The Grey World – Revisiting the Story of ‘Death Note’ and the Low Glowing Brilliance of K-Drama ‘Stranger’

I've always been a fan of grey days. The world makes more sense to me when it's not overwhelmingly bright or impenetrably dark. There are very few things on this earth that are starkly black or white and I like when my days reflect this. It becomes a question. "What kind of day will this [...]

A Reflection Upon Time Travel – The Future and the Present (What I Learnt from Fruits Basket)

There's a manga I like called Fruits Basket. It's a cute and compelling story and a true examination of human emotions, friendship, and family. I can wax endlessly on all the things I love about Tohru Honda, the protagonist, and the diverse cast of characters that surround her, but there's a greater point that I [...]