Fate/Stay Night Unlimited Blade Works episode 20, appropriately titled “Unlimited Blade Works” is arguably the most pivotal episode of the series. The central conflict at the heart of Emiya Shirou’s suffering comes to a head as he battles with Archer. I will do my best to talk about this most anticipated episode in a reasonable, hopefully mature manner.
I am sorry this post is coming a week late (episode 20 should have already aired). To be honest, most of it was already done a few days back. I thought I wanted to publish a different post first, but changed my mind. Anyway, this time around, we learn that Emiya Shirou is a stubborn mule without a modicum of common sense and he can’t see the world anyway other than his own. Oh wait, we already knew that.
Hey, I will make this post short. I am going to be at Anime North on Friday (22nd May), so if any of you are coming, you can hunt me down, but I think this notice is too late to be relevant. Sorry bout that.
Hello. Sorry I am late and all that.
Sorry, I really should have made this post sooner. I only have laziness to blame. Oh well.
I am basically a month late with Part 2, but well, better late than never. (Part 1 can be found here.) Like usual, I haven’t actually bothered trying out everything this season, so this list only includes 8 anime. I don’t think I will bother trying out anything else, unless there is a strong incentive to do so.
It has been a while since I have talked about all three of the big three in a single post. Doesn’t really feel all that different, but I guess that is mostly since the end of Naruto hasn’t really sunk in (yes, I know I never did publish that post on the final two chapters).
The 15th episode of Unlimited Blade Works had quite the impact on me, so I figured I should make a short post. Do note that there will be some minor F/Z spoilers in here, so if you haven’t seen it then don’t read on (but in all honesty, the spoilers are very minor).
A secret meeting room, undisclosed location, circa early 2009
A group of well dressed, business executives sit around a meeting table. Their faces don’t reveal much, but an air of apprehension hangs in the air.
A woman quietly coughs before checking her watch. Tick, tock, tick, tock, tick. It is time.
“Right, let us begin” comes a voice from the head of the table.
This particular meeting is being held with one goal in mind: to address the future of the Haruhi Suzumiya franchise. The franchise has made the executives much money, but its future direction has them worried.
Hello. Sorry I didn’t make this sooner and got stuck making a Bi-Weekly post instead. Also, as an side, I find that I am swearing more and more in these posts. Are any of you put off by this? Should I tone down the language? (I ask because I honestly don’t know the demographic that reads these posts.) Related to that, these posts are generally very free form and anything goes, but do let me know if there is something in particular you’d like to see changed about how I do these.