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Summer 2007 Preview!

We’re now just two weeks away from the new season, so it’s time for another preview! This summer is filled with plenty of new adaptations along with several sequels, including fan favorites Zero no Tsukaima and Higurashi. In fact, I think the only new show this season that is not based on a manga, game, novel, or previous anime is CODE-E. Anyway, before we get started, a few notes. As usual, I’ll watch the first episode of most shows within certain parameters (in other words, not the kiddie shows), and what I list here are the chances of me actually blogging something based on my initial impressions from promotional material. However, even if I list the chances for a show as good or guaranteed, it doesn’t necessarily mean I’ll stick with it for more than a few episodes.

By no means does this list reflect all of the anime that are going to be aired, though I did try to be as comprehensive as I could. Check out MOON PHASE for an entire listing, syoboi’s calendar for specific air-times, and AndrewLB’s Summer 2007 Wiki for who’s tentatively subbing what.

Technical Note: All times are given in a 24-hour, relative-day format where times are extended to show which day they belong to. For instance, Friday morning at 1:30AM would become Thursday at 25:30 to show that the episode aired late Thursday night.

tetsuko Tetsuko no Tabi
http://tetsuko.jp/
Premieres June 24th, 2007
Airtime in Japan (JST, GMT+9): Sundays at 10:00
Airtime in U.S. (EDT, GMT-4): Saturdays at 21:00
Information Links: ANN Encyclopedia, AnimeNfo, syoboi
If you don’t know the name Yokomi Hirohiko, I don’t blame you. He’s infamous for supposedly being the first man in Japan to have visited every single one of its 9843 train stations. Tetsuko no Tabi is based on his experience and travels with a not-entirely-thrilled manga-ka across various stations. It’s a unique concept, but I don’t know if a show like this will be able to keep my interest.
Odds I’ll Blog This: Poor
nanatsuiro Nanatsuiro Drops
http://www.nanatsuiro.com/
Premieres July 2nd, 2007
Airtime in Japan (JST, GMT+9): Mondays at 25:40
Airtime in U.S. (EDT, GMT-4): Mondays at 12:40
Information Links: ANN Encyclopedia, AnimeNfo, syoboi
So there’s this boy who drinks a suspicious juice that turns him into a stuffed animal whenever it gets dark. He has to collect something called Star Drops in order to return himself to normal, and to do it, he needs the help of a special magical girl from his class, but he can’t let her know about his identity or else he’ll be stuck as a stuffed animal forever. The trailer for this on the official site caught my eye, but reports from the special screening of the first episode haven’t exactly been good. It is the only new show premiering on Mondays for the summer though, so that gives it a much better chance in terms of me blogging it.
Odds I’ll Blog This: Good
buzzer beater BUZZER BEATER
http://www.ntv.co.jp/buzzer/
Premieres July 3rd, 2007
Airtime in Japan (JST, GMT+9): Tuesdays at 24:56
Airtime in U.S. (EDT, GMT-4): Tuesdays at 11:56
Information Links: ANN Encyclopedia
I knew the title of this sounded familiar – it’s already been animated once in 2005. The show is about a boy who joins an interstellar basketball team, and it’s a remake the original with reportedly better animation quality. Even so, I didn’t watch the 2005 series and I have no plans to watch this one.
Odds I’ll Blog This: Poor
doujin Doujin Work
http://www.doujin.tv/
Premieres July 3rd, 2007
Airtime in Japan (JST, GMT+9): Tuesdays at 25:30
Airtime in U.S. (EDT, GMT-4): Tuesdays at 12:30
Information Links: ANN Encyclopedia, AnimeNfo, syoboi
Based on the 4-koma work by Hiroyuki, this show is about a girl getting involved in the process of creating doujinshi. The character designs and art style look appealing, but since this is supposed to be a comedy, I’ll have to see if the first episode is funny and worth the time.
Odds I’ll Blog This: Decent
umisho Kenko Zenrakei Suieibu Umisho
http://www.umisho.com/
Premieres July 3rd, 2007
Airtime in Japan (JST, GMT+9): Tuesdays at 26:00
Airtime in U.S. (EDT, GMT-4): Tuesdays at 13:00
Information Links: ANN Encyclopedia, AnimeNfo, syoboi
From mangaka Hattori Mitsuru comes a series about a boy who is the manager of a high school swim club, but he doesn’t like water that’s more than knee-deep, stemming from a mermaid encounter in his childhood. The club gets joined by an energetic girl transferring from Okinawa, and since Hattori Mitsuru’s mangas tend to have an ecchi aspect to them, this girl’s quirks include swimming naked and wearing a swimsuit instead of normal underwear. It’s being worked on by Artland though, and I haven’t been a huge fan of the series they’ve animated.
Odds I’ll Blog This: Decent
school days2 School Days
http://www.schooldays-anime.com/
Premieres July 3rd, 2007
Airtime in Japan (JST, GMT+9): Tuesdays at 26:15
Airtime in U.S. (EDT, GMT-4): Tuesdays at 13:15
Information Links: ANN Encyclopedia, AnimeNfo, syoboi
School Days is based on a game from a couple of years ago that was popular for its large amount of animated sequences and its many different endings to a plot which involves a love triangle between a boy and two girls. For better or worse, it’s probably known most for the level of blood and violence in a few of those endings (and perhaps for the male lead being “one of the most pathetic adult game protagonists ever”). Now I don’t know how much those bad endings or violence will play into this animated version since I doubt this will get an R-15 rating, but regardless, I’ve heard good things and am really looking forward to seeing it.
Odds I’ll Blog This: Guaranteed
zombie loan ZOMBIE-LOAN
http://www.zombie-loan.com/
Premieres July 3rd, 2007
Airtime in Japan (JST, GMT+9): Tuesdays at 26:40
Airtime in U.S. (EDT, GMT-4): Tuesdays at 13:40
Information Links: ANN Encyclopedia, AnimeNfo, syoboi
