Umineko Twilight 51 – The Last Battle of the End of a Certain World (Row Row Fight the Power)

Umineko Twilight 51 blogging

Do the impossible. See the invisible. ROW ROW FIGHT THE POWER
Punch the unpunchable. Break the unbreakable. ROW ROW FIGHT THE POWER
Solve the unsolvable. ROW ROW FIGHT BERNKASTEL
Troll the untrollable. ROW ROW FIGHT THE WITCHES
"what you gonna do is what you wanna do
 just break the rule, then you see the truth"

> Battler you magnificent son of a bitch. Continue reading


Umineko Twilight Debauchery – 50 –The /A/nonymous Goat Orgy

In so many more levels than you’re imaging. Two more entries and it’s over. R07 the ever notorious writer behind the Naku Koro Ni series is one of the few writers who calls me names, trolls me, kicks me in the balls and still manages to have my respect. But there’s a good reason for that – he can write. Continue reading

Umineko Requiem 46 [FINAL] – The Best Tea Party Ever

Only you Ryukishi. Only you. Requiem comes down like a hammer giving the world a metaphorical middle finger while it indulges in its theatergoer ways. And we are so ok with it. This Tea Party was the whole package. These games aim is to always top themselves on a different aspects. This Tea Party is practically everything everyone wanted to read, had theorized, and didn’t want to hear. The Best Tea Party Ever. Continue reading

Umineko Requiem 42 – Ecco qui Umineko in Modo Facile

Right-O. What everybody wants. Dear, Lie-Alaia, l&d-circulation and company. You are all amazing for having eeriest most strangely soothing bgs to date, I feel I’m being sucked into the sea of fragments of desire. I tell you one day we’ll have a My Italian Coach. One day, I tell you. Continue reading

Umineko Requiem 41 – This is Why We Can’t Have Nice Things

The return of the cynical and whimsical detective.

Just when we thought we couldn’t get any more morbid. It’s Witch day, theatergoers and it’s Requiem – the invitation to the grandstands of theatergoing. Y’know, it’s kinda hard to argue with a guy whose name has the word “Wright” in it.  Don’t y’ know?  Continue reading