. It’s obvious from the text that Louis is well aware of the appeal of cat girls. I have to commend Louis’ taste — numbers 9, 6, 5, 4, 3, 2, and especially 1 are outstanding choices. The only reason all of them aren’t listed? Louis actually found some cat girls I’d not met. Guess I have some more series to check out!

Anime Feminist

Killin’ ‘Em With Kindness: The radical compassion of Kamado Tanjiro within the modern shounen landscape

I’ve often joked that Tanjirou from Demon Slayer is the combat form of Tooru Honda from Fruits Basket. The reason’s simple: his kindness is his real superpower. Even when the guy’s slaying demons, he’s doing so with respect and compassion. Not only that, but he makes the combination of kindness and violence work! Turns out that Amaya Baptiste noticed the same thing — and wrote a fascinating post about the topic on Anime Feminist! The post brings up some great ideas and illustrates them with examples from the show. One of those examples remains one of my favorite Demon Slayer moments. See if Amaya Baptiste uses any of your favorites as examples!

I Drink and Watch Anime

Akiba Maid Wars – A Retrospective

Akiba Maid War took me by surprise. I’d never heard of mixing maid cafes with organized crime. If I’d thought of it, I would probably have dismissed it as too bizarre to work. But guess what? I would have been wrong! As proof, let me offer this post from Irina on I Drink and Watch Anime. She lays out the series’ pros and cons in her trademark warm, inviting, and insightful style. This series was already on my backlog. In fact, I had already started it. New seasons just pushed it down the stack. I’m reconsidering that decision after reading this post!


Ancient Magus Bride: Season 2 – Episode 11 Review

I really enjoy the format kvasir369 uses on the site Kvasir369. Of course, the format would be useless without compelling content, and kvasir369 delivers that routinely as well. This post is another great example! As usual, I enjoyed the most recent episode of The Ancient Magus’ Bride Season 2, so I looked forward to checking out kvasir369’s review — and it delivered! If you liked episode 11, or you think you might, then this is the review for you!

Shallow Dives in Anime

The Things I Loved, Liked, Disliked and Hated about Sword Art Online.

Dewbond, on the site Shallow Dives in Anime, recently introduced a new format that describes what he loved, liked, disliked, and hated about anime series. I can tell he’s having fun writing them because I’m having a ton of fun reading them! This week, Dewbond showed his bravery by tackling the series Sword Art Online. I read the post with a little trepidation. After all, I loved the series! Did I really want to read what Dewbond hated about it? Well, I read it. And wouldn’t you know, after thinking about it, I had to agree with what he hated! Shocking, huh? But I think you’ll understand once you read it!

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