As the title implies, ZOMBIE-LOAN has zombies, though it also has Shinigami. Based on a manga by the popular duo PEACH-PIT, the story here has a special girl who possesses Shinigami Eyes (yes, the same terminology from DEATH NOTE) that allow her to see dark rings that appear around people’s necks before they die. Two of her classmates have these rings but are still alive because they made a deal to hunt zombies in exchange for living through an accident, and of course she gets involved with them. This sounds like it could be an interesting action show, and it has the same director (Nishimori Akira) and production team (XEBEC M2) as Hitohira.
Odds I’ll Blog This: Decent
code e CODE-E
http://avexmovie.jp/lineup/code-e/
Premieres July 3rd, 2007
Airtime in Japan (JST, GMT+9): Tuesdays at 26:43
Airtime in U.S. (EDT, GMT-4): Tuesdays at 13:43
Information Links: ANN Encyclopedia, AnimeNfo, syoboi
I saw the word “CODE” and the first thing that popped into my mind was CODE GEASS, but alas, this has nothing to do with that. CODE-E is about a girl who radiates electromagnetic waves when her emotions run high, which of course makes it hard for her to use electronic devices. At her new school, she encounters a boy who wants to study her “TYPE-E” power, and since this is supposed to be a love comedy, I would guess that she starts to like him or something. The promotional video made it look interesting, but it’ll have to stand out among the other potentially good shows coming on Tuesdays (as you can see above).
Odds I’ll Blog This: Decent
mushi uta Mushi-Uta
http://www.wowow.co.jp/anime/mushi-uta/
Premieres July 5th, 2007
Airtime in Japan (JST, GMT+9): Thursdays at 24:00
Airtime in U.S. (EDT, GMT-4): Thursdays at 11:00
Information Links: ANN Encyclopedia, AnimeNfo, syoboi
In the world that Mushi-Uta takes place in, there are insects known as Mushi that eat a person’s dreams, but in exchange grant that person paranormal powers. These people become known as Mushitsuki, and when their dream gets completely eaten, they die. The story here involves a boy who meets a girl that is a runaway from a secret facility where Mushitsuki are held, and how they get involved in a conflict between a government organization and a resistance organization. The plot sounds like it could be interesting, but past that, nothing much about this show gets me really excited. I’ve never even heard of the studio doing the animation production, BEAT FROG, and the director Sakai Kazuo seems fairly untested in that position so far.
Odds I’ll Blog This: Decent
sky girls Sky Girls
http://www.konami.jp/visual/skygirls/
Premieres July 5th, 2007
Airtime in Japan (JST, GMT+9): Thursdays at 25:28
Airtime in U.S. (EDT, GMT-4): Thursdays at 12:28
Information Links: ANN Encyclopedia, syoboi
With the apparent success of the OVA that was released last year, Sky Girls is being made into a 26-episode television series being animated by J.C.Staff. For those of you who may be unfamiliar with the story, it takes place in a time when a third of mankind was wiped out by an enemy known as Worms. Mankind had to resort to using weapons of mass destruction to win, but 10 years later, Worms return. The name Sky Girls refers to the special few who pilot large mechanical frames called Sonic Drivers into battle. Anyway, the original OVA got fairly mixed reviews since it basically boiled down to lolis + mecha with some good quality animation. I don’t know how the new series will turn out, but on the plus side, the star-studded cast is returning, including the likes of Kawasumi Ayako, Itou Shizuka, and Horie Yui.
Odds I’ll Blog This: Decent
potemayo Potemayo
http://www.potemayo.com/
Premieres July 6th, 2007
Airtime in Japan (JST, GMT+9): Fridays at 25:30
Airtime in U.S. (EDT, GMT-4): Fridays at 12:30
Information Links: ANN Encyclopedia, AnimeNfo, syoboi
Another show based on a 4-koma manga, Potemayo is a mysterious female, uh, living thing that comes out of the main character’s refrigerator and doesn’t speak normally though she can read people’s minds. This is slice of life comedy is about her, her counterpart called Guchuko (who carries the scythe), the main character, and his middle school friends. For me, the main thing this show has going for it is that its being worked on by J.C.Staff, directed by Ikehata Takehashi who also did Genshiken, and has Kawasumi Ayako and Kugimiya Rie in it. Still, those things alone probably aren’t enough to get me to watch it.
Odds I’ll Blog This: Poor
higurashi Higurashi no Naku Koro ni Kai
http://www.oyashirosama.com/web/
Premieres July 6th, 2007
Airtime in Japan (JST, GMT+9): Fridays at 26:30
Airtime in U.S. (EDT, GMT-4): Fridays at 13:30
Information Links: ANN Encyclopedia, AnimeNfo, syoboi
The sequel to the popular bloody psychological horror from last spring promises more of the same with three more arcs including an anime-original one. There was a lot of criticism of the first series because of the way Studio DEEN handled it, and for better or worse, Studio DEEN and staff is back for this one. I personally haven’t seen the first series and aren’t a fan of any horror type shows, so the chances of me picking this up aren’t great, but maybe Jaalin will.
Odds I’ll Blog This: Decent
zetsubou Sayonara Zetsubou Sensei
http://www.starchild.co.jp/special/zetsubou/
Premieres July 7th, 2007
Airtime in Japan (JST, GMT+9): Saturdays at 24:30
Airtime in U.S. (EDT, GMT-4): Saturdays at 11:30
Information Links: ANN Encyclopedia, AnimeNfo, syoboi
The name for this series comes from the Japanese word for despair and how the main character’s name can be interpreted that way if you write it horizontally instead of vertically. Fittingly, that main character is a very negative teacher and the manga opens up with him trying to hang himself before he gets saved by one of his very positive-attitude student who thinks he was trying to get taller. The manga is full of jokes and gags, and I find it rather appropriate that SHAFT and Shinbou Akiyuki will be working on this series (along with a fairly talented cast including Inoue Marina, Gotou Yuuko, and Nonaka Ai). This probably means that those of you who liked Pani Poni Dash!, Hidamari Sketch, and/or Negima!? have a good chance of enjoying this one too.
