An Introduction

Well hello there! My name is Rob, and this, as you may have guessed, is my anime review blog. I am a Christian, as well as an anime fan, and I wanted to start a blog where I could write anime reviews with content guides for fellow Christian anime fans. I cannot claim any originality for the content guide, though, as I simply took what I saw on the movie reviews at Jesus Freak Hideout. Generally, I will share my thoughts on an episode (with the intent to avoid spoilers), and then include the content guide at the bottom.

While I’m starting this blog during the Winter 2014 season, I actually have a whole slew of reviews from the Fall 2013 season that are ready to go. That said, I will first focus on publishing the current season’s reviews, as I would like to actually have things that are up-to-date and useful on the blog. Plus, my Fall 2013 reviews are pretty bad. I can’t claim to be a superb reviewer, but I think my 2014 reviews are coming out better.

Besides that, I would also like to extend the invitation to any other Christian anime fans who would like to write reviews for the site. I’m only one person, and can only watch so much anime by myself. The more reviewers, the more content, and I would like to possibly have DVD/Blu-Ray reviews one day, as well. On top of that, if you–or anyone you know–is an artist who wouldn’t mind creating some art for the site, then I would appreciate it. We can, of course, discuss the specifics.

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2 thoughts on “An Introduction

  1. Annastasia

    This post seemed like the best place to welcome you to the little wordpress anime review community. So, welcome! ^_^ Interesting concept, I’ll be peeking in from time to time! Here is your survival towel, do not leave home without it.

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  2. rmiller1656 Post author

    Thank you for taking the time to welcome me! Also, thank you for helping me figure out that commenters required a previously moderated comment (or something like that) in order to post. I’ve now turned that off. It’s a handy to have if I need it, but I’d rather not have to make people wait if I can avoid it.

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