One thing I found particularly funny yet somewhat ironic was that Bokutachi no Blog would sometimes get more daily views on the days we don’t update rather than on the days we do update. You can shoot me if I’m wrong, but that’s just… funny. Anyways, ever seen one of those movies where all the actions takes place in a small setting? Well, this episode of Dance in the Vampire Bund certainly made use of that and it did not disappoint. Although in the estate, it was tight, mysterious, and kept me on the edge of my seat… or that’s what I would say had I not gotten hungry for a midnight snack.
Archive for January, 2010
With twelve fifty-minute episodes in its run, and each episode airing monthly, Katanagatari is asking for long term commitment. And baby, I’m ready. Okay: maybe I’m a little over-excited because I’ve really been anticipating this series – and it doesn’t help that Ookami Kakushi isn’t going quite as well as I’d first hoped – but I don’t think it’s unwarranted. And I’ll tell you why.
Hmm so after the rest of Team Zero and I have agreed to only put up censored pictures of Seikon no Quaser, it’s time for another episode of Baka to Test to Shoukanjuu. Much of that was on my fault and I’m sorry for you viewers who had to go through faces with boob just to read the review. That being said, I’m also changing the style of my blog that the style of blindability’s. Are we in for another pointless filler episode like the third one or will we expect some more action this time from our baka-friends? It begins now.
“You could always drop [Ookami Kakushi] and do a combo review with me on Sora No Woto.”
A comment left by Kaza on my last review of Ookami Kakushi. I’m seriously considering the offer. But part of me feels like I’m making a snap judgement – there is potential after all with a heavy mystery that’s slowly being revealed. The problem is that the revelation is coming too slowly and we’re losing interest along the way.
(For Humanity Cat (meow) – and anyone else wondering if they should watch this or not: To be honest, I’m not ready to drop this yet (and I may not drop it at all, but that shouldn’t be basis to watch it as I’m likely to complete this series out of duty) but it certainly isn’t something you have to rush to watch. Like FaS mentioned in their comment, you could start watching from the middle if it picks up. From between episodes one to three, you’re really not missing much.)
I love Haruhi Suzumiya and want to give my tributes to her… hail Haruhi-sama! (Poro will like this post). Why? No reason, I just felt like it at this point in time.
So I have to be super-quick this week (like I said before) so let’s start right away. For those of you wondering why I have not done Seikon no Quaser episode 2 and 3 yet, I’m compiling the images into one shot because I don’t want to have a lot of breast-sucking pictures on my computer… so wait for it.