Odds I’ll Blog This: Good
znt Zero no Tsukaima ~Futatsuki no Kishi~
http://www.zero-tsukaima.com/
Premieres July 8th, 2007
Airtime in Japan (JST, GMT+9): Sundays at 24:30
Airtime in U.S. (EDT, GMT-4): Sundays at 11:30
Information Links: ANN Encyclopedia, AnimeNfo, syoboi
Also back with a second series is Zero no Tsukaima (with a new director), but unfortunately, only for another 12 episodes. I had really been hoping for it to be 24 episodes, and this short length makes me wonder if the series will be able to adapt the novel’s story well enough. In any case, the new season promises more of Louise and Saito (come to think of it, it’s been a while since I last heard Hino Satoshi in a main role) along with several new characters including Louise’s two older sisters Cattleya and Eleonore, the latter of whom is being voiced by Inoue Kikuko. Needless to say, I’ll definitely be watching this.
Odds I’ll Blog This: Guaranteed
moetan Moetan
http://www.ink-chan.com/
Premieres July 8th, 2007
Airtime in Japan (JST, GMT+9): Sundays at 25:30
Airtime in U.S. (EDT, GMT-4): Sundays at 12:30
Information Links: ANN Encyclopedia, AnimeNfo, syoboi
Moetan was originally an English language study aid aimed at teaching otaku by using game and animated related phrases. It included gems like “When I fell in love with the her, I thought that the girl was my stepsister. I bet if I had known she was my real sister, I would not have fallen in love with her.” and “My friend found the picture I was hiding, so I tricked him by saying I have a sister that is a primary school student” and “All guys who like small breasts have large ones themselves.” Of course, there’s no guarantee that phrases like those are going to make it into the anime, but I think this show has the potential to be hilarious in so many different ways if executed correctly. Popular voice actress Tamura Yukari will be taking the lead role, and I’ve heard her English isn’t that bad, so I’m quite excited to see this.
Odds I’ll Blog This: Guaranteed
mononoke Mononoke
http://www.mononoke-anime.com/
Premieres July 12th, 2007
Airtime in Japan (JST, GMT+9): Thursdays at 24:45
Airtime in U.S. (EDT, GMT-4): Thursdays at 11:45
Information Links: ANN Encyclopedia, AnimeNfo, syoboi
The next show in the noitaminA programming block (currently occupied by Nodame Cantabile) is based on the third arc of the Ayakashi~ Japanese Classic Horror anime that aired in the same timeslot last year. Many have said that the third arc – which was about a mysterious medicine seller faced against a cat monster that was murdering people – was the best of the three, and this new series involves the medicine seller’s encounters with five different monsters from Japanese folklore over the course of 12 episodes. The art style is very traditional looking and differs greatly from what you usually see, but that gives it a very unique feel. It’ll be interesting for me to see if Toei can do a good job in making this into a full series.
Odds I’ll Blog This: Decent
shigurui Shigurui
http://www.wowow.co.jp/anime/shigurui/
Premieres July 19th, 2007
Airtime in Japan (JST, GMT+9): Thursdays at 23:30
Airtime in U.S. (EDT, GMT-4): Thursdays at 10:30
Information Links: ANN Encyclopedia, AnimeNfo
Shigurui is the ultra-violent samurai manga that starts with a tournament in the sixth year of the Kan’ei era (1629) between two swordsmen – one who is blind and one who has only one arm – who have an interconnected past. The ultra-violence probably requires some emphasizing because there are some parts of the manga that are extremely graphic (the very first few pages features a man who pulls out his own intestines), and WOWOW has already taken the step of giving the animated version an R-15 rating. From what I’ve read in the manga, this doesn’t look to be my type of series, so the odds are pretty low that I’ll blog it.
Odds I’ll Blog This: Poor
baccano Baccano!
http://www.baccano.jp/
Premieres July 26th, 2007
Airtime in Japan (JST, GMT+9): Thursdays at 24:30
Airtime in U.S. (EDT, GMT-4): Thursdays at 11:30
Information Links: ANN Encyclopedia, AnimeNfo, syoboi
Baccano! is a show that intrigues me quite a bit because it has such a wide and diverse cast of characters. Although the back-story involves a group of alchemists who received a liquor of immortality from a demon in the 1700s, the main story takes place in America in the 1930s during Prohibition and involves those alchemists along with mobsters, thieves, terrorists, delinquents, murderers, and even a ghost. Having such a large cast probably wouldn’t work so well for a short series, but if this manages to be longer than 13 episodes, I think it could be a lot of fun. The trailer certainly had plenty of energy and music, and interestingly enough, several of the key staff positions (director, character designer, series planner, sound director, and music composer) all worked together in the past on Koi Kaze. In any case, I’m looking forward to this quite a bit.
Odds I’ll Blog This: Good
tokyo majin Tokyo Majin Gakuen Kenpucho Tou Dai Ni Maku
http://www.majin.tv/
Premieres July 27th, 2007
Airtime in Japan (JST, GMT+9): Fridays at 23:00
Airtime in U.S. (EDT, GMT-4): Fridays at 10:00
Information Links: ANN Encyclopedia, AnimeNfo, syoboi
This is the second season of the action show that started this past winter season. Whereas the first season featured the battle with villain Kozonu Tendou, this next one will involve the 12 heavenly generals. Honestly though, I missed the first season, so I doubt I’ll be watching this.
Odds I’ll Blog This: Poor

