Tag Archives: Aniblog Tourney

19 Reasons You Should Support (vote) for Canne’s Anime Blog !

Addendum July 2, 2012: Canne’s anime review blog had such incredible run in the Aniblog Tourney, advancing to the round of last 8 blogs (Quarter Finals). A thousand thank you to you who has been following and voting for me. Despite our defeat in the Quarter Finals, what we have achieve was nothing short of successful. Thank you again!

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GoGo Yubari chats with Canne and plays ‘Aniblog Tourney word-association game’!

Addendum (June 16, 2012): Thanks to all of you, Canne’s anime review blog advanced to the 4th round (round of 32) of the Second Aniblog Tourney. That means I am currently standing at the same spot I did back in the 2010 tourney just before getting eliminated. Thank you again and see you in the next round! Continue reading

The Aniblog Tourney begins for real: a few words from both persona of Canne

Addendum (May 14, 2012): Canne has advanced to the third round of the 2nd Aniblog Tourney in which only 64 blogs remains to compete. My big thank you goes to all of you my readers, fellow bloggers and friends both old and new. Your support is deeply appreciated. And lastly, I tip my hat to my good friend, Jordan of The Otaku HQ. Don’t forget to visit his blog.

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The 2nd Aniblog Tourney first impression: the Good, the Bad and the Ugly

Yellow Bracket...what a coincidence!

It’s that time of year again. And before I go any further, big salute goes to the tourney staff s who labored for months and finally made the tourney happened again, this time bigger and probably better. As you might have guessed, the final bracket has just arrived and I, as always, have more than a few things to say about it. Continue reading

Closing thoughts on the Aniblog Tourney: a deadly serious business!

anime blogging is a deadly serious business!

Is it just me or the Aniblog Tourney has been less captivating lately? It seems like the topic is getting old but since I have scribbled this draft up for a few weeks already, I think I should just post it and be done with it. This post will mostly focus on my impression and thoughts on the Aniblog Tourney which is now in its final phase. Continue reading

The Grand Duel, the final campaign!

The night is serene, painted with the soothing silvery moonlight. This is a perfect time for the grand duel. Today, my fate will be decided.

Update 22/6/10: the match ends, so does Canne’s run in this Aniblog tourney. Thousands of thanks for your support!

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Canne’s second battle begins!

Updated: The match is now closed. Canne advances to the third round.Thank you, everyone!

go vote or get your head smashed by Gogo's meteor hammer!

It looks like the Aniblog Tourney has recently occupied most of the spaces in my blog. I have published so many posts surrounding this matter that I hardly post any anime review lately. But that does not mean that I haven’t been reviewing anything. I just saved them and planned to release them later. Continue reading

Reaching the second round: a discussion on the match’s complexity and controversy

It felt good, really

Sometimes, miracle happens!

Canne’s anime review blog has just advanced to the second round of the Aniblog Tourney! As many of you might have already noticed, my match against Colony Drop was quite interesting and exciting (at least to me). In fact, it was almost exceptional. In this post, I’ll talk about the noteworthy facts and try to understand what really happened back then. Continue reading

Ready for Battle: Canne is participating the Aniblog Tourney!

Bring it on!

Recently updated on April 23, 2010

You must have already known about this Aniblog Tourney. If not, I’ll brief it to you. Aniblog Tourney is a project created by Scamp and RP. It gathers 96 anime blogs, arrange them so that they compete each other in play-off style. The winners of each round is decided by popular vote. In short, it is the most awesome event in aniblog sphere in years and I, seeded 52,  am also participating! Continue reading