Espacio Verde Resort Celebrates Halloween with Dino-rific Jungle Party

Creepy costumes, dark and haunted stories, trick or treats, and spooky atmosphere, such are some stuffs that perfectly suits or describes a Halloween celebration. However, there are certainly many ways to celebrate it and Espacio Verde dare to defy the normal norms by going to a more fantasy-adventure like journey for kids in their Halloween party that took place last October 27, 2017. The essence of fun is still there as cute little kids fall in line to parade their adorable Halloween costumes. You’ll see a witch, a ghost, zombie or some cute mini-dinosaurs portrayed by the participating kids.

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Espacio Verde’s Halloween Party 2017 took place at their event’s hall “El Comedor” and the area was decorated green stuffs such as plants, flowers and trees (Espacio Verde Resort’s theme), and some fancy dinosaurs balloons that provides a jungle-like atmosphere. This is a wonderful set up which is also creepy in another way that perfectly suits for a Halloween celebration.

 

Photo credit from Espacio Verde Resort’s Facebook page

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Tsuki ga Kirei Review — The Pantless Anime Blogger

This is review number three hundred and ninety eight. This anime is part of the Spring 2017 lineup, and it’s called Tsuki ga Kirei or “The Moon is Beautiful” or “As the moon, so beautiful”. It’s a twelve episode anime about life. It’s just straight up about life, and it’s beautiful. This review is long, […]

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My Personal List of Anime to Watch this Fall 2017

The Ancient Magus Bride'

The fall 2017 anime lineup officially begin and it is a pretty strong season capable of competing with the overpowered lineup of spring 2017. Personally, I’d still pick the spring anime lineup due to the fact that my all-time favorite anime Natsume Yuujinchou aired its 6th season that time and I couldn’t be more happy now that Natsume’s Book of Friends movie is slated for 2018 release. Going back to fall, there are tons of pretty decent titles this season including the most hyped Food Wars season 3, and big names such as Blood Battlefront Blozckade season 2. Nonetheless, my personal taste is quite different from the majority as I don’t usually fall for mainstream or most hyped series unless I’d been really caught by it.

Now, I would like to share my favorite anime show from fall 2017 line up based on the pilot episode that I had seen so far. The anime listed in this post are also the shows I’ll be following this season and maybe I’ll be able to share some reviews or random post about it either here or on our main site, Yu Alexius.

The list are as follows:

  1. The Ancient Magus’ Bride
    • This anime is magically crafted and executed. From the visuals, animation, and the character designs, they are all amazing and brilliantly beautiful. This anime is just so good that I couldn’t help but smile randomly while watching it. Plus the fact, that Chise reminds me of Shirayuki (from Snow White with the Red) who happened to a particular anime character that I liked the most.
  2. Kino’s Journey – the Beautiful World-
    • This is the genre that perfectly suits mine. A little bit relaxing and mysterious with a tendency to be dark and deep. Nonetheless, this is a very soothing anime and somehow reminds me of Mushishi. On the other hand, this anime is filled with oxymoron, and those enigmatic vibes is actually very direct and simple which will leaves you breathless in one point.
  3. Children of the Whales
    • Guess like I’ve found a gem after watching this. This anime could be the Made in Abyss 2.0 this year. I’m not saying they’re the same but the world setting literally on the same godlike level as of Made in Abyss and From the New World. It may take some time for us to divulge into the story and the overall set up of this anime, it offers a very refreshing sight when it comes to visuals and animation. The story is also new (at least to me), which I think that it is very interesting.
  4. Just Because!
    • Yeah, this is another school-drama anime which I think is very common nowadays. The redundancy in this genre had me almost ignore this show. However, there is something special on it or I believe so. I have many favorite school anime too but sometimes cliche isn’t a good thing to do especially today. But I give this one a go and somehow, it passed my standard and it really looks promising. Looking forward for more from this one onwards.
  5. Black Clover
    • Kindly ignore the shouting, Asta is really an annoying brat in the pilot episode. This seriously reminds us all of Naruto, but hell no, this is no Naruto. Maybe, a lil bit of its essence plus some factor of Fairy Tail, this anime is truly promising, and its world set up simply makes you want to know more and get entangled in it. Nonetheless, we have 2 main characters here that resembles Naruto and Sasuke but I believe this is just in the surface.
  6. Blood Battlefront Blockade & Beyond
    • Libra is back and they’re all totally cracked up this time. This anime never fail to bring smile in our faces and make us LOL randomly. Poor Leonardo, he always gets in trouble in the most astonishing way, nonetheless the action and fun is always at its highest stake in this anime. And we could always expect for more hilarious and definitely action-packed future episodes.
  7. Land of the Lustrous
    • A very promising start, the animation is nicely done for a CG, and the visuals is really stunning especially the characters’ hair. There are minimal flaws that could be easily ignore and simply enjoy the anime. The story itself is quite interesting, although I believe that we have to invest some time in order to get divulge in it.
  8. Zodiac Wars
    • Another battle royale on which we all had been quite tired especially if the animation wasn’t executed well. However, this one looks cool with awesome fight sequence and average yet good looking designs. The story is average and there are lots of talking, or maybe it was intentionally done in the first episode to give the spotlight to the first character to die in the story.
  9. Food Wars! The Third Plate
    • Not a big fan of cooking anime but due to this anime’s popularity I have decided to give it ago. I wouldn’t say it’s bad but it doesn’t have enough charisma to make me like it immediately. Although I’ll keep an eye in future episodes as the premise looks really good.
  10. Dies Irae
    • The animation is nicely done, the story isn’t that unique or new but tolerable. The character designs are quite amazing.

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Top 5 Josei Anime Of All Time!

So glad to see Honey & Clover in this list.

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Spoiler Alert:There are no spoilers. Ha! Made you look! 😀 

What’s a mix of realism and romanticism? Josei! Loosely translated as “women” in Japanese, Josei anime refer to series that have a combination of genres appealing to female audiences. Josei anime is targeted towards late teens to adult audiences because of their mature storytelling and realistic no-fluff tone.

At Otaku Village India, we’ve always talked about shonen and shojo or categorized anime to one particular genre, but it’s time we got down to business and listed out what makes Josei anime truly Josei. Here are the top five josei anime of all time, listed in no particular order:

Paradise Kiss 

A true drama show that’s incomparable to other shojo or romantic classics. Paradise Kiss is the story of a young study bug who ventures out to become a fashion model in the later part of the series…

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The Pipeline Problem and the Meritocracy Myth — Ryan Boren

‪In a structurally racist, sexist, and ableist society, hiring strictly from credentialist pipelines is exclusionary, unethical, and bad for business.‬ Overcoming diversity and inclusion pipeline problems requires adopting structural ideology and restorative practices in education and work. Do more than blame pipelines, and stop propagating deficit ideologies and the meritocracy myth. There’s nothing more euphemistic and exploitive in education […]

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