The above list totals the 19 shows that will be premiering in July with Tetsuko no Tabi being the sole exception since it starts in June. As expected, that is significantly less than fall and spring seasons – good for me in terms of time it takes to write a preview, but not so good in terms of number of potentially good shows. The only two July shows I didn’t preview are Happy Happy Clover because it’s very clearly a kids show and Votoms: Pailsen Files because it doesn’t have an airdate yet. CODE GEASS‘s 24th and 25th episodes also are slated air in the summer, but those don’t have a date yet either, and I’ve given those enough coverage already to mention them here again. Looking further ahead, August will bring the next season of Bokusatsu Tenshi Dokuro-chan and also the new series Miyori no Mori, but unfortunately, I find that I have a very poor track record in picking up new shows mid-season after I’ve already established a blogging schedule. Overall, I personally can probably afford to pick up three or four new series, and several of the above shows have a lot of promise, so maybe Jaalin can be convinced to take up another one too.

Like last season, I’ve uploaded a torrent with the promotional videos and commercials of many of the shows I’ve just talked about. Included in the pack (11 files total) are: Baccano! (PV), CODE-E (PV), Doujin Work (PV), Higurashi (PV), Mushi-Uta (CM), Nanatsuiro Drops (PV and Special), Shigurui (Two PVs), Sky Girls (PV), and Testuko no Tabi (PV).
Torrent Link.

