Hello, my beautiful folks! Arria here, announcing in delight the successful wrap-up of our first ever blog tour, “Disruptors”, this January. Yay yay!
“To disrupt” has a negative denotation, but rather than looking at the verb in a negative light, we are going to use the verb in a positive way. It’s like the word “protest” which has positive and negative connotations depending on the perspective of the person.
Disruptors: An individual or a group disturbing a system or social norms/conventions that they believe is destroying what is morally right.
Below is the round-up of all the posts written by the participating OWLS members for this blog tour, including yours truly. Please take a few minutes to read all of them. Thank you!
“Disruptors” Blog Tour
2: Bleach – A “Disruptor” in the anime and real world by Matthew Castillo (Matt-in-the-Hat)
6: OWLS Disruptors Blog Tour: Naruto by Katrina Sade (Grimmgirl)
9: Claymore’s 7 Ghosts of the Northern War by Venus (Japanime Talks)
13: “In the Name of Peace” & What is Moral in Mobile Suit Gundam 00 by Arria Cross (Fujinsei)
16: Disrupting Gender in Ouran High School Host Club by LynLyn (Just Something About LynLyn)
20: Connections in Erased and How a Single Person Can Make a Difference by crimson613 (Crimson Blogs)
23: How the Moral Ambiguity of the Bounty Hunter Disrupts the Hero Narrative of Mainstream Anime by Naja B. (Nice Job Breaking It, Hero)
25: The Disruption of the Sibyl System in Psycho-Pass by Pink-chan (Pinky’s Palace)
27: Kiznaiver, Where Change is Worth the Pain by Takuto (Takuto’s Anime Cafe)
30: The Selflessness – Samurai Seven by Lita (LitaKino Anime Corner)
All my participating co-members did an excellent job. Well done, OWLS! l hope you enjoy reading all our tour posts. Please tune in for our next blog tour this February. It’s super exciting, I promise. 😉
I also invite you to join us as an active member, to promote tolerance and acceptance of all human beings through the fandom. If you are interested, feel free to contact and ask us questions about OWLS anytime. Thank you very much. Cheers!
Free to be ME,
Arria (OWLS Secretary)