Thanks Jusuchin of A Journey Through Life for nominating me for the Sunshine Award! It’s been a while since I’ve done one of these award posts, and I have a couple of others which I need to do–including rating Spring 2019 and telling you all what I intend to do about this season. At any rate, please give Jusuchin’s blog a visit. He tends follow one or two anime a season. His choices always have plenty of action and come near to my own tastes in anime.
Here are the rules:
- Thank the person who nominated you and provide a link to their blog so that other people can visit them
- Answer the 11 questions put to you by the nominator
- Nominate 11 bloggers of your choosing and provide them with a new set of 11 questions to answer
- Notify the nominees by commenting on one of their blog posts
- List the rules and display The Sunshine Blogger Award logo within your post or on your blog site.
Now, let me answer those eleven questions.
1) What got you into anime and how old were you?
My recollection places me at age fifteen around my sophomore year of high school. Millennials have been dubbed “the Cartoon Generation,” so it seems only natural that I would eventually discover that anime existed as a separate genre of cartoons. Coming across Vampire Hunter D and Rurouni Kenshin on Toonami kindled my interest in anime and the rest is history.
Happy All Saint’s Day! Here comes that time of year where I attempt to write one post per diem in honor of National Blog Posting Month! Last year marked the first time I managed to write or reblog one article every day. This year, I’d like to keep up that tradition. The post, Some Articles Percolating in My Mind, will give you an idea of what you may expect over the course of the coming month. You should also see posts on volume 24 of Rurouni Kenshin and a biography on the Black Prince coming soon, which I should have written last month. (See Candlemas Resolutions in the post mentioned above) Prompted by Luminas in my last article, I intend to write a narrative about my pilgrimage to the relics of St. Maria Goretti, which were exhibited in Duluth, Georgia on October 27th. The veneration of relics strikes Protestants and others as a weird thing Catholics and Orthodox Christians do, but we can at least claim a long history for it: “God was performing extraordinary miracles by the hands of Paul, so that even handkerchiefs and aprons that had touched him were taken to the sick, and their illnesses were cured and the evil spirits left them” (Acts 19:12-13). So, the New Testament records the great power of relics; in this case, third class relics, which are of the kind I gained from this event.
But, “Sunshine Award” is in the title! Yours truly has received three nominations for the Sunshine Award and two sets of questions. Thanks to Jusuchin, InfinityZenith, and Animecommentary for their nominations! Each one has a truly unique blog. I encourage avid fans of military hardware and anime to check out A Journey Through Life, enthusiasts for detailed reviews of an eclectic assortment of anime and video games to look at The Infinite Zenith, and connoisseurs who like deep episodic anime reviews and reviews of classic old cartoons and movies to take a look at Anime Commentary on the March.