Anime is also known for quite a few things and, unfortunately, it’s not always PG-rated. Nevertheless, clean and fun shows do indeed exist. The problem is finding them amidst the wave of shows being released every year. Being an experienced elder sister, finding and evaluating shows has eaten up quite a bit of my time. So why not share that info I’ve found so others don’t have to waste their time? And thus the What’s In My Anime blog was born!
These anime reviews go over movies, series, or, if the series is extremely long, seasons. Reviews range from older shows to more current ones just being released in the United States. These reviews are based on examining content such as amount of language, type of violence, etc, leaving the decision-making to the reader. Only you can decide if a show is right for your family and friends. Other info, such as links, length and more will also be provided. Some shows might even have free clips and episodes available through their websites, so feel free to investigate if a show catches your fancy.
So if you love anime, but honestly don’t know where to start in finding shows that don’t cross your morals or simply want a fun show you can watch with your younger sibling, these reviews might be just what you’ve been looking for.
PS – Because I am a supporter of US anime companies, I only review anime that can be legally bought or streamed in English. If you wish to look up information on anime just being released in Japan, please check out Anime News Network‘s site or some of the other anime review links found in my blogroll.
About the author:
In Rose, otherwise known as RFC, has been watching anime and reading manga for over a decade. She was raised on Star Wars and Mystery Science Theater 3000, which explains some of her humor that often only she finds funny. She is also a writer and can be found on her official site talking about general pop culture and writing techniques.