As a side note, I noticed that this site crossed over 10 million hits right as I was publishing this preview. :D

The important question is of course, what are you going to be watching?
As always, Comments, Questions, and Suggestions are welcome.

June 18, 2007 at 2:35 am
131 comments »
  • June 19, 2007 at 12:10 amAnima015

    Mushi-Uta , sky girls , zero no Tsukaima , Baccano! are a must Shigurui , Moetan

    , ZOMBIE-LOAN got to check out and if i see Tokyo Majin Gakuen Kenpucho Tou Dai Ni Maku

    i got to pick up the first season.

  • June 19, 2007 at 3:10 amRaito

    Can’t wait for Tokyo Majin (just want to watch Tatsuma actually).

    Looking forward to Mushi-Uta, ZOMBIE-LOAN, and the 2nd Zero no Tsukaima.

    Ah…news shows…how fun. ^_^

    00ops….

  • June 19, 2007 at 3:29 amOmni

    Mare: Having not seen the first season of Tokyo Majin, I’m merely going by what syoboi currently says it’s pronounced as. Direct me to a Japanese source that says otherwise and I’ll change it.

  • June 19, 2007 at 4:49 amShinji103

    Moetan – Holy Hell, Yukari Tamura?! The girl’s outfit on the main page of the website scared me off a little, but if there’s Yukari Tamura Godess-ness in it, I can put up with a series, no matter how bad it is! :D

  • June 19, 2007 at 5:44 amMaxmilian

    Higurashi no Naku Koro ni Kai is a top priority for me this summer.
    And when will be Kiddy Grade 2?

  • June 19, 2007 at 8:22 amsadakups

    Higurashi no Naku Koro ni Kai is THE ONE for me for this season.

  • June 19, 2007 at 10:11 amCyrusbunny

    zombie-loan looks pretty damn good.(yay 2 hot boys!lol)ok you might think i’m insane but i am not

  • June 19, 2007 at 10:32 amBell_chan

    OMG school days are gona hack you into bits arghhhhhhhhhhhhhh scary!!!!!!!!!!!!11 they will get a …………… and ………….. you ………… arghhhh

  • June 19, 2007 at 12:36 pmNeo Horizon

    Yaye! I love it when you post these long preview posts. ^^ Right now I’m looking forward to Nanatsuiro Drops and School Days (but not so much anymore after hearing about the bloody endings…). Sky Girls and Sayonara Zetsubou Sensei didn’t really interest me until you named some of the seiyuu, but now I think I’ll be looking forward to those series too.

