While we are all pressured to pretend that everything is okay when it is not, One Piece's Ebisu Town encourages us to a more meaningful, hopeful form of grief.
The LTN Writers catalog some of our favorite Black creators of nerdy media.
Dr. Stone warns that things, like science, don't give loyalty or love, and so people must be careful in how they invest their own into them.
Over the Garden Wall illustrates how hope is an integral part of the human experience.
With all of our increased screen time, the Love Thy Nerd writers have compiled a list of TV and anime that restore our faith in humanity.
Beastars shows the difficulty of love between incompatible people. Whether it's requited or not, sometimes denying that love is how to love someone best.
How can nerds show love and protect others during the COVID-19 pandemic?
Many mech animes glorify the violence they depict, but Mobile Suit Gundam Wing doesn't shy away from the human cost of war.
What are some of our favorite characters thankful for? We asked and what we got was a dose of sincerity mixed with a dash of wry wit and a pinch of absurdity.
Have you ever wanted to start watching anime, but were too overwhelmed to start? Brittany Lofland is here to help with some tips for beginners and a list of her 11 top picks.