It’s been a while since my last batch post, but allow me to briefly share my thoughts on a few shows I’ve watched recently (or not so recently but never finished the posts for). There will be another batch soon, because I didn’t want this post to be too long and I’ve binged a lot of shows while I was pregnant and during the past year and I’d like to share my thoughts on at least a portion of them. Next month will be a game review, but I think there’ll be another batch post the month after that.
In Japan a school for spies was created in 1937, and we get to see individual stories related to this agency of spies, called D-Agency.
Continue reading “Batch #6” →
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” →
Nagisa Misumi (CV: Youko Honna) and Honoka Yukishiro (CV: Yukana) have defeated the darkness and saved the Garden of Light. But when the Dark King was defeated, the Queen of Light also had to die to keep the balance of the world. The Queen’s life, heart and 12 wills was spread in the Garden of Rainbow (ie, Earth) and collecting them together will resurrect the Queen of Light. Mipple (CV: Akiko Yajima) and Mepple (CV: Tomokazu Seki) as well as Porun (CV: Haruna Ikezawa) return to Nagisa and Honoka to collect the pieces save their respective worlds, and soon find the first piece – the life of the queen – in the form of the girl Hikari Kujou (CV: Rie Tanaka) who remembers nothing of her previous life as the Queen of Light. Continue reading “Futari wa Pretty Cure Max Heart” →
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 “Batch #1” →
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 “Gingitsune” →