Being sick: it really sucks. Quite the bummer.
Posts Tagged ‘Production I.G.
The villains responsible for the conflict of this episode 7 are the same villains responsible for conflicts around the world, in countless household. They are feared by many and will stop at nothing to get what they want. They are also known as… in-laws.
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lolololol at Daikichi’s hair-dressing skill. What a professional.
As is Bokutachi tradition, Its never too Late and that is clearly what Production I.G. had in mind when they were busy making this show as it was subjected to countless delays and setbacks. But finally it has made its way to screens and unfortunately, I have to say that I am quite underwhelmed.
I was slightly surprised to see Daikichi’s family reappearing so soon and being shown in a very different light from the first episode. A pleasant surprise though, as this portrayal is much more favorable.
I hope it’s acceptable for guys to cry over anime, cause I came close already. Definitely one of the best episodes of anime I’ve seen.
Summary: Going home for his grandfather’s funeral, thirty-year-old bachelor Daikichi is floored to discover that the old man had an illegitimate child with a younger lover! The rest of his family is equally shocked and embarrassed by this surprise development, and not one of them wants anything to do with the silent little girl, Rin. In a fit of angry spontaneity, Daikichi decides to take her in himself! But will living with this overgrown teenager of man help Rin come out of her shell? And hang on, won’t this turn of events spell doom for Daikichi’s love life?!
Before I begin reviewing Batman: Gotham Knight, I would like to say I thoroughly enjoyed the 1 hr 15 mins of 6 short films that is set in between Batman Begins and The Dark Knight. Although DC Comics hired their american script writers to write the script and have major Japanese Studios Production I.G, Madhouse and some small timers, Studio 4°C and Bee Train to direct/animate the films, the latter was not given much due credit for their contribution in fleshing out the dark knight. I cannot begin to guess why DC comics had done such a thing.