    Thanks for writing up this preview!

  • June 19, 2007 at 12:41 pmmuhi_kira

    hmm from all the list
    the most that i’m looking forward is Baccano

  • June 19, 2007 at 6:58 pmOmni

    Well, as I mentioned above, School Days endings aren’t all bloody (the majority aren’t), but that’s one of the things the game was best known for.

  • June 19, 2007 at 11:47 pmRitsuka

    The Zombie Loan manga is awesome, based on that I suggest watching it.

  • June 20, 2007 at 12:32 amjohn_sama

    If those geneon bastards are wonna license this anime im gonna fucking kill them
    Whats up with them stealing good animes huh?! Imma bomb US fucking bastards

  • June 20, 2007 at 12:33 amjohn_sama

    the anime im talking about is zero no tsukaima 2 since they licensed the first season

  • June 20, 2007 at 4:30 amJenose

    where’s my Shakugan no Shana – -||, i guessed it will on air this season. that makes me so bored.
    but for Higurashi no naku koro ni , this title makes me feel good instead.

  • June 20, 2007 at 4:49 pmBerenWarasu

    Weee!!New anime!! I´ll be watching Zombie Loan, no doubt about it! I love Peach Pit work, and I feel very curious about this anime.

  • June 20, 2007 at 10:55 pmLOL

    you’re spending your summe rwatching anime?

    GET A LIFE.

  • June 21, 2007 at 9:30 amyamila

    mmm… zombie-loan (intrigued) and Sayounara zetsubou sensei… (i like the draw)

    creo que voy a ver esos… por ahora… ^.^

  • June 21, 2007 at 2:39 pmShinomori

    Mmm, second season of zero no tsukaima…now, all I have to do is wait for my Shakugan no Shana second season and I’ll be happy.

  • June 21, 2007 at 3:54 pmKari Manninen

    Can`t complain,whatsoever.I see forward to watch Potemayo,Tetsuko no Tabi and Doujin Work, besides of those titles most people seems to have biggest hopes for.

  • June 22, 2007 at 2:29 amUraku

    Zetsubo Sensei manga is great, especially once the cast is introduced, and with Shinbo directing this has excellent potential. Definitely a must watch. The only others that I’ll for sure check out are Higurashi 2 and Mononoke. Mabye Moetan.

  • June 22, 2007 at 12:05 pmMr.Demon

    sh*t!!…

    not a anime for to-love-ru yet!…>_

  • June 27, 2007 at 10:38 pmYouko

    Thanks for the heads-up on Moetan. Honestly, I didn’t think I’d be watching it the first time I heard about it but now that I know dear lovely Yukarin has a lead role, I’m game! ^^

  • June 28, 2007 at 7:10 amAngelicDevil

    zero nt, sky girlsn moetan r the only ones dat peaked my interest.

  • July 3, 2007 at 5:59 amShinji103

    You know, I just took a deeper look at the Mushi-Uta webpage, and guess who I spotted on the cast list on the main character page.

    YUKARI TAMURA!!!!

    Mark down another must-see for me! And the show and characters themselves actually pique my interest on their own, so Mushi-Uta definitely gets on my watch list. :D

  • July 3, 2007 at 6:01 amShinji103

    Mr.Demon at 12:05 pm on June 22nd, 2007
    sh*t!!…

    not a anime for to-love-ru yet!…>_

    As much as I share your desire for a To_love-Ru series, I really don’t think we should expect one anytime too soon. It’s only on chapter 57 so far, making it essentially still a new series, anime-conversion-wise. I would think they’d wait for more manga material before they anime-ize it.

  • July 13, 2007 at 8:14 amKamchii

    Why isn’t Shakugan no Shana 2 here? It’s a most anticipated one too!! XD

    I’m also looking out for Higurashi no naku koro ni kai, Zero no Tsukaima: Futatsuki no Kishi too!! w00t!!

  • August 27, 2007 at 6:02 pmRen

    WTH why no one blog Baccano !!!!!! its the best of this season

  • September 2, 2007 at 1:30 pmcentzontotochtin

    Tokyo Majin is well worth anyones time; the concept sounds like a standard shouen show thats been done millions of times before but the reality is unclassifiable, atmospheric, entertaining-as-fuck and with pretty graphics too.

    And Baccano! is indeed mighty
    :D

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