In the fall of 2016, after a year-long search, I finally arrived at the world-famous animal crossing in the Indian state of Maharashtra.It was my first time crossing a river and I had to make my way to the edge of the Indian Ocean.I was so excited, I was like, I'm going to the world record!I was in awe of the crossing, the beauty of the view, and the amazing animals and the river.I spent months lo...
I’m a huge fan of the Ghost Stories anime series, but I’m more of a fan than most people of Japanese anime, which is why I grew up loving it.
So I started watching it on a daily basis when I was a kid, even though I didn’t speak Japanese at the time.
It’s not an easy thing to find out.
I had no idea what a ghost story was, and I really enjoyed it at first.
But when I started to really understand the stories, I found it to be more than just an anime.
I felt that I really understood how it was told, because the characters are very likable.
And that was pretty awesome to me.
But the manga really brought me back to that time in my life, which I’m glad that I can see.
As a fan, I can’t help but be inspired by the stories and the artwork.
I think it’s a great way to see things that you may not have experienced.
I don’t know what would have happened if it wasn’t for Ghost Stories.
I was very excited when it was announced that the manga would be adapted into an anime series.
I’ve never watched Ghost Stories, but when it’s confirmed that Ghost Stories will become a live-action movie, I feel really lucky.
There’s a lot of fan-service that I feel like should be included in the movie, and that’s definitely something I’m hoping for.
But I also think that Ghost Tales is a really interesting piece of work that deserves to be seen in a wider world, and it should definitely be considered for an anime adaptation.