I’m back and somehow have magically turned into a josei. No seriously, I looked at my top favorite anime list and it has wayyyy too much josei for one of the opposite gender. No, seriously, I passed up Nanana, Mekaku City Actors, and Mushishi to blog Free!! I know it’s Free! – Eternal Summer. But that’s bullshit, this anime is K-ON! with abbz and apparently non-existent dicks. Too much to say for an intro lez move on.
Yep, that pretty much summarizes why
I Fujoshis watch this Anime
Sometimes, hearing that a manga you’re reading is getting a run as an anime brings more concern than excitement: Will the animation hold the same quality and be of the same caliber as the print art? Will the plot and storyline stay true to course? Will the anime do the characters justice in their quirks and development? How many episodes will be produced? How many seasons? How will it “end”? Personally, I’ve never had this happen to me (at least not with manga/anime), and while I can imagine the anguish some fans feel when their beloved manga gets man-handled in an anime, I just want to say that sometimes, good will still come of it.
This isn’t perfect. I’ve missed quite a few gems by judging anime for its cover. However, it’s something that needs to happen for those with time constraints which is probably a majority of us. This season is looking great to be honest. TONS OF POTENTIAL.
Hopefully, your spring doesn’t have snow involved in it like it has for me…
And I don’t mean Bottoms versus Boobs, which is an on-going argument that is foundational to Space Dandy. I’ve been watching Space Dandy for pure amusement and generally don’t expect much more than a few giggles, if even. Somewhere between the first episode and the second, I learned not to expect any sort of continuing storyline, which has proven to be amusingly useful since each episode seems to leave our main character and his companions in various precarious predicaments.
However, that isn’t to say that Space Dandy has no value other than simple entertainment; thanks to the show, I’ve decided that, while others are stocking up on water and weapons in preparation for the Zombie Apocalypse, I’ll be buying out the world’s supply of yogurt. As it’s unlikely that I’ll outrun something that doesn’t tire, and whose hunger for living flesh is never satiated, I may as well prepare myself for a happy existence of eternal fermentation.
As a somewhat sequel to the original animation run, the movie does the standard requirements well. However, it doesn’t do anything in particularly special in return.
Loli magicians. It wouldn’t be Toaru Majutsu without ’em.
Against the entire bastion of super powered students on a drill-like campus. Toe to toe with everything beyond the boundary. Smacking medusae and rampant vampires like it ain’t no thang. Kyousogiga comes from behind as an awkward underdog that somehow strangely hits the top. It’s like Megurine Luka beating every other vocaloid in a track race.