I had to wait two whole weeks to see this episode. Why was that necessary? Why did Kamisama Kiss have to take a one week break after only two weeks? I’ve seen Shirobako so I like to think that I know a little about how that system works. Did some idiot kid mess up in Japan? Or did some hyperactive girl finally have a car crash after racing from A to B?
All jokes aside; this episode was pretty hectic and I would love to write a lot about it, I really do, but time is not my friend right now. I am forced to keep this short even though Nanami-chan got such an important mission. I want to say so much about that. Like how that gay god keeps involving himself with Nanami and how he constantly ends up helping her. He must really care for her since his friend gave her that godly status in season one.
I cannot understand why Nanami-chan would have to protect the gateway to the underworld. Anyone could’ve seen that coming. She ended up in hell with the human that’s trying hard to get yet another immortal body. I wonder how he will treat Nanami-chan once he becomes a big shot of the underworld again.Read More
Wow, what a surprise. It took Isuca a few weeks, mainly due to it only having ten episodes, but it’s finally here. Ecchi anime is always welcome on my computer and this one is no exception. I watched it, I enjoyed it.
The artwork honestly isn’t bad. The level of detail is not at all disappointing, the characters look pretty interesting, although the protagonist looks a bit plain, and the level of ecchiness isn’t all that bad. It’s not about fan service, which is a good thing.
Like I just said; it’s not at all about fan service. There is a good story behind this all. I only saw the first episode just now, but the story piqued my interest.
Ecchi and supernatural fans; eat your hearts out. I know I will be watching this and I know a lot of others will be watching this, too. I think this will prove to be an interesting piece with a lot of funny and interesting scenes.
Plot Summary: Asano begins work as the housekeeper for the old family of Shimazu, where he meets the ill-mannered, selfish, beautiful Sakaya. She is actually the 37th head of the Shimazu family in charge of sealing away monsters with Spirit Archery. Discovering that he has the powers of “true names” and “true eyes,”Asano becomes wrapped up in Sakaya’s battle with the monsters as her assistant.Read More
I hope that this will be the last Shigatsu wa Kimi no Uso post that I will keep short. I am getting tired of seeing Kaori in a hospital. For god’s sake, just tell us what’s wrong with her already. Is she dying? I swear I will drop this show instantly.
The girl gets a lot of medical attention and a lot of medication from what I could tell. Is she ill? Does she have cancer? Is one of her organs failing? Is she just diabetic? What the hell is wrong with that girl? She should grow up to become a fine young lady that will eventually end up marrying Kousei. That’s how this story is supposed to go, dammit!
The only good thing about this episode is that Kousei has successfully picked up the pieces. He has overcome a lot recently and has finally stepped back into the world of music. He even decided to move away to attend a music school, which ended up upsetting poor Tsubaki-chan. I hope that she, too, finds true happiness. She’s too adorable to be miserable.Read More
Once again I am keeping a Shigatsu wa Kimi no Uso post short again because this episode chocked me up. I have this new-found respect for the protagonist and I dread that the story is about to take a horrible turn.
Kousei played his mother’s favourite piece in order to say goodbye to her once and for all. The start may have been a little rough on the ears and even though it wasn’t his time to shine, he stilled played an incredibly beautiful piece that struck everyone and even ended up affecting the final act. Now that’s music for you!
Anyway, Kousei has finally re-entered the musical world by doing this. However, I fear that it might not last long now that Kaori is once again in the hospital because she passed out again. What the hell is wrong with it? Is it a brain tumor? Is it diabetes? Hell, is it aids? What is wrong with her!? Don’t you dare let her die! God, I don’t want to write this post anymore.Read More
I just have to write about this show. I remember when the first season came out and I underestimated it. My review was rather dull and, now that I’ve seen all of it, rather underrated. Kamisama Kiss is a really great show.
I love Nanami. I absolutely love her. She looks great and she is the very definition of adorable. In fact, they should just change the word adorable to Nanami. It’s her personality that makes her so suitable despite being human. The world would be a better place if Nanami was god. Nobody in his right mind would kill anybody in Nanami’s name. She’s just that pure.
I am also a little happy that her little monkey transformed into a little boy. We all knew that something like that would happen eventually. A crow transformed into a boy idol, a snake transformed into Mizuki and a fox transformed into Tomoe. It was just a matter of time before that little monkey transformed as well.
Anyway, Nanami got separated from Mizuki, whom was supposed to take care of her during her trip to the world of the gods, and is now attending alone without any support. She has to convince those gods that she is suitable and that she (and other humans) has value. I don’t see a problem with that to be honest. Anyone could see that Nanami is a kind, honest girl that would be willing to help anyone to the best of her abilities. That is definitely god-worthy. The chances of her being attacked or shunned somehow are very, very small I think.Read More