On the day I write this post, I’ve watched both the endings of Legend of Korra and Fate Zero in the course of 2 hours. Knowing myself when it comes to finales, this was a f*****g stupid idea but I went ahead with it anyway.
So today’s post, whenever the hell this finally goes up, would be about my impressions to both of the finales of these wonderful shows I enjoyed. There’s going to be a lot of imcomprehensible text in the next 5 or 6 paragraphs so beware!
And if you’re too stupid to realize, there will be spoilers to both Fate Zero Season 2 and Avatar: Legend of Korra.
Hey guys, this is your newest writer on the block, ilegendC! Hope you guys enjoy my little short episodic review~
Know Your Anime:
The year is 2046. Haruyuki Arita is a young boy who finds himself on the lowest social rungs of his school. Ashamed of his miserable life, Haruyuki can only cope by indulging in virtual games. But that all changes when Kuroyukihime, the most popular girl in school, introduces him to a mysterious program called Brain Burst and a virtual reality called the Accel World.
(Source: VIZ Media)
Accel World is just your average virtual world online fighting anime. And no, this is not like Street Fighter or Tekken.. It takes place within the virtual world, something they called the “accelerated world”, hence the name Accel World.
Thanks to desperate persuasion by SleepyNoYume and LessThanFree, compounded by extreme boredom on Saturday night, I began watching Haiyore Nyaruko-san. Personally, I was already prejudiced against this anime. The blurb doesn’t exactly put it in a good light. As a side note, the basis for both (Sleepy and Free) argument why I should watch this was “You’ll love it! There’s a DFC redheaded twintails girl that’s into Yuri!” It’s not word for word but that’s the general idea. To be honest, that was only enough to pique my interest but not enough to convince me to watch it.
But alas, the power of boredom on a weekend night. I torrented the first 3 eps and watched them over a nice big bowl of Japanese curry (Which was bloody excellent. My mum’s a great cook ;D).
What a title for this episode. “Day of the Promise”, it makes this episode sound so serious and like somebody died or something. But then, it’s just a day to drink coffee with Miketsukami.
This episode has weird scenes in it does it not?
I am seriously running out of ways to start the post, so today, I’ll try this. (Monotone Voice) Another episode of Danshi Koukousei no Nichijou, this time episode 9. Please enjoy.
(Usual Hyper Voice) Yay! This time I guess the main theme for this episode is INSANITY. But that’s the theme for every episode. Guess I’ll stick to is all the same.
When we left of last time, it was the touching part already, however this show does not want to let go of your heart strings so easily but let’s save that for later! So far I have to say that I am extremely glad that PapaKiki has 26 episodes, because every episode just let you feel so relaxed, like it somewhat heals you.
Since we left of, Yuuta managed to man up and take care of the three girls, in the process, pissing off every single of the girls relatives. On the bright side, the girls will still be together. But I have to say that guy has balls, but does not really think ahead.
So far I have to say that I enjoyed every single anime I have decided to watch. InuxBoku SS has proved to be enjoyable, though not the top notch kind of anime, it is still a fantastic anime to watch and I strongly recommend you to watch it if you have much free time. Now, on to the talk about the episode!
When we left off at episode 1, we already know that the house, Ayakashi Kan, is meant for people who have a part supernatural form along with the usual human form people usual have. Other words they can transform into other creatures. Seeing that Ririchiyo-sama is staying in this house, it has led me to think that she is part-supernatural. We get a simple explanation at the start of the episode that the house is meant for the part-supernaturals to have a place to stay as at night their weird combination of human and monster attracts real monsters to them. So the house is a place for them to be safe.
Remember back at the first post about PapaKiki, the part where I said that the characters only have on trait and that the show might make me feel really emotional near the end? Turns out I was dead wrong. As dead as those girls parents. (Missing more like, but I wanted to be punny!)
The first week of anime is over and now since it is the second week, the second episodes come out. (Duh) So once again, it is Symphogear’s second episode, not really once again since this is the first time. I’m not making any sense again, moving on.
This is the final anime I plan to watch every week this season. InuxBoku SS. Which literally translate to Me with My Dog Secret Service. I am not kidding. But turns out, neither is this anime when it comes to awesomeness.