Author Archives: Rawle Nyanzi
Today on the Castalia House blog, I spotlight Deus Ex Magical Girl, an anime blog focused on the magical girl genre. That blog is worth looking at juse for the takedown of Cardcaptor Sakura, though it has other excellent content … Continue reading
A few days ago, I mentioned that I would go on a “social media hiatus” due to the amount of time it ate up. However, I’m sure you’ve seen me posting to social media since that time anyway, although not … Continue reading
I’ve decided that social media is taking up too much of my time. As a result, I will stay off Twitter, Facebook, Gab, and Google+ until the end of July. That being said, I will still answer e-mails and private … Continue reading
“Wait a minute, Rawle,” I hear you saying. “After what you wrote in that last post, you saw the movie?” Yes I did, because my local theater did not have a woman-only showing, and the studio itself didn’t promote these … Continue reading
NOTE: It is, in fact, possible for men to see the movie on opening day. This post, however, is more concerned with the attacks on men who clearly want Wonder Woman to succeed. The news has spread that the Alamo … Continue reading
At the Castalia House blog, I compare My Hero Academia with Iron Fist. I put forth the argument that MHA beat Iron Fist at its own premise.
Over at the Castalia House blog, I give a spoiler-free review of the anime My Hero Academia’s first season. It’s a good series that would leave the viewer quite excited for more.
At long last, it’s finally ready. My novella Sword & Flower is available in paperback. “But wait,” I hear you saying. “Your book has been available in paperback for a while now. Why are you acting like it’s new?” That’s … Continue reading
Over at the Castalia House blog, I talk about Brian K. Lowe’s War of the Ruby, which could be found in Cirsova Vol. 5. As for why blogging has been so light, it is because I am working on a … Continue reading
NOTE: This analysis contains spoilers. Yesterday, I reviewed Jon Mollison’s new book Sudden Rescue at the Castalia House blog. Though the book was fairly short, it didn’t feel short; all of the action and details were relevant, with no meaningless … Continue reading