I know long time fans of Twilight Zones might find more to quibble about than I, a relative newcomer to this world, but overall I really enjoyed this reboot of the Twilight Zone.
Life is tough for a highschool kid who is just trying to fit in. Especially when that high school kid is a tall gray wolf who, after an already myserious murder of an alpaca student, nearly kills a white bunny student himself only to stop at the last minute. She runs away wounded but safe, while he’s left confused with both feelings of predatory urges and---love?
Kingdom has it all: the fast zombies of 28 Days Later, the political scheming of A Game of Thrones, and the humanity driven drama of The Walking Dead.
In an effort to reach out to other users who share like-minded interests after relaunching and rebranding under Centaku Media, I created a Twitch account back in 2015, where I’ve streamed Dragonball Xenoverse, Final Fantasy XIV, and Overwatch. 2018 has been a year where I’ve attempted to set up a stream schedule, due to the convenience of living 10 minutes away from where I work, and the long breaks in between.
However, due to the growing workload, and the sleep difficulties of being a third-shift employee, I have been unable to keep my schedule. Now that I am in a different role at my job, and with slightly more free time, I’ve been streaming on certain days that work for me between writing new posts, and other duties of being an adult. There is also the option of having an impromptu stream during the week. Despite the efforts of keeping a consistent schedule, and finding the perfect game to stream, it’s difficult to find the viewer draw; It’s hard to compete with 10,000+ people playing Overwatch, as well as Fortnite, at any given time.
The idea for this edition of Channel Surfing came as this: In a random quest to find Korean anime on YouTube at 3 AM, I came across this series called “Flowering Heart”. It’s probably what you think it is: a magical girl anime series–that tackles issues as such in 10 minutes every week.
Each episode is roughly 12 minutes long, and there are two seasons of the show that began in 2016. It’s a Korean anime series targeted to “tweens”, as described in the description and video titles. What really caught my attention is that it has an English dub, which can be viewed right now on the series official YouTube channel.
For those who keep up with Asian Dramas and Dubbed Anime will be looking for alternatives in the coming days, if not a couple of weeks. It was announced two weeks ago that previously independently-owned DramaFever, which was acquired by Warner Bros., shut down its streaming service on the day of the announcement. Crunchyroll, on the other hand, will have a slightly smaller streaming library.