Adapted from the web novel of the same name by Tang Jia San Shao, The Land of Miracles (Shen Lan Qi Yu Wushuang Zhu) donghua is a beautifully animated project that tells the story of two young men from different domains inside the Land of Miracles, Lan Ge and Fan Hua.
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Adapted from the web novel of the same name by Tang Jia San Shao, The Land of Miracles (Shen Lan Qi Yu Wushuang Zhu) donghua is a beautifully animated project that opens with two young boys, Lan Ge and Fan Hua.
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Bilibili’s classic adaptation of Fei Tian Ye Xiang’s (非天夜翔) web novel “Dinghai Fusheng Lu”, Epic of Divinity Light finally ended on a bizarre note.
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While the world battles the new Covid-Omciron variant and third wave seems to be eminent, the Boy’s Love World is still churning out scrumptious new content.
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Drowning Sorrows in Raging Fire (Lie Huo Jiao Chou) is as emotionally complex and blazingly hot as its title promises it will be. Adapted from Priest’s web novel of the same name, Drowning Sorrows in Raging Fire is a Chinese CGI-animated BL supernatural thriller with a lot of heart.
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Despite the current Covid-19 situation, the BL universe is continuously churning out new dramas at an alarming rate.
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“Immortal arts, magic weapons, magical powers, and the boundless spiritual qi between heaven and earth vanished into obscurity overnight, and all exorcists turned to mere mortals”
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“Even though there are times when we find ourselves in the darkness, eventually we will meet people who will shine their light on us.”
Continue reading “Link Click” Donghua Series Review (Ep.5 to 11) →