I knew there was going to be another season of this. The first and second seasons where both quite successful. They were aired in the west and the sales were pretty great. All the conditions for another season were basically met.
The characters are practically symbolic. You can put them up anywhere in the world and a lot of people would probably be able to recognize them. I know I could recognize Sebastian and Ciel out of a hundred character line-up. It’s all so damned detailed…
What’s there to say about the story? A strange boy with a lot of money makes a deal with a demon and that demon becomes his demon butler. Interesting, unique and it’s proven to be quite amusing.
Anyone familiar with the first and second seasons will undoubtedly watch this. No doubt in my mind about that. I suggest you give the first two season a try as well before you start this one (if you haven’t already seen them).
Plot Summary: The TV series will adapt the Noah’s Ark Circus Arc, picking the manga story back up from the point at which they diverged. This arc immediately follows the Curry Contest Arc in the manga, which ended at episode 15 in the first season of the anime.Read More
Ah… Sh*t. Why the hell did they make another Sailor Moon anime? I swear to god… I never understood these series. What’s so great about it? The main characters are all pain in the asses and the only viewer audience that comes to mind when I heard the words “Sailor Moon” are teenage girls.
I still don’t like the characters. I just don’t. Would I be able to pick most of them out of a hundred character line-up? Definitely. No problem there. It’s their facial expressions, the body language and those transformation sequences… Kill me!
I have no idea what it’s about. I never followed any of the series because I just stopped watching after the first episode. My butthole kept clenching tight every time I saw that annoying blonde. I’m not the type to badmouth a story when I have no idea what it’s about so I’ll leave it at that.
I honestly do not recommend this. Yes, if you are a troubled teenage girl that spends way too much time watching anime. Go ahead. Go nuts. Guys? Don’t do it. Male anime fans have a bad reputation for being disgusting, fat, ugly monsters that never leave their rooms. Male Sailor Moon fans are about ten times worse than that, so don’t do it.
Plot Summary: Usagi Tsukino was a normal second-year middle school girl whose own life changes one day when she encounters a black cat. The cat’s name is Luna who can talk and bears a cresent moon on her forehead. Luna tells Usagi that she is the chosen guardian of justice with the power to transform into Sailor Moon. Usagi now has a new responsiblity which is a mission to find the Illusionary Silver Crystal as well as the other chosen guardians to protect the Moon Princess. During her mission, she must deal with various enemies sent by Queen Beryl who is also after the Illusionary Silver Crystal.Read More
Boy… I expected more from this. I read the plot summary and did a little bit of reading on this particular series, seeing as I’ve watched Yozakura Quartet, but I must say that this wasn’t as good as I thought it would be.
The artwork is definitely not high budget quality. It lacks details and the ‘effects’ just don’t measure up. Hell, the artwork itself just doesn’t measure up to the story. It’s quite clear that this is one of those shows that you watch because of its story.
The story has demons that (try) to co-exist with humans. It allows for a lot of action and mystery. I suppose the mysteries will have to suffer because of the comedy, but that’s not necessarily a bad thing in this case.
You don’t really need to watch any of the other series to be able to follow this one, I think. The first series where average, too, yet they sold pretty well in Japan. I suggest that you give the first episode a try because I really don’t want to recommend this.
Plot Summary: The town of Sakurashin is connected to the demon world by seven sakura pillars, allowing humans and demons to live together. The four members of the Hiizumi Counseling Office help and protect its citizens.Read More
My, my, my… This episode certainly stirred up a lot of sh*t. Perverts all around the world are going crazy about how this episode ended, saying that there’s definitely going to be a third season without thinking things through.
First and foremost; nothing is certain. The first season of High School DxD sold sufficiently well for them to invest in a second season. A third season is certainly a possibility when the second season produces positive results. But, and I cannot stress this enough, a third season will not appear because there things left unfinished. It always depends on money.
That being said; this is not really an ending. Sure, Issei, as one could already expect, got excited by Rias’ breasts, got a sudden power boost and managed to defeat Vali, whom turned out to be a descendant of Lucifer himself, but nothing really ended. Issei is still a weak demon that can’t even teleport, Rias’ problems are still very much there and the situation between angels, fallen angels and demons is as unbalanced as ever.
Now, I’m not continue my rant for much longer, but I will say that I expected a lot more from this season. Even more so when I heard about another household member that Rias supposedly had, but we never met that character. It is one of the many reasons why I cannot accept this as an ending. There is still so much left to be done, so many questions left to be answered, and I want them to make up for that ridiculous power boost scene that allowed for Issei to beat Vali. I absolutely despise sudden power boosts, especially if they’re as ridiculous as that. It’s wasn’t even funny.Read More
See? High School DxD episodes are so much better when the nudity doesn’t overwhelm the action and story. It’s nice to see that it’s finally getting a bit more serious. The first season was a lot like that too; fighting with panty flashes and whatnot subtly mixed in.
So hell finally breaks loose (figure of speech) and everyone finds themselves fighting for their lives when an army of female magicians, people that supposedly worshipped old man Azazel, leader of the fallen angels, suddenly show up and open an attack on the school with them still inside. It’s quite interesting how almost every battle Rias and her household ever fought somehow revolved around fallen angels, thereby making it partially Azazel’s fault for not being in control of his side of the fence. Will he ever take responsibility for it? Probably not. Characters with ‘bad boy’ attitudes really couldn’t care any less about others.
It seems that these busty magicians used Gasper, one of Rias’ Bishops, as some kind of talisman to generate power from. His overpowering abilities allowed for them to effectively attack the school and the demons, angels and fallen angels that were still in it. The tricky part is that this sort of thing always backfires in stories like these. It usually goes wrong when you are forcefully using another character’s powers.
Anyway, this brings me to the next item on my agenda; Rais’ other household member. I don’t know how and I assure you all that I do not possess the ability to see into the future, but I have a feeling that this time it’s going to be another long-haired beauty with big breasts. Last time it was a short-haired boy and a short-haired girl, so yeah… I’m putting my money on a long-haired character with big breasts.Read More