Miscellany Monday…On A Wednesday?!

Yep, this is actually happening. Normally we would do this blog segment every Monday night for your enjoyment, but due to our hectic ‘real world’ schedule we’ve decided that for this week only, we were going to do this segment tonight. Now that we’ve cleared that path, here’s what we’ve got for you on this special night of lesser-known anime titles…


Do you love anime titles about shrine maidens and fox spirits? Then why not check out this supernatural comedy known as Gingitsune! The story is about Makoto Saeki, a young girl who is the daughter of a shrine priest who has been given a gift called ‘The Sight’ after the death of her mother. During the funeral Makoto met an anthropomorphic fox spirit named Gintaro, who has decided to make her the fifteenth generation heiress. Even though there are times when Gintaro feels unmotivated and acts a bit rude, he and Makoto manage to maintain a good relationship with one another. Since she’s the only person who can actually see him, Makoto and Gintaro decide to become something of a ‘go-between’ for gods and humans in order for them to do whatever they can to help those that come to the shrine. You can check out this series on FunimationNow and of course, Crunchyroll!

If you haven’t heard the news yet we now have our own Patreon page, where fans can donate/pledge to our page in order for us to bring you better videos (hopefully in 60 FPS), exculsive voice actor interviews, and even a fancast podcast series! We want to take what you love about D&A Anime Blog to the next level, but we need your help!

Just head to https://patreon.com/daanimeblog2016 to check out our page and donate (if you wish). Well guys that’ll about do it on our end, but stay tuned for more fun and excitement as we bring you more additions to our Voice Actor Spotlight series, and updates about the Kontrol Room music playlist! As always, make D&A a part of you, and we’ll make you a part of us! 🙂

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