July 8, 2012 at 9:23 pm Comments (95)
「朱の場の部員達」 (Shu No Ba No Buin Tachi)
“Club Members in Scarlet”
Musashi starts off fighting Tres España, and then flies straight into another confrontation, this one with Great Britain. They just can’t get a break, can they? Hopefully not, because the action, the comedy, the romance…this episode was fun!
Continue Reading "Kyoukai Senjou no Horizon II – 01"
July 8, 2012 at 7:09 pm Comments (62)
「Violation; 侵入」 (Shinnyuu)
I was expecting a new OP and ED this week! It would’ve been perfectly timed with the new arc and the introduction of a new mysterious student.
Continue Reading "Accel World – 13"
July 8, 2012 at 6:50 pm Comments (51)
「妖精さんの、ひみつのこうじょう」 (Yousei-san no, Himitsu no Koujou)
“The Fairies’ Secret Factory”
Tanaka Romeo and Kishi Seiji have thrown down the gauntlet: is it possible to make an anime that’s too weird? The answer, my friends, is a resounding “No!”
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July 8, 2012 at 5:56 pm Comments (45)
「Il Comandante della Squadra Protezione Animali」
“Commander of The Animal Protection Team”
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July 8, 2012 at 2:37 pm Comments (50)
「飛び出したり誘ったり」 (Tobidashishitari Sasottari)
“Running and Inviting”
I’ll be honest, I wasn’t too excited the moment I opened the first episode of TARI TARI. Most of it probably came from Divine’s less than excited opinion about another slice-of-life anime from P.A. Works with a premise that on paper sounds about as fun as playing with a dead cat. However, by the time the credits started to roll I was a little shocked by how strongly the show really grabbed me in.
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July 8, 2012 at 7:21 am Comments (28)
「宇宙の話をしよう」 (Uchuu no Hanashi o Shiyou)
“Let’s Talk About Space”
In a sense, it feels like a fair bit of this episode was spent giving us a subtle refresher of some of the events that happened earlier in the series.
Continue Reading "Uchuu Kyoudai – 15"
July 8, 2012 at 4:08 am Comments (49)
“It Looks Just Like Him”
Latter halves of most series are marked by a tonal change, and Kuroko no Basuke is no different as the “premiere” of its second half takes off with a big bang.
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