Where were these posts you ask? I dunno, I just really didn’t feel like making them. To be honest, I just got very lazy and didn’t feel like making them. I hope no one minds, but this catchup won’t really be all that detailed. I will just jot down some quick thoughts.
Despite the amazing reviews it was receiving, I put of watching Shimoneta until last night. I think more so than its lewd nature (everyone knows I like lewd things), it was the setting that put me off.
I dislike the idea of over-controlling, heavily censored dystopian societies so much, that even a fictional depiction is hard for me to consider watching.
But, well, almost everyone seems to like this, so I forced myself to man up a little and give it a shot. As expected, I ended up loving it. I love this show so much, it is now a solid contender for anime of the season along with Gatchaman Crowds (I need to watch episode 3 though…) and Prison School.
2 days ago, I caught up to OverLord and today I caught up to another anime that had totally slipped under my radar: Joukamachi no Dandelion (Castle Town Dandelion). I haven’t been active on twitter as of late, so I guess anything that isn’t on Crunchy is pretty much going unnoticed by yours truly (Funimation is killing anime, etc, etc…).
Anyway, the 4 episodes of Castle Town Dandelion that are out have been surprisingly enjoyable.
I apologize for not posting anything for over a month. My so called vacation ended over 20 days ago, but I have been too lazy/unmotivated to do anything useful with my life, so I haven’t posted anything either. Anyway, that is a story for another time.
I haven’t kept up too well with this season, but night before last, I ran through OverLord episodes 1-3 and loved it. This is totally my kind of light novel trash.
My flight is in a few hours, so this will be a very short post. Later~
Woops. Sorry, I have been busy playing Splatoon and taking care of a few other real life things. I am also going on vacation in 2 days, so I won’t be able to post again until next month. This is also a really short post; I hope no one minds.
Forgive the crude nature of this post, but I figured that a trashy post every now and then is okay. Apologies for publishing this when the 11th episode is likely already here, but oh well. It is not like I am blogging this show episodically or anything. If the title didn’t make it clear, this post is somewhat NSFW, so uhh, don’t read this at work, folks!
Soma episode 9 was of my favourite episodes this season and it was all because of that great bit of singing/humming at the end. Episode 10 continued perfectly on from there.
A bit late with this, but I hope no one minds.
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.