When Miyuki Hoshizora (CV: Misato Fukuen) was a child she found a picture book with ripped pages. She promises the main character to make an end for her. Years later Miyuki and her friends are at a picture book fair and they find an interesting tent which should be showing a film. During the film a girl, Niko (CV: Megumi Hayashibara), jumps out of the screen while chased by two bad characters. The cures fight the bad guys and Niko takes them to a world of picture books, one different from Märchenland. Continue reading
Miyuki Hoshizora (CV: Misato Fukuen) is transferring to Nanairogaoka Public Middle School and as she is heading to her school, she jokingly says there’ll be a fateful meeting at a corner she sees. Indeed it was and she meets the fairy Candy (CV: Ikue Ootani) who has come from Märchenland because she need to collect the scattered power in forms of Cure Decor. Miyuki becomes Cure Happy and together with Candy, her brother Pop (CV: Daisuke Sakaguchi) and the other Cures, they trying to save the world from Pierrot who wants to give the world a Bad End. Continue reading
The legend says that the strongest vampire is the Fourth Progenitor, but it’s just a legend, because there is only three progenitors. For his entire life, Kojou Akatsuki (CV: Yoshimasa Hosoya) has been your average male student, nothing more and nothing less. But one day the Fourth Progenitor sent her spirit into Kojou and he’s now the one of legends. Keeping it secret isn’t an easy feat as his eyes turns red when he gets urges for blood, but he can’t let anyone know he became a vampire either. And now Yukina Himeragi (CV: Risa Taneda) was sent from the Lion King Organization to supervise Kojou and kill him if he is evil. Continue reading
Batch posts are (mostly) early impressions on shows I dropped along the way over the season. Most shows which I stop watching are dropped within the 3 first episodes or I watch through it, but there are times I drop them further in (usually longer shows). The following four are all from this ongoing winter season.
Saikin, Imouto no Yousu ga Chotto Okashiin da ga.
Or ImoCho for short. In English it’s “Recently, my little sister has been a bit weird” (ignore the fact I just translated the title as is, which isn’t what I’ve actually the English title, as far as I know).
These little sister light novels are going to kill me. I thought that after torturing myself through 12 episodes and a recap of Disgusting Wifebeaters (aka Diabolik Lovers) I could watch anything. I was wrong and ImoCho slapped that in my face only days after I thought I could watch anything. Life is cruel.
Well, ImoCho seemed to be liked by my boyfriend after a single episode (I didn’t check his rating on it on MAL. Nope.) but as I’m not interested in a combination of following ingredients:
Step-siblings (older male, younger female) alone in a house (well, will be – parents are leaving for India)
Ghost masturbating while possessing girl
And more stuff like as above. Yeah, I admit I couldn’t write more without being at loss of words.
I guess the first episode could basically be described as tasteless soft porn. I’m not into that. I’ll take on those vampires any day, as long as I don’t have to watch ImoCho. Continue reading
MIKISHIN GET OUT OF THE THINGS I LIKE.
Now, with that out of the way…
Gintarou (CV: Shinichirou Miki) is a fox herald at an Inari temple. His partner, Kinjirou (CV: Kazuhiko Inoue) left the temple for unknown reasons and Gintarou has since been alone. However, with a girl like Makoto Saeki (CV: Hisako Kanemoto) with the Sight to see the herald, he isn’t really alone, and as Satoru Kamio (CV: Kenshou Ono) moves in at the temple together with a fox spirit, Haru (CV: Ayumi Fujimura), from a different temple, it even gets more rowdy. But somehow everything works out anyway. Continue reading