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Yomu here, at the Umai Yomu Anime Blog, with an announcement for you all.
A very last minute announcement…!
Lynn Sheridan and I have teamed up to create a new anime blog!
As the title suggests, I recently tried out the WordPress block editor, otherwise known as Gutenberg. While I know it’s been around for a while now, I figured I may as well write about my experiences with it, as I have since reverted back to the classic editor.
There are aspects that I liked and aspects I disliked about the block editor. If you haven’t tried it out yet, then maybe these points can help inform your decision.
One year ago, on May 2nd 2018, the Umai Yomu Anime Blog received it’s first likes and first comments! Despite this blog existing since June 2017, I never realized to use WordPress tags and I hadn’t yet realized the value of interacting with other bloggers. As a result, May 2nd 2018 to me is the unofficial “first day” of this blog.
This makes Creative Differences in Anime the “first” post of this blog, as it was the first one that I realized WordPress tags were a thing, and the comment I received on that post was what spurred me to begin reading and interacting with other blogs in the WordPress community.
It’s pretty amazing to think about how much has happened in the past year for this blog. I originally created it to help pass the time, and I continue it because it brings me a great deal of enjoyment. Anime is more fun when you can write about it, and read about it from other blogs!
And so to celebrate I figured I’d list some of the “firsts” for the Umai Yomu Anime Blog!
Keeping up with my new tradition (2 posts) of writing about whatever on Sundays, I had the idea of writing about some of the ecchiest anime I’ve seen. The idea came from talking to Lynn Sheridan about Dewbond’s favourite anime, Shinmai Maou no Testament. And that’s about when I figured, why not parse my anime list and pick out the ecchiest of them all?
And that’s where we are now.
Now that you are up to date, let’s talk ecchi anime.
There may be ecchier anime out there, but here is a list of the ecchiest that I personally have watched.
Heads up that I don’t have many ecchi images saved on my computer or on this blog, so none of the pictures I show here have anything to do with anything!
Be warned, this post contains descriptions of ecchi scenes from ecchi anime!
In case you missed it, Lynn Sheridan and I have a collaboration going on for the zombie / ecchi anime Sankarea where we discuss our thoughts! It’s been a fun anime so far, so you should check it out. 🙂
Or don’t.. baka!
This week we covered episodes 4 & 5, which you will find on Lynn’s blog here:
Sankarea: Undying Love (Episodes 4-5) – A Yomu and Lynn Collab — Lynn Sheridan
You can also find the introductory post for this collab on Lynn’s blog.
That’s all for now!
A while back I posted about 9 anime I wanted to rewatch, and if you haven’t noticed, I’ve actually started to follow through with this!
What can I say? I’m a man of my word.
To be honest though, this is something that sort of just happened, or began to happen. And so far, the nostalgia has been outstanding.
This post is my attempt to stall for time while I get some of these rewatch posts ready.