Huh? I should be happy… Why am I not happy? I’ve been looking forward to seeing that guy die after we discover his weakness. The time has finally come and yet I’m aggravated and slightly disappointed. How stupid am I?
So Kiri didn’t end up dying after all, as was already shown in last week’s preview (stupid move, Japan). It would’ve been better if that part remained a mystery, although it would’ve been predictable nonetheless. It’s safe to say that Kiri won’t die in this story at all. I guess he’s too important at this point.
So Seigi finally died, how quaint… Why did he have to die by the hands of some unknown character? Why is it that that blonde has so much control and acts as though she owns both him and Kiri? That’s what’s so aggravating. I’m bad with characters like those to begin with, but to actually continue watching that was pretty difficult.
I’m just happy that I saw a few of Seigi’s weaknesses. You see, he has to open his book, flip a page or two and speak a few words before his Killing Goods actually do something. That would mean that you’d have a small window of opportunity to take him down before that noose takes you up. A bullet to the brain should suffice, wouldn’t you agree?
I’m also happy about the fact that Kiri and Iwai are finally starting to get more serious about one another. Their relationship is slowly improving. It won’t be long before that childish crush of theirs turns into something more, because I’m kind of getting tired of watching that same old I’m-too-shy-to-be-aggressive-crap. Time to open up a can of love!Read More
Great episode despite the lack of action this time! I’m kind of getting worried though… This has been a great show to watch, and the Japanese aren’t exactly known for their perfect endings, so… Please, give us a worthy ending in a few weeks’ time.
So old man Fairlock finally kicked the bucket after part of his friends wanted to part ways in order to go look for treasure. Greedy b*st*rds are always on the lookout for more and more stuff, especially Pinion, the greediest of them all. He is going to use Ledo and his faithful mech to the fullest, just you watch.
Speaking about Ledo… The guy finally decided to part ways with Gargantia. Can you blame him? Ridget, Gargantia’s newest leader, pointed a gun at him and swore to shoot him if he moved. She wanted to make sure that he didn’t attack any of the Hideauze. I would’ve left them there for dead if it were me, no question in my mind about that one.
Ledo parting ways isn’t necessarily a good thing though. He may be leaving Gargantia where some of its people pointed guns at him after all that he’s done for them, but he’s leaving Gargantia with Pinion. It’s no secret that Pinion only wants to use it for his own personal gain and that he cares very little about Ledo’s safety.
That being said; what about Ledo? Can he really defeat hundreds or maybe even thousands of Hideauze? He had a hard time in space with just a few of them, which is why he ended up on earth, so how in the hell is he going to take out an entire nest? He barely won during his underwater fight with one of them. It’s quite clear that he needs to stay out of the water, so I’m really curious about how he’s going to defeat them.Read More
Oh no, thoughts about buying a cat are slowly entering my head. I don’t want to be one of those anime fans with a dozen cats at home, I just don’t. It’s bad enough that I’m a pervert at heart, which I’m actually proud of.
So yeah, that cat statue once again fulfilled someone’s wish. We all thought it was Tsukushi when she wished for the end of the world. What kind of god would grant that wish? Hell, what kind of god would grant the wishes of teenagers? If I had that power then I would’ve wished for a harem so big that all Muslims would drop their religion right away in order to worship me instead.
It was quite funny how Youto kept pursuing Tsukushi to make her annul her wish, even though she wasn’t the one responsible. I wouldn’t really mind. Youto was the only guy there, stuck in a house with three beautiful girls that like him… How could he, a true pervert, not do anything? Those situations are too rare to pass up. Maybe I overestimated him.
I especially liked the twist when it turned out that Tsukiko wished for that to happen. She also wished for Youto to live nearby, which is why his house disappeared in the first place. She was behind it all, all because she thought that it would make her happy, that she could see the man of her dreams whenever she wants. How foolish… Relationships don’t work out when you see each other twenty-four hours a day. They work out because you give each other space to breathe.
I must say I’m looking forward to the next episode. Tsukushi has officially joined the vicious circle of competitive love. I’m really looking forward to it. Let it be said that I’m rooting for Tsukushi here, the girl with the biggest breasts. Love me or hate me for it, I don’t care.Read More
The seventh volume of Ark Performance’s science-fiction naval manga Aoki Hagane no Arpeggio (Arpeggio of Blue Steel) is announcing on Thursday that a television anime adaptation has been green-lit. In the story, a “Fleet of Fog” loaded with super weapons suddenly appear all over the world. Without the ability to withstand this fleet, humanity was defeated and could no longer travel the seas. 17 years after the devastating naval war, Gunzō Chihaya and his friends somehow commandeer a “Fleet of Fog” submarine and rename it I-401. Together with Iona (I-401’s “mental model” or physical incarnation in humanoid form), they take on the “Fleet of Fog.”
Seiji Kishi (Persona 4 The Animation, Angel Beats!, Devil Survivor 2 The Animation) is directing the anime at SANZIGEN Animation Studio (009 Re:Cyborg, Black Rock Shooter). Makoto Uezu (Devil Survivor 2 The Animation, The Qwaser of Stigmata) is in charge of the series scripts, and Masato Kōda (Monster Hunter & Devil May Cry games) is composing the music.
The creative team “Ark Performance” launched the manga in Shonengahosha’s Young King Ours magazine in 2009. Flying Dog, the anime label of the Victor Entertainment Group, already registered the domain name aokihagane.jp.Read More
The July issue of Kadokawa Shoten’s Asuka Ciel magazine is announcing on Thursday that an anime adaptation is in the works for Eiki Eiki and Taishi Zaou’s Love Stage!! manga. The story revolves around Izumi Sena, a boy born into a family of ultra-famous entertainers. However, he is the only member of the family who is not in the entertainment industry, and he is a super otaku college student, too. He has been striving hard to become a manga creator, but he ends up starring in a television commercial. He eventually cross paths again with the very famous actor Ryūma, who becomes aware of his attraction towards Izumi.
Kadokawa will publish the third volume of the manga on Saturday. Several of Eiki’s works, such as The Art of Loving, Color (a collaboration with Zaou), Dear Myself, Millennium Prime Minister, and Train☆Train, have been published in English. Zaou’s Electric Hands and Mysterious Love have also been published in EnglishRead More