Teaching Ecology- Was Thanos Right

Was Thanos Right?     I know it’s not anime, but I wanted to share something that I tried in the classroom recently.  While I like to end with an ecology/environmental science unit, as I find it is a unit that is very adaptable to the hectic end of the year schedule, the new curriculum Read More …

Recettear- Reginald Drisby

Recettear: An Item Shop’s Tale   This is going to be a different post from what you normally see from me in that today we are going to be looking into the science behind video games.  And by science, I mean the portrayal of scientific topics in the game itself, and not the game’s programming.  Read More …

The Quirks of My Hero Academia Part 3

The Quirks of My Hero Academia Part 3 Both the My Hero Academia Manga and Anime are going strong with no end in sight, and Kōhei Horikoshi continues to add characters with interesting quirks. Good Ear- Sirius   Sirius is an anime original character that first appears in Episode 27.  She is a pro hero Read More …

How to do a panel at a convention

How to do a Panel at a Con   I’ve been going to conventions for ten years now.  I’ve seen many good panels, some bad ones, and I’ve given more than a few of my own over the years.  So I thought perhaps it’s time I give some advice on how to have a successful Read More …

Anime Blog Recommendations

Anime Blog Recommendations   Animescience101 has been part of the anime blogosphere since 2014.  FYI– the anime blogosphere refers to the collection of blogs and personal websites discussing anime.  I haven’t really talked much about the other anime blogs out there.  Well, I think it’s about time I changed that.  There are a lot of Read More …

Flying Colors Foundation Update

Flying Colors Foundation update I know I’m a little late to the party on this one, but seeing as I did write a blog post promoting the Flying Colors Foundation, I felt the need to speak up.  I was first approached by the Flying Colors Foundation on February 8th about writing a blog post to Read More …