Well I guess I should put some info here, huh?  My name is Jason Thayer, but you can call me rocklobster. I’m a 36 year old shut in with Asperger’s Disorder living in Louisiana. I love Christianity, rock n roll, and anime.  This page is my home for my Christian-based anime reviews. Feel free to ask any questions here.

  1. #1 by eternalneko on September 16, 2011 - 8:21 pm

    Hey! It’s me, TheMewster! 🙂 God bless and what’s upppp?

  2. #3 by cyberpunk otaku on January 23, 2012 - 6:00 pm

    Hello, you know me from CAA, just wanted to give you a link to my blog.

  3. #4 by des on March 9, 2012 - 11:12 am

    I would really appreciate if you could answer my question. 🙂
    I’m a christian but I was wondering as a fellow christian do you think it’s a sin to read manga online?

    • #5 by rocklobsterjwt on March 9, 2012 - 7:22 pm

      It depends. Are you reading the manga illegally or legally? If you’re reading scanlations, then you are reading illegal manga and you are sinning. But if you are perusing the legal sites, like jmanga.com or digitalmanga.com, then that’s fine.

      • #6 by des on March 13, 2012 - 6:46 am

        Thank you for the advice.
        It’s not everyday I see someone online who loves God and Manga/Anime.

  4. #7 by rocklobsterjwt on March 15, 2012 - 6:48 pm

    des, are you a member of Christian Anime Alliance? If not, you should join. You’ll meet a lot of people who share your interests.

  5. #8 by Ben Callegari on October 28, 2015 - 5:35 pm

    Excuse me, but there was something I was wondering. In your review of Cowboy Bebop, you stated “excuse my vulgarity before writing the a-word, and yet, you used that word several times in your review of Soul Eater. I was just wondering why that was. Additionally, on that same topic, how come you only gave certain shows like Cowboy Bebop and even Samurai Champloo a 2 out of 10 with regards to swearing? Cowboy Bebop may not have a ton of coarse language, but it’s definitely enough to warrant more than that, and as far as I know, Samurai Champloo is even worse (no, I haven’t watched it, but I’ve read up about this, and yes, Mugen is quite foul-mouthed). I hope the tone of this message doesn’t seem too critical since that is not my intention, but as you’ve probably gotten the impression of, yes, I’m quite sensitive about profanity, and that’s why I felt I should point these things out. Thank you.

    • #9 by rocklobsterjwt on November 7, 2015 - 10:45 pm

      Thanks. I don’t know why I’ve been so lax about my profanity ratings. I’ll try to be more concrete in the future.

      • #10 by Ben Callegari on January 13, 2017 - 4:00 am

        I know it was a while ago, but thanks for responding to my initial message. For the record, if I were rating the profanity in those series Cowboy Bebop would probably be about a 5 out of 10, whereas from what I know about Samurai Champloo, that would be at least a 6. One more thing though: if a review has a 2 out of 10 for language with no description, doe that mean it’s a pretty sure thing there wasn’t very much, or could it still vary a lot? I’m just asking because I’m considering checking out Black Cat, but I’m not positive if it would fit my standards or not, and that’s what it states. I’m pretty much positive that it’s not terrible in that respect by any stretch, but I’m pretty strict. Cowboy Bebop is probably one of the most “adult” series I’ve ever seen, and I partly went through with that one (apart from my genuine interest) because of its reputation as possibly one of the best series in the entire medium.

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