Doing It Right

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I’ve moved back from Seifuku back to Necro-Flare again. After Seifuku, I’ve learned some new lessons and restarting over here at NF. I actually started this blog a long time ago, although it went inactive and lazyness took over me. In retrospect, I had really bad blog naming skills ._.

Well, lets have a proper introduction this time, shall we?

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I’m Seinime, which came from my old blog Seifuku’s Anime. Seifuku + anime = Seinime. It was Seianime before, but it kept sounding similar to the Hey, Say, Anime blog, so I dropped the a. Sounds good enough to me.

At first, I started Necro-Flare since I really wanted to get to know anime more and actually give something back and provide watchers with highlights and summaries so they know what to watch and what not to watch. I started watching anime classics like Pokemon, Digimon, and Dragonball Z. I liked the action and adventure in all those series.

Afterwards, a couple of my friends introduced me to new anime titles, mainly the popular ones like Bleach/Naruto/One Piece, and I found them to be quite enjoyable. In the past, I’d only watch some anime (mostly action/comedy genred), but I’ve opened my eyes to anime and am starting to watch them more frequently.Thus, I began to blog about what I’d find interesting. However, a lot of things happened, and in a nutshell, I got lazy. Thus, this place was sitting around, collecting dust.

Wanting to help out the community, I tried my hand at scanlating. I found a job at FrankyHouse for the manga Nabari no Ou, since they needed a Chinese -> English translator, so I’d translate a few chapters per week, since it was summer break. It was around 30-40 pages and with a lot of text. However, after summer break ended, I found that it started to get boring, as well as it dragging down my school marks because I spent a lot of time on it. Time to pull out.

I tried starting over in the fansubbing business. I’ve had my hand at quite a few fansubbing groups, like Ayako, AoShen, Aquastar, Paradym, etc. Basically, if any group needed help, I’d come and see if I could help time/translate some episodes. However, due to me still having school at the time, I got caught up in homework, activities and the works, so I decided to quit fansubbing as well. Occasionally, I’d still help out if I had the time.

So finally, I’d try my hand at anime blogging again. My friends and I started Seifuku’s Anime, a blog that aspired to be a fun project, where we’d discuss anime and the works.

It failed. Because of my friends either doing other stuff, or just being plain lazy, it eventually boiled down to the fact that I was the only one left that was actively posting. Epic failed.

Somehow, I foresaw this coming. But, not wanting to give up, I decided to come back here and start over a new leaf. I never really liked the name Seifuku’s Anime anyway (not that I wouldn’t change this one either), since my friend picked the name. Maybe this time, I’ll start solo and work my way up.

So basically, I’m just your friendly Spiderman anime lover/blogger, proudly azn, and I’ve done a lot of things. I’ll be blogging about any anime I find interesting, and maybe manga as well. It’s how you can express your opinion and feelings that got me into blogging, and I don’t feel like giving up yet. Currently, my goals are to learn Japanese (so I can watch te raws =P), and maybe one day, group up with people and make an ultimate team blog.

Of course, I’d appreciate the extra help too, so if you’re interested in blogging or just want to contribute, you can use the contact form. Of course, feel free to send me any comments/suggestions there as well.

Yoroshiku onegaishimasu! (Nice to meet you!)

I plan on going along the list of this season’s anime and doing my impressions on it. Then, I shall compile my watchlist =D

About Seinime

Hey there. I'm Seinime/Sei/Kevin/Kev. Call me any of those. I pretty much like any anime (except yuri/yaoi) and video games. I've been inactive for a while, but I hope to rid myself of these bad habits now =D. I usually post my opinions on stuff or just plain random stuff. I also manage an anime blog of sorts at http://kimagure.animeblogger.net. Yoroshiku onegaishimasu!

8 thoughts on “Doing It Right

  1. Oh god, there’s always a destructive force when it comes to team blogging. I actually wanted to make a team blog back then, but pffft. It’s so hard to see a working team blog nowadays.

  2. Team blogs are overrated imo. And rarely do team blogs actually do joint writings, although THAT has had some good articles from multiple authors (Maria Holic being one that seems to consistently have both Calawain and Crusader), but for the most part a team blog tends to just have more authors and therefore more articles. Not always a bad thing, but nothing you can’t do on your own. Don’t get me wrong, I read THAT and Hey, Say, Anime and read Oi! Hayaku when it was still alive, but it’s a helluva lot of effort that really doesn’t need to be spent. Then again, I’m a lazy bastard and just write whatever and whenever I want :D

  3. Even when it’s a teamblog, people have to take the initiative to do something. If people don’t… oh well!

    But yeah, Team Blogs would work out when everyone is motivated and sorts… lol.

    And really though… Necro-Flare >_>.

    But then again, you’re very determined this time round, and I’ll support you all the way if needed! Just don’t get the wrong idea xD.

  4. Yeah, I didn’t know what necro meant up until a while later…

    Lesson 1: Don’t pick names you think are “cool” until you know what they mean…

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