So I figured out that I had to watch the movie before I started watching the series… How messed up is that!? It was okay from what I’ve seen so far, but it really could use a lot of work, especially the story. I can tell that there are going to be a lot of boring parts.
The artwork is okay. A lot of girly girls and panty flashes that will keep you entertained for a little while. However, I really wish they would focus a bit more on the details. This could’ve looked a whole lot better.
The story I don’t care for. As simple as that. I am not the type of guy that enjoys watching a bunch of girls sing and dance in sync. I just don’t enjoy idol-themed stories because they are too damn girly and they get boring really quickly.
I don’t recommend this. I’m sure music and idol lovers might enjoy the sight of this, I do not. It’s as simple as that.
Plot Summary: Green Leaves Entertainment is a tiny production company on the verge of going out of business in Sendai, the biggest city in Japan’s northeastern Tohoku region. The agency once managed the careers of magicians, photo idols, fortune-tellers, and other entertainers, but its last remaining client finally quit. In danger of having zero talent (literally), the president Tange hatches an idea of producing an idol group. On the brash president’s orders, the dissatisfied manager Matsuda heads out to scout raw talent. Matsuda makes a fateful encounter with a certain girl…Read More
No, hell no! This was not a disappointment at all. I knew beforehand that it was going to be bad. I read the summary and some other information about this show and knew from that point on that it was going to be “okay” at best. I’m actually quite annoyed to be honest.
The characters look alright, but it’s absolutely disappointing to use characters from somewhere else to create something new. These characters have been displayed in a visual novel game and in a Mahou Shoujo Madoka Magica anime short. I also don’t like the fact that Soniko is constantly wearing those headphones. Oh well…
I have no idea what I watched. No idea whatsoever. It supposedly about music, yet they only played during the last one or two minutes. I have no idea what the story is about or what the hell they are trying to accomplish. I sure as hell don’t want to watch a show about a girl and her obsession for cats and headphones, that’s for sure.
I cannot recommend this at all. The first episode was very bad and not nearly as interesting as it may seem. The only thing that I really liked about Super Sonico is the logo. I really can’t see myself watching this for ten to thirteen weeks.
Plot Summary: Super Sonico is an 18-year old college student who plays guitar for the three-girl band Fastest Speed in Space and models for pin-ups. In spite of her busy schedule, she still finds time to her grandmother at her restaurant. One night, her band members Suzu and Fuuri, are late to a concert, forcing her to play alone. The result of that show will have far-reaching consequences for Sonico.Read More
People of the anime world, hear me now! Buy a ticket to the Netherlands, buy a gun and use that gun to kill me. This show is horrendous. I had high hopes since the characters were done by a well-known artist, even though the episodes only contain a few minutes of footage.
The artwork looks good for an anime short, too good. Monochrome looks pretty cute and interesting, but it ends there. Her voice is absolutely horrible. You can clearly hear a girl’s voice with one of those cheap robot effects over it.
I don’t know about the story either. It seemed okay… But good can it be when every episode is four minutes long? Maybe two minutes if you don’t count the OP or ED. How very disappointing…
I cannot recommend this wholeheartedly. It beats a lot of other anime shorts, that’s for sure, but that doesn’t make it worth watching. It’s only a few minutes per episode so you might as well give it a shot.
Plot Summary: In order to be more in the eyes of the public, Miss Monochrome begins working to become a top-selling idol. Spacey Miss Monochrome once again runs around the idol show biz world, being tossed around by others.Read More
It’s here… I cannot believe that they got so high on cocaine that they actually decided to make a second season of this crap. I mean, what the hell? I barely made it through the first season because my girl wanted me to, but now it’s back…
The artwork is exactly the same; the characters look pretty good, the sceneries look good, the weapons look pretty good and the enemies still look like crap. It’s amazing how very little effort they put into that.
The story is amazing, absolutely amazing. In fact, it is so amazing that I actually get to urge to buy a gun and paint my walls red with my blood and pieces of my brain. How could anyone enjoy watching a show where the characters need to start singing in order to be able to fight?
I believe that god created the world in six days and that he created this crap on the seventh day in order to piss me off. Are you gay and without any friends? Do you not have a job or a social life? Go for it! Watch the hell out of this! If not; don’t bother.
Plot Summary: Two years ago, a pair of idols, Tsubasa Kazanari and Kanade Amou, collectively known as ZweiWing, fought against an alien race known as Noise using armor known as Symphogear. To protect a girl named Hibiki Tachibana, who got severely wounded by the Noise, Kanade sacrificed herself. Two years later, as Tsubasa has fought the Noise alone, Hibiki ends up gaining the same power as KanadeRead More
Sweet Jesus… Why is there no warning when you fire up the first episode? Surely there has to be some kind of warning for the new, inexperienced viewer of anime. How about this; “Warning! The show you are about to watch may or may not give you eye cancer. Proceed at your own risk.” – I wouldn’t be at all surprised if this show was actually bad for your health.
The artwork… Sorry, I almost vomited at this part. Remembering what I saw brought it all back again. I cannot believe how gay this looks. There can’t be any self-respecting guys out there that actually like this sort of thing. Guys that do need to be locked up, because would we really want those guys walking among us? It’s bad enough that some of them dress up as girls to traumatize straight guys.
It’s not just the artwork that’s girly either. Oh hell no, the story has its fair share of gay and girly. It’s no secret that I hate these types of shows (shows where characters sing girly songs and whatnot), but isn’t this going too far?
Just kill me. Recommending this to a guy would be social suicide, so I’m taking a different approach; are you a chick (check to see if you don’t have a penis somewhere)? Do you have trouble finding a boyfriend, are you without self-respect and do you like pretty, shiny colours? Good news! This show is definitely for you!
Plot Summary: Naru Ayase is an 8th grader who can see the colors of music when she listens to it. For Naru, who is extremely good at decorating, becoming the owner of a shop like Dear Crown was her dream. One day, she finds out that the manager of a newly-opened shop is recruiting middle school girls who can do Prism Dance, and immediately applies. Naru begins to Prism Dance at the audition, and an aura she’s never experienced spreads out in front of her. At that moment, a mysterious girl named Rinne asks her if she can see “rainbow music”.Read More