I submitted a comment, why hasn’t it appeared?
All comments go through a Moderation Queue that must be approved before processed. This can be as quick as a few minutes or as long as a few hours. Rarely, has there ever been a case it taken longer than a day to appear, or worst case scenario: it gets caught up by the spam filter. However if the comment is breaching one or more of our rules, it will not be permitted through.
As of December 2018, we have tightened out rules in regards to the consequences of toxic behaviour.
For more information, please review our Discussion Policy Here
How do I know if it’s in Moderation Queue?
When you submit a comment, it should tell you that it has been submitted. We are aware of incidents where WordPress has eaten our comments or encountered an error.
To avoid losing what you had just submitted, we advise you copy what you have written prior to submission in case it does act on you. It has happened to all of us at some point or another, it’s always better to be safe than sorry!
Where can I watch Anime?
Compared to how it used to be, there are plentiful of official sources, most of them offer Simulcasts, and have recently expanded to Simuldubs!
- Amazon Prime
- Hulu (*US Only)
If you are one of the unfortunate ones who is unable to access these platforms due to region block, you can always check out alternative streaming sites that is very easy to find on Google.
How are you watching a series that isn’t licensed?
When a series isn’t licensed by any localizer, or in instances it won’t be released until a year later, then that’s where FanSubs come into play.
The speed of Fansubs depends on the individual or group behind it. Some come out within a day it airs, while others can take up to 2 – 5 days (on average), before it’s ready to be shared.
So when we are covering series that depends on FanSubs, the days we get our entries out can vary based on the timing of the Subs’ availability.
What happened to your images in your older posts?
Originally back in 2018, select media content between 2010 – 2013 were annually being purged in efforts to keep the storage space down. It wasn’t until Spring 2019 we had transferred all of our image content to a Cloud Storage.
However as result of that, when it was time to move to a new server, the move would result breaking every image we had until March 30, 2019.
In the end, after accessing how to proceed, we decided since it’s unrealistic for us to manually restore every one of our former writer’s image content, it means the major bulk of the images in our storage serve no purpose other than wasteful space. As result, we decided purged the files that were previously imported onto the cloud, and all the writers who were still on the team in Spring 2020 focused on manually restoring our respective content as far back as they could. The restoration process began in Mid-May 2020, and will take some time. Please note that due to the sheer amount of content, for some who have blogged for over 5 years, they will be focusing more on the series that garner the most attention. As for for writers who have been active for two years or less, they will more likely be able to restore their the majority (if not all) of their respective content.
Can I use your screencaps for my blog?
The short answer is No. It costs a lot of money to host the images. You may use them for graphic purposes such as creating avatars or banners.
You are also forbidden from posting our written content elsewhere. If you wish to share our content with others, the proper way to do so is sharing LINKS to our articles through social media and other means of referrals.
Can I request a series to be covered?
For the time being, we are not taking any requests. In the past we have explored an event known as Readers Request. However it didn’t exactly pan out the way we had hoped. We learned from that experience that readers request, while we may be interested in the show, it can be difficult to fulfill the request especially if it is the type of show we struggle writing about or we end up not liking it as much as we had hoped to.
The name was suggested by a friend of mine when we were brainstorming what to call the blog. We all thought it was funny, so we rolled with it for the shits and giggles. I don’t think any of us actually expected it to take off the way it has.
And contrary to our name, we do our best to provide fair coverage.
How can I join the Team?
First of all, thank you for your interest!
All writers are required to submit an application. Please make sure you carefully review the guidelines before you make your submission.
Read more on how to apply here.
Note: Application Page is Closed and under construction at this time, will be re-opened in the future.
Do The Writers get Paid?
To this day, the answer is No. This is a non-profit blog that is funded by Eva, the writers and our dedicated readers.
As of December 2018, we are formally implemented a Discussion Policy. Please review the rules we have put in place for the comment section below.
So please be nice to one another and have fun!
- Do not ask inappropriate questions (EG: Personal/Sexuality/Political/Religious, Etc…)
Please respect the writers by not asking such questions. Such behaviour will not be accepted and removed.
- Do not be Toxic (EG: Bashing/Flaming/Spamming/Harassments)
We want to encourage friendly discussion, it’s fine to have different opinions and agree to disagree, but please refrain from toxic behaviour such as bashing writers/fellow commenters and characters and creators of the show. There is a fine line between fair criticism vs toxic behaviour, and how you express that opinion must be respectful.
- Do not Shill (aka: brazenly promote your blog/website/channel)
Please don’t. It’s obnoxious. Linking to news related articles or translations that contains more information about a series of subject are permitted.
- When sharing spoilers, PLEASE USE THE SPOILER TAG!
When sharing spoilers, please use the spoiler tag. Comments that contains spoilers (both major and minor subjects) will be deleted. If the user continuously chooses to ignore this rule, they may find themselves on the blacklist. So either use the Spoiler Tag, or else don’t bother sharing spoilers.
How to use Spoiler Tags!
3 STRIKES AND YOU’RE OUT!
If you fail to comply to our rules, you will receive a strike based on the offence.
Offenses resulting Major Strikes:
– Repeated postings of spoilers without spoiler tag
– Toxic behaviour towards writers and/or others
If the user reaches a total of 3 strikes, they will be blacklisted.