For the last few weeks, there’s been a certain annoyance for me every time I watch/read something. To a degree, it might had something to do with my just found awareness toward storytelling craft. And also, who am I as a media consumer before that.
For further clarification of that statements though, we need to go back around two years ago.
The story of how I came into watching Nanatsu no Taizai (or Seven Deadly Sins, whichever do you prefer to call it) is rather an odd one. The series isn’t exactly on my anime watchlist back when it aired on Fall 2014 (surprisingly, I don’t see the series being talked about much by the people I followed on anitwitter), and I only watched it when I noticed Animax channel in my region began airing the series during winter. Considering the series seems like a good harmless shonen fun, I decided to finally watch it since I don’t watch that much anime in that season. And it is quite good fun shonen, although it takes a while to get there.
Hey guys! Some quick update before we get into the review.
Anyway, the final exam is finally over! All I need to do know is to wait maybe a month or so before I found out whether or not I’m going to graduate. I did well……I think?
And then I have to prepare myself for the college entrance exam in June……
Yes. There’s still another one. God bless Indonesia education system.
Although, my mom did offer me to get into a private(?) college, so I don’t have to go through the pain of studying once again, but I’m still not quite sure. I mean, it really feels like I’m just using my money instead of hardwork that way. So yeah, I’m still juggling my options now.
Buuuuttttt anyway, I couldn’t exactly leave the blog dead for too long, so I decided to post in some of my thoughts on The (not) Last: Naruto the Movie. Aka, the movie where NarutoxHinata shipper lifetime dream comes true.