If you’ve been around for a while like I have, you are very familiar with the concept of BL as the umbrella term for all things concerning man/man romance in the Asian realm.
“Never judge a book by its movie”- J.W. Eagan
Every time your favorite book/manga/anime gets adapted, it’s like breathing a fresh life into those characters that you have grown to love.
Music is a powerful thing. Many of us have entire playlists that carry us through different moments in our lives. From heartbreak and grief to romance and joy, music has an incredible way of adding intensity to everyday life.
Whether you’re reading a book, watching a drama, or enjoying a film, there are always moments that leave an impression, moments that stick with a person long after the book, drama, or film has ended.
How do you derive a fixed formula for an exceptional drama- sublime storytelling, excellent cinematography or phenomenal actors?
Stepping foot into the last week of 2021 seems unreal. It has been a magnanimous year in terms of popular BL productions.
LGBTQ Standout Allies are few and far between, but they provide the much needed backup and are a fresh breath of air; as opposed to the stagnant attitude of our pragmatic society.
A drama is special when it can combine comedy, heart, and deeply felt emotions in an intricate balance that connects viewers to the story while also moving their hearts. Japanese BL Kieta Hatsukoi does just that.
Year 2021 witnessed an unprecedented growth rate and success in the Boy’s Love genre.