Archive for April, 2013


robots versus robots: from a non-mecha perspective

blindability penginThere are a few robot (space robot) shows this season, and … well I’m not much of a mecha-person. To be quite honest, I find all the mechanical parts a bit too much. Anyway, I thought I would give them a watch to see what they were all about, and to see which – if any – would be a good series to follow through for the season.

A quick brief of the three mecha animes I’ve identified this season follows:

Suisei no Gargantia (aka Gargantia on the Verdurous Planet)


Summary: While fighting an intense inter-galactic war, a mecha pilot is accidentally warped into a space-time neither he nor the computer of his mecha can recognize. After waking up from a long hibernation, he finds himself trapped on a planet with human residents speaking an unknown language and using inferior technologies, and – most shocking to him – naturally breathable air.

Kakumeiki Valvrave (aka Valvrave the Liberator)


Summary: Thanks to the development of the Dyson Sphere, the majority of the human populace has moved to live in space. The Dorssia Military Federation and the Atlantic Rim United States exist as major military countries, while JOIR is a neutral principality; the story follows Haruto Tokishima as a normal boy going through high school in True Calendar (T.C.) Year 71. This all changes when Haruto encounters the humanoid weapon Valvrave.

Majestic Prince (aka Ginga Kikōtai Majestic Prince)


Summary: In the latter half of 21st century, humans leave the Earth and begin to live in space. In order to adapt to the environment in space, and deal with the hostile aliens in Jupiter, genetically engineered children called “Princes” are artificially raised and trained to be pilots of the armed robots “AHSMB” (Advanced High Standard Multipurpose Battle Device). This is a story about one of the teenage “Princes”, Hitachi Izuru, who studies in an academic city Grandzehle.

Continue reading ‘robots versus robots: from a non-mecha perspective’




After the utter disappointment of Haganai NEXT, I was in the pits of despair.  I didn’t feel like watching anime anymore because all the light novel adaptions I read were crap.  Utter sacrilege.  Hataraku! gives me new hope in humanity!  A rain of beautiful sunshine consisting of poverty, emo facial distortions, and a 100 yen knives.  Just what I needed!   THIS IS MY 69th post 😀
[FFF] Hataraku Maou-sama! - 02 [E1E55F57].mkv_snapshot_02.41_[2013.04.11_21.38.41]

Facial distortions mean everything in an anime

Continue reading ‘WORK! DEMON-LORD Episode 2’



Here we go again.

[FFF] Hataraku Maou-sama! - 01 [9B300091].mkv_snapshot_02.14_[2013.04.05_10.12.19]

Our Main Character’s Evil Lair Back in his Homeworld.

Continue reading ‘WORK! DEMON-LORD Episode 1’


Welcome to Bokutachi no Blog. That's "Our Blog" in Japanese. Our Anime Blog, to be exact. And if you landed to this page by accident, probably in search for ecchi stuff, then you should regret to have hit this page. Don't worry, this blog is children-safe and no misdemeanor acts here. Sorry, you bald, middle-aged perverts. But thanks for the hit anyway.

RSS Danny Choo RSS

  • An error has occurred; the feed is probably down. Try again later.

Blog Extra