*Puts on sunglasses*
There’s no denying that high expectations of a series are based on how outstanding its other titles are. There is so much I’ve come to expect of Atlus after I became an avid SMT with DS, SJ, and Nocturne, continuously open to dive deeper into their world. The Fall comes and Persona 4 anime is announced and there comes the moment when the biggest decision is to watch or not watch an adaptation of a game you hadn’t touched before. After some thinking I said to myself why not? Let’s just watch this. Continue reading
and we’re entering the realm of self-deprecating titles.
Good thing they have a sense of humor. It’s an odd feeling when a light novel doesn’t always act like it is a light novel adaptation. That’s the vibe I get from them as of late. Some story, a point to make, moderate doses of fanservice, no imouto, no bentou making involved, not too forced slapstick comedy, no lead who talks himself more than he should, no cardboard characters. Color me surprise latest LN adaptation. You’re mad, Haganai. Mad I say. Continue reading
Chihaya tactical push!
Chihayafuru is the type of show that solely based on the synopsis and no paying attention to the studio in question one would dismiss it as yet another generic, factory manufactured material or by one that is too dissimilar to one’s own tastes to like. The big news is that Chihayafuru is better than that.
I seriously like how Chihayafuru starts. It shows a dreadfully cliché list of sequences, the school gate, the ever-present cherry blossoms, and the students rushing to class. It’s like something gotten out of the school anime book, then it throws you curve ball with the oddball of a bishoujo looking to get members for an unpopular club. Chihayafuru you have my attention. Continue reading
In the future, also, we have half-naked men running around, women are either pettanko or double DDs. They forgot to mention that too. Lack of enough info dump.
Now we know. Ok, seriously. Why is anime so confusing lately? I don’t mean that it’s intricate with so much depth that the concepts are hard to grasp in one go. I mean the total opposite, I’m talking about shows presented in a fashion so stripped from any sense that makes sense only to the creators of the show. This is something that I’d like to address in greater detail at some point, but I’ll leave that discussion for later. Anime, start making sense from the start or at least give us something that tells us you’re doing it on purpose. Continue reading
> Riddle me this. If a show is great but no one watches it. Is it still any good?
> Answer: Ask yourself.
I’m not a stranger to puzzles and I feel like solving a Sudoku whenever I’m up for it. Actually, that’s just euphemism for Keikakudoori getting all giddy whenever there’s theory crafting involved. I love solving them and also love watching others solve them. Phi Brain sounded like the type of anime I’d be interested if I was looking for an animated version of a story relating to puzzles. The result wasn’t quite all it. Continue reading
It’s all vibrant pastel-like colors in world of slice of life light novels. It remains a big mystery whether or not they are all animated by one studio going by different names because it is basically the name product elevated to x power. We’ll just give CxCxC the benefit of the doubt on that.
After watching C3, otherwise CubexCursedxCurious, otherwise C Cube, otherwise whathaveyou I don’t feel as bad at about it as I did when I first watched it. It’s still one of those common simple fun, eye candy anime which plays it safe by following known to man rules about making a romance comedy show work with its biggest downside is adding little new to the genre. Continue reading
It does sound a lot cooler when you say it like that
It shall hereby be called Dansu from now on. Hold a sec, did Dansu just outdo Ookami-san and Gosick at the same time or was it just as bad? Lies. I couldn’t finish neither but surely it couldn’t be worse than Ookami-san. Let’s ask J.C Staff and wait for it to get back to us..
- You know next season. Continue reading