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I recently finished watching the anime M3 -Sono Kuroki Hagane*1. When I looked this anime up online, I didn't find very much about it. It's Wikipedia page is insane*2, and MAL's forums are still down so I can't check episode reaction threads (though those wouldn't help much anyways).
It's started to bother me lately that though we live in a time where most anime is streamable*3 to you Western punks who don't even appreciate it, detailed information about specific series is lacking. It used to be commonplace to see people fill wikis with every last detail about something until you started to wonder if they'd watched the show frame by frame to capture every detail.
Now, everything is mostly reaction threads on MAL and reddit, with the odd full wikia once in a while. Wikia is another thing that bothers me; it's format is clunky and ridiculous, it's pages are 50% advertorials for comic book TV shows and movies and for some reason it allows you change the shape of the browser cursor into a thing that in no way works.
A lot of the time, you have to know what you're searching for because finding pages is a headache, and most of them are edited in formats that boggle the mind.
Of course, I could just up and take all of my notes and turn them into a super-detailed Wikipedia page, but I kind of find Wikipedia too formal for this sort of thing. Plus, I have lots of information that is technically irrelevant to M3 as a series, like notes on who worked behind the scenes and what they've done before and after it.
I could also start a blog, which would probably score me a way better Google search ranking if I use Wordpress or Blogger, but this project won't last very long; definitely nowhere near long enough to justify a whole blogger account.
Also I didn't do detailed episode notes, just notes on everything else, so don't expect a whole episode guide.
*1 M3 apparently stands for Mortal Metal Memories,
*2 Direct quote: "Akashi is a thin young male who is popular with the ladies."
*3 Another big reason I wanted to do this is that M3 is actually legally unavailable in English since it's streaming service DAISUKI shut down.