AnoHana, isn’t an Automatic Custom Rifle (ACR), but a Sporting Purpose Automatic Shotgun (SPAS 12). Specifically, engineered to intoxicate the 1990’s generation with so much nostalgia it’s more addictive than heroin with a few roofies (That one’s for u JglzA).
This is the story of 6
5 alive 1 dead
although they didn’t mean to
the 5 drifted apart
now 1 alive
must put the friends
back together again
only for another slice of life
the cake is a lie
Once you see it, you’ll shit bricks
For once in my life, I actually enjoyed doing a summary. Especially, if you can make 2 arrows in the process. ZING!
We often can tell what route an anime is going to take often within the first few episodes, because often times the time allotment for each part of the anime stays the same. The World Only God Knows will always be about Kami-neesama amassing a “real-life” harem and never achieving his virtual harem. The comedy has always been around 60% and the plot 40%. Just like how lygophile will always be a hoe, no matter how many times he chauffeurs me to Best Buy to play Portal 2 Co-Op mode together. I don’t want to waste 40o dollars to buy an Xbox 360 and Portal 2. Which is probably why thin-slicing works.
Anohana talks to me directly with metaphors so freakishly nostalgic, it’s downright disturbing. Nokemon Gold was the first videogame I took seriously. Except I had, Pokemon Silver because everyone knows that Lugia is WAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA
better than whatever that Rainbow Bird was.
My pokemon rage is already getting out of hand.
So, it’s this videogame, Nokemon Gold, that the second episode revolves around. I drown in my pokemon nostalgia as I play Pokemon Black while watching episode 2.