Welcome to the first edition of TBT with Mel.
What is TBT with Mel, you might ask? Well it’s a monthly project, similar to the Jon’s Creator Showcase. I got the idea of it while hosting April showcase. Basically this monthly project will showcase post submitted during the month, those post need to be written during the month chosen by me. Since I want to keep some kind of organization, I simply decide to go backward starting from November.
Since it’s the first edition, I’m actually surprise that I got one submission and it was sent by our dear Jon
A Hat in Time – The Best Game I’ve Played in the Past Decade by Jon (Jon Spencer Reviews)
In this post, Jon give us a really good review of the video game called “A Hat in Time”, game that can be purchased on Steam. I’m not an avid gamer, however from the review I think it’s the type of game I would enjoyed.
I could have only go with this sole submission, but the point of this monthly project, is to share and promote, older post. And since not everyone was aware I was doing this project, I took upon myself to dig other’s blog and hunt post written in November 2017, the archives became by best friend.
While digging the archives for awesome post I found some wonderful post that surely need to be share and here what I found
A Major Disconnect: Exploring the Lack of Effective Horror Anime by Ya Boy Jack (The Aniwriter)
In this post, the author give us some really good point about why Horror Anime doesn’t have the same effectiveness then Live-Action movie.
The Decagon House Murders by Yukito Ayatsuji – Book Review by BiblioNyan
I haven’t read that book, but this excellent review give me enough reason to read it.
DEADMAN WONDERLAND, ANIME TV SERIES (2011) by Raistlin
I heard a lot about this series, a lot of good thing and Raistlin review just give me more reason to give it a try.
Hyping Up: A God Status Anime by The Pantless Anime Blogger
Slash round table slash comic strip, this post was probably one of my favorite and make me smile like an idiot. While I haven’t seen the anime mention in the post, it’s certainly a good way to give reason why or why not watch a
Fanboy/girling in anime and some of what it really looks like in practice by Shokamoka
Shoka have a really interesting take on how fanboy and fangirl can be biased toward their favorite series,alwayd making sure their favorite always stay at the top. Reading the post reminded me a lot of how award voting in kpop works.
The Intricacies of Identity Within the Anime Community by Remy (The Lily Garden)
Casual and Hardcore fan are two terms we often read or hear in the anime community, in this post Remy take a look at the two terms while asking how someone who watch anime should be call.
Fangirl Moment: Kuroo Tetsurou by Naja (Nice Job Breaking It, Hero)
Kuroo from the series Haikyuu!! is really an interesting character and in this post Naja tell you why she like him.
Tuesday’s Top 5: Non-Weapon Items Used as Weapons by Karandi (100WordAnime)
Digging 100WordAnime archives was surely interesting, so interesting that I didn’t know which post to pick since there was a lot of good post, so I resort asking the blog host.
In this post Kanradi give us their top five random item use as weapon.
Before the Black Out: More Human Than Human | OWLS “Diplomacy” by Takuto
Taking Blade Runner: Black Out 2022 as support, Takuto talk about what happen in a world without diplomacy
[OWLS Blog Tour] The Guise of Diplomacy : Bungou Stray Dogs by Zel (ARCHI-ANIME)
In this post, Zel talk about how diplomacy can be use by one to fulfill is own agenda.
Even if this project was meant to share post submit by other, I quite happy to have decide to add post that i discover by myself. I found some really interesting post and rediscover post that I read a like before.
This concluded the first edition of TBT with Mel,
Next month I will share with you post you have written in October 2017. You can submit you post by email (email@example.com) or Twitter.
If you decide to go with the Twitter option, remember to tag me and add #TBTwithMel!!
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