For all we gush about various anime each season – and we gush a lot – there’s still some which stand above the rest for us here at Random Curiosity. And now thanks to the request of our Patreon subscriber Mikhail Klakotskiy we (or at least the most active team members :P) have a reason to get off our lazy behinds and talk about them. That’s right, these are Random Curiosity’s writers’ top three anime of all time!
As promised in the recent post regarding Random Curiosity’s latest changes, donations are coming to the site – and with this post said donations can now be considered live!
To start with (as some might’ve spotted already) you can find our Ko-Fi link in the righthand sidebar. This one is simple enough: like what we do? Want to give us a one-off cup of coffee? Feel free to do so with that link, that’s what it’s now there for!
The big one, however, is our new Patreon, which yes is also live and whose link can either be found right above the Ko-Fi one or right here in case you’d rather read on. After all, there’s just a tad more detail involved with it.
If there’s one predictable constant in life it’s change. Everything changes at some point, whether that be the seasons, life circumstances, or the very anime we’re here enjoying to the fullest, and the only thing we can do is roll with the punches. Random Curiosity is no exception to this rule, and as repeatedly teased in a few posts now change has come to this site. Major change.
The end of the year is here and it’s time for the 16th Annual Reader’s Choice poll. Do you have a favorite series you’d like to see win? Are you just curious to see what everyone else enjoyed this year? There’s no electoral college here. The anime with the most votes wins!
As per the usual, there will be two polls for you to vote on this year – one for regularly broadcast TV series, and another for OVA/movies. We’re asking you for your top 5 picks in each poll, which should stop the results from being heavily skewed towards the mega-popular shows. This year we have ~170 TV series and ~60 OVA/movies for you to choose from. Keep in mind that like all entertainment, anime is subjective. There is no one size fits all here. Please respect the opinions of others, even if you may disagree with them.
Note: To give viewers more time to vote, the polls will close this year at 9:00 AM PST on January 5th, giving you the most time possible before the Best of Anime post comes out with the results. This means the 9:00 AM in the afternoon in PST or 3:00 PM GMT on the 5th.
With the end of summer also came the end of the first season of Kageki Shoujo!! and while many of us now look forward to a second season (fingers crossed), an incredible opportunity came up! Meet the talented artist and amazing human behind Atelier Gokujou Animation, responsible for animating one of 2021’s gems with Pine Jam.
Hello there! My name is Gabie. I am a self-employed Brazilian designer, social media strategist, copywriter and digital marketer. I am also the mother of two cats (a midget devil called Jupiter and an adventurer called Mago) and two lady dogs (a blind husky called Jerry Bonksalot—yes, she bonks in a lot of places—and a highly anxious mixed beagle called Pina).
My day to day life consists of working, cooking, baking, weight-lifting, watching anime with my boyfriend, reading manga, fanfics, trying to understand human behavior and drinking tea.
I recently binged One Piece starting on episode one all the way to the latest episode available, which I think was 964—in a total of two months and thirteen days. I had just taken a step back from overworking and was a bit lost regarding my professional career.
When going through periods like these some might take a sabbatical, go to a retreat or simply spend some time in nature away from everything. But given the current situation, me being an introvert, and the fact that I live in a tropical island in the middle of Southeast Asia where the only nature I get is either going to the garbage-littered tourist beaches or to the ass-sweat-snake-jungles, I decided to give this epic saga a go.
My name is Raphiel (ラフィエル) or Raphi (ラフィ) for short. After five years in gacha hell, I have come back home for one goal, to save my community. Now, I hope others join my crusade. To them I’m Raphiel but to the rest of the community I’m someone else. I am something else…
If you have yet to get it by now, I won’t be doing any written content for this website. Instead, my focus will be in producing video content for it recording videos, researching topics, writing scripts or editing.
Nowadays I don’t really watch much anime as I used to outside of the standout hits like Attack on Titan or Re: Zero and other miscellaneous titles. I’m more of a manga person rather than an anime man. Stuff like Munou na Nana, Omniscient Reader’s Viewpoint or Shinju no Nectar. In that case, you can expect more content geared to various Japanese otaku subculture in general rather than just anime. But I will try to dedicate some to anime as well!
Hello dear readers! My name is Yaseen Hijazi and I’m a freelance writer who happens to have a great passion for anime! I love watching anime and collecting merchandise of my favourite shows, but most importantly, I love discussing and reviewing my favourite shows with friends and family, or even with an online audience.
That being said, it’s no surprise I was ecstatic to be offered a spot on RandomC’s writing team! Writing about the things I love is a dream come true and I intend to do my best for my nakamas here at RandomC and for all you awesome readers and lovers of anime!
So, a bit about myself and my anime first love series, it was definitely Dragon Ball Z that hooked me into this beautiful world. My clearest memory as a 5-year-old was seeing the Cell Games Saga airing on Cartoon Network in the early hours of the morning as I headed out to kindergarten. Seeing the awe-inspiring action and sheer talent in the animating of this series was out of this world for my baby eyes to comprehend. Growing up with two older brothers, DBZ played a huge part in getting us into play fights at home, karate classes and even shaping some of our ‘heroic’ morals and sense of justice.
Hey hi hello! My name is FJ Freeman, I’ve been a massive fan of Random Curiosity for a long time, but have only ever lurked here (and also maybe (allegedly) stolen some screenshots…) Anyway, it’s very nice to meet you all, I am in your hands.
Let me start off by telling you a little bit about myself. I am a young fantasy writer during the night, but during the day I’m a freelancer specializing in graphic design, illustration, animation and visual effects. My dream is to someday produce a feature film which I’m currently writing the script for – and it’s based on my novel Heavenly Bodies. It’s a fantasy elemental story, if you’re interested search for it on Amazon.
I was born and raised in Mexico where I was lucky enough to attend private school during my young years. This led to me being fluent in English from a young age, which alongside me being an only child likely led me to my love for anime.