It took me forever to work up the nerve to get around to this video; considering that so much of the flack that we get as otaku is focused solely on the content of the anime that we watch. Nevertheless, I felt as though I was well within my right to make it. After all it is a sub-textual branch of the anime industry and a staple of the bigger anime distro houses.
There is a NSFW version of this video, but you'll have to go to my channel to find it. Muahahahaha!
In the before time, when we just sat down and watched anime for the sake of watching anime, we didn't have the luxury of picking our teeth, patting our swollen bellies, and belching out a whimsical retort of criticism. We more or less accepted our serving of anime with much gratitude, and prayed that we'd be able to get the rest of the series in either the same format, the same translation, or at best; the entertainment store would stock those last precious few volumes of the DVDs.
Now, that the aisles are filled to bursting with anime, and everyone and their momma is streaming anime, it's a little more commonplace for us to offer our semi-professional otaku impressions on the latest anime series, or in this case, "adaptation." We're refined, and cultured. Stuffed with anime after anime, and beyond that, we have grown to be what some would call, connoisseurs. And, so, armed with this vast array of power, I will tackle a beloved anime institution.
There is nothing like that feeling of having little to no more space for your anime, and the strange sick feeling you get when you buy more, only to discover that you've finally ran out of space. Well, worry and vomit no more! I've found a solution, and I'm showing off a cool trick I'm currently using to combine all those shelves of anime into a space that's very small.