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Best Anime of 2010

I lied.  I got one more post for you all and it’s basically my Christmas present to the rest of my team and your viewers who take your time to come to this site.  As a tradition, we award the best anime shows of 2010 but this time, we’re doing things a bit differently.  Regardless, here’s a bland generic picture of a 2010 anime to get things started before you guys have to click on the “Click here to read more button”.

How we’re basically going to do this is we picked a bunch of shows from the different seasons and gave each season a pick.  Of course, we have one runner-up who also should get credit for having a fun and/or good anime.  Don’t expect Sekirei ~pure engagement~ to be on this list because as much as some of us enjoy bouncing boobs, ripping clothes, and hot girls fighting, that doesn’t define anime.  Imagine what would happen to us if we followed that stereotype.

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Ookami-san episode eleven

And it looks likely the end is approaching!  With the kidnapping of Ryouko and everyone in Otogi either being in panic mode or being chased by Hitsujikai’s delinquents, it seems that the finale of this series is inevitable with what looks like the perhaps the final showdown between Hitsujikai and Ryoushi over Ryouko’s love.  I’m not too sure how many episodes this series is supposed to go until but after finishing the episode, I could argue that twelve would be perfect, and the last episode commits itself to elaborating over Ryouko and Ryoushi’s relationship with each other.  I really hope they do decide to become a couple, but I’ve said that a billion times already.

Of course, if the show is thirteen episodes than anything can happen in the last two episodes, given that it’s a two-parter (or two fillers, your choice).  I’m slightly disappointed that we didn’t get to see the whole ‘the Three Little Pigs’ movie-thing being played out and I don’t expect them to play any part of that since we did see the brothers on  the side of Otogi Bank this episode.  It seems that everyone important comes up in this episode as we prepare to head towards the finale.

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Ookami-san episode ten

Certainly the last few episodes, although having good themes, have been dull in terms of the overall plot.  However since the last few episodes are approaching, we can’t help but imagine a clash of fairy tales that is to come to the final few episodes.  Ryouko’s slowly been moving towards the romantic side in her relationship with Ryoushi but still remains the tsundere who always gives him a punch.  Doesn’t really help that Ryoushi is a coward but hopefully in the next few episodes, this can all change for the better.

The next issue on hand is the lack of fairy tales – I know, I know, it’s a trivial thing to be worried about but we were promised stories with morals!  We were promised the tales of our childhood!  We were promised freedom!  Just kidding, but it’s weird to see a series that was supposed to balance on the scene of these stories actually diverge away from it in many instances.  I mean, the best possible instance would probably have to be the episode of Snow White and the Seven Dwarves, and that was only last episode (it still was a good episode though.  Best one yet probably).

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Ookami-san episode nine

I finally get what the theme of the episode is – after a million episodes without me recognizing what in the world the fairy tale is, I finally got that this episode’s theme was Snow White and the Seven Dwarves.  I could immediately figure it out from seeing identical seven children.  I’m so brilliant.

Shirayuki Himeno is the theme of today’s episode, and it seems that Ringo has trouble dealing with her.  You think that two girls like them wouldn’t have problems with each other but it’s not really certain whether or not they do.

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Ookami-san episode eight

Well, today I officially moved into my new dorm at U of I and I’m liking it so far – apart from everything college-related aside, I have all the time in the world to blog the anime series I promised to review.  First things first – I apologize to those who came to this blog during the last week for some of my episodic reviews but only found links that I have given to other blog sites for reviews.  I’m back, and I’m looking to finish what I’ve started.  And that’s the good news so far.  Well, that’s basically all the news I have to give as of now.

Funny thing that my post coming back from my hectic week off should be the one that I started this season with – Ookami Ryouko and his seven friends.  From the beginning of this series, I had written the whole title to just Ookami-san and… [insert title] to Ookami-san and Seven Companions, and now it’s just going to be Ookami-san since that’ll be the easiest thing to write.

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SPIRAL [update]

For the last three days, I have been moving things in and out of my house since all the stuff came in from Korea.  Needless to say, I will be moving into college starting from the day after tomorrow and I am loaded with crap to do.  That being said, it hurts my heart to not review the series I am doing up-to-date so I will draw your attention to other blog sites that have written great responses to it, but I will be starting again next week.   Danke.

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Ookami-san and Her Seven Companions episode six

Wow, we’re already at the half-way point in this season!  With this comes an important announcement, although it was somewhat to be expected – next season I am only taking one series up for blogging as my schedule limits me from doing so else.  For the winter, I’ll probably be doing my hustling and bustling with ten series at once but for the 2010 fall season, I’m planning to only do one.  What does this mean?  I don’t know, but it doesn’t detract my interest from blogging – I’m only doing this for a break in typing, screen-capping, and the like.

Of course, that doesn’t mean you can go off waltzing like Ryouko does with her problem (wow, that was a bad transition) nor can you start off with another seemingly meaningless episode without a fairy tale theme.  Actually, the episode wasn’t meaningless as it was basically how Ringo and Ryouko became good friends.  As we know after that whole incident, Ryouko moved schools and became to display hatred towards men.  Luckily, it was our own little Ringo who extended her hand of friendship to become the best friend that Ryouko ever had.

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