SPOILER WARNING! If you haven’t listened to episodes 1-4, this review may spoil things for you, even in the thought section where I try to avoid spoilers. I suggest reading the reviews of Madou Soshi episodes 1-3 and Madou Soshi episode 4 before this one.
“If drinking within Cloud Recesses is forbidden, I can drink on top of the wall. That way I won’t break the rules, right?”
“Like I’d let you!”
“Hey! Are you looking for a fight!?”
Gi Musen (CV: Tatsuhisa Suzuki) wonders what on earth could have happened during all these years for Ran Bouki (CV: Satoshi Hino) to be so different; he’s fine if Musen touches him, he hides alcohol in his room… Thinking about these oddities, he remembers their first encounter that eventually would lead them to this day when Bouki just won’t let him go.
Continue reading “Madou Soshi (episode 5)”
Important note! All names, including the title, are in Japanese! For those who have read the novel or comic, or watched the animated or live action series, I’ve put a list of names after the summaries to minimise confusion. Madou Soshi is the Japanese reading title of Mo Dao Zu Shi, and not me bullshitting some random title because I can’t read Chinese much anymore.
Also! Usually I write Given name Family name on characters. This is reversed this time because it just sound better. I drop family names unless I need to use them after writing it once though.
During the first year, peace remained…
During the second year as well, peace remained…
And during the thirteenth year as well, peace still remained…
Gi Musen (CV: Tatsuhisa Suzuki) wakes up one day, several years after his death. He realises he was called for a reason; the person sacrificing themselves for something, but they missed a part in the summoning and he’s just offered the body. It’s not difficult to figure out though, and soon he’s working on taking revenge, while hoping to stay alive himself. Continue reading “Madou Soshi (episodes 1-3)”
Miaka Yuuki (CV: Kae Araki) and her friend Yui (CV: Yumi Touma) finds a book at the National Library and they start reading it. But suddenly they are sucked into what looks like ancient China. They are found by slave traders, but saved by a random man, Tamahome (CV: Hikaru Midorikawa), passing by. While Miaka is looking to find money to pay for the man’s help, Yui is taken back to their world and the man is gone. Miaka sets out to find him, to find Yui, but it results in her becoming the priestess of Suzaku. Continue reading “Fushigi Yuugi”
Tsukiko Yahisa (name changeable) really loves stars, and attends a school to study astronomy together with her childhood friends Kanata Nanami (CV: Tomokazu Sugita) and Suzuya Tohzuki (CV: Daisuke Ono). However she is the only girl at the school. At the end of the school year, in March, there is a transfer student, Yoh Tomoe (CV: Hikaru Midorikawa). Yoh claims to be Tsukiko’s childhood friend, but Tsukiko can’t remember this “Hitsuji”.
Continue reading “Starry*Sky ~in Spring~”
This is a collection of historical works set in World War II. These three episodes are based on Leiji Matsumoto’s Senjou Manga Series, which translated into English is Battlefield Comic Series, and follows two pilots and two soldiers.
Erhardt von Rheindars (CV: Kenyuu Horiuchi) is a Luftwaffe pilot during World War II. After being unable to shake off pursuers and leaving the plane to stay alive he’s labeled as a coward. But he receives a new chance – he will escort a cargo plane where his beloved Melhenna (CV: Emi Shinohara) and her father are together with something classified. But knowing what it is makes this mission harder to go through with for Erhardt. Continue reading “The Cockpit”
So, I made an early impression-post on Disgusting WIfebeaters back when blog was hosted on my domain. Let’s just say that I will most likely repeat the same thing.
What the hell’s wrong with this shit? And who thought of the terrible idea to even make that crap into an anime? Just watching it made me want to throw up, and I’m plenty sure that wasn’t as bad as in the game, WHICH I’LL NEVER TOUCH.
So why was it so bad? Continue reading “Diabolik Lovers”