I’ve had my experience with Anime Listing websites like MyAnimeList and Anime-Planet but there will be another one soon, and… Read More »Hummingbird.ly: Yes/No Concept in my Anime Picking?
Prior to keepsakes., Jay Agonoy has led Deremoe to be a talked-about website serving thought-provoking opinion on the anime and cosplay community in the Philippines. These are the remnants of the now-defunct website.
(Originally published at Deremoe on November 20, 2013.) Let me be frank. Just now, what was supposed to be one… Read More »#AnimaxCarnivalPH2013 Cancelled: Feels (Very) bad, man; but it can’t be helped.
Alongside our events coverage and the still-pending reviews and first impressions that we have to lodge here, we have been… Read More »2015 might be a wonderful year for the Anime fanbase
Today, I am going to discuss a piece of history that should have been relevant to the Philippines’ creative industry… Read More »On Legislature and the Creative Industry
If I were to write like I was a newspaper journalist, I could write something like this: “Six teams from… Read More »The 2015 World Cosplay Summit Philippines National Finals
Last week, Tekken fans and Filipinos alike witnessed the unveiling of a new character which is said to be based… Read More »“El Fili-boom panis!”: Assessing reactions on “Josie Rizal” and its impact on the Pinoy public
During the last days of Deremoe, we were given a chance to be a media partner for the Asia Pop… Read More »Vampy Bit Me on pictorials, food, and her second visit to the Philippines
It’s been a week or two since I rallied for offline viewing and why internet TV providers are making a… Read More »“Master Race events” is just a subjective stance
This is a feature posted on Deremoe on August 8, 2015. So we saw Team Thailand’s skit at World Cosplay… Read More »What do you need to know about Touken Ranbu?
Each year, we go to SM Megamall’s Megatrade Hall for ToyCon 2015 — and while most things haven’t changed (merchandise sales, the… Read More »14th Philippine ToyCon 2015: “Same old, but still fun to check out”