Culture · Music · review

Hot Minute – ‘Hell Is Empty’ Single Review

Hot Minute is back on A Nerdy Perspective once again! Back in May this year the glamorous gothic trio debuted their very first single titled 'Magic' which I had the privilege of reviewing. This time around, I'll be reviewing their second single release titled 'Hell Is Empty'. When debut track 'Magic' dropped it packed one… Continue reading Hot Minute – ‘Hell Is Empty’ Single Review

Culture · Music · review

Binary Drift – ‘Drifting’ Single Review

A new artist to come into the Nerdy Perspective roster is Binary Drift, a solo project created by Mauricio Yrivarren. Binary Drift felt like music had been on the back-burner for too long. Instead of trying to continue to chase music which didn't feel truly real to him, Binary Drift was born which embodies the idea… Continue reading Binary Drift – ‘Drifting’ Single Review

Anime · TV Series

My Dream Crossover: Dandy Meets Bebop

It is day 19 of The Animanga Festival and this month has just totally flown by so far! Today's prompt is about what crossover I would love to see. The crossover which I had always found to be so perfect and would love to see is a Space Dandy X Cowboy Bebop crossover anime/episode. One… Continue reading My Dream Crossover: Dandy Meets Bebop

Anime · review · TV Series

Caught in a Band Romance (Given Anime Review)

Genre: Romance, drama, music, boys love Rating: PG-13 Studio: Lerche Episodes: 11 Available on: Crunchyroll Overview: Uenoyama Ritsuka loves both playing the guitar and playing basketball but lately the two have become rather boring to him. One day Uenoyama encounters a boy named Sato Mafuyu at school carrying a guitar with broken strings. Uenoyama helps… Continue reading Caught in a Band Romance (Given Anime Review)

Anime · manga

A Beginner’s Guide to Anime and Manga

It's the start of the very special festival! The Animanga Festival to be exact. Now, for those of you who haven't heard about this festival it is basically a celebration of anime and manga fans who create blogging and/or vlogging content. October is going to be filled with lots of amazing content ranging from writing… Continue reading A Beginner’s Guide to Anime and Manga

Travel

Nerdy Travels: Finding Nemo the Musical and American Grocery Stores

Animal Kingdom was the main activity on this day. The first stop was the Finding Nemo The Musical. We FastPassed this attraction and so we got to enter the building early, find a good spot and chill out for a bit out of the hot sun. The musical basically entails the Finding Nemo film as… Continue reading Nerdy Travels: Finding Nemo the Musical and American Grocery Stores

Anime · review · TV Series

Bittersweet Adventures (Girls Last Tour Anime Review)

Genre: Slice of life, survival, cute girls doing cute things, adventure, post-apocalyptic Rating: 12+ Studio: White Fox Episodes: 12 Available on: HIDIVE Overview: Girls Last Tour is set in an dystopian future where two friends named Chito (Chi) and Yuuri (Yuu) seem to be the only humans left of civilisation. In the baron wasteland in… Continue reading Bittersweet Adventures (Girls Last Tour Anime Review)

Anime · Japanese Culture · manga

Digital VS Physical Manga: A Collectors Perspective

For as long as I can remember I have always loved books. I live in a house and come from a family of book lovers so ever since I was little I have had a constant stream of books around me  Storybooks, nonfiction, art books, magazines, you name it! This has obviously has a massive effect… Continue reading Digital VS Physical Manga: A Collectors Perspective