Don’t Toy With me on a Whim, & A Loser I Can’t Hate
How can there be such beauty, such delicacy, such bold and contentious views in such an unconventional anime. Kill la Kill is nothing but mere child’s play? No emotion nor story worth watching from your pretentious throne? This may not have the depth suitable for a critique such as yourself, but what it does have is moxie, and that’s something your favourite show will never even hope to achieve.
Recap on: Ultramarine, Moonlight Purple, Bitter Orange, Chartreuse Light and Shocking Pink
Kyoukai no Kanata! I did seriously think I’d have a load of positive things to say about this anime, with it’s incredible, quirky and creative style and scenery, the intriguing plot and the way it handles each episode… Things were going well, until episode 6 rolled round. Oh… Dear. Take the “Pink” out of the episode title “Shocking Pink” and you will see what I think of the episode in just one word! … And it’s not in a good way. Continue reading
Dawn of a Miserable Morning, & Hikigane.
Since this is my first post in the new format I wanted to take a few lines up to say just how happy I am that nothing about my writing will change. What was the old format anyway? That’s all unimportant garbage now, what really matters is content and this content will blow you away. Or possibly just leave you, well, content with it.
Well, I guess I’ll start this off. I went into this show completely blind, and all I can say is that I was gladly impressed with the first episode. Though I feel like not as much as some people. Why am I always so hopelessly optimistic? Continue reading
What better way is there to get an unmotivated gamer to start a task in the real world than putting someone he actually does care for in the verge of death? Yes, because it’s not a game anymore. Keima now has a good reason to search for the Goddesses and will put his all into it, even if it means becoming the Devil of the gaming world by dating several girls at once. Not like that’s not common occurrence in dating sims anyway…
From now on there will be an “Adaptation Reflections” section at the end of all my Kaminomi posts. It will still be spoiler free, but I’ve decided to include it separately so anyone who’s not interested doesn’t have to read through my complaining rants. (Conversely, anyone who’s only interested in the complaints can skip right to it^^’)
When the Sun Goes Down
Ok. Let’s skip the introductory part of “I love the manga and have been really excited for the adaptation” and get right to the final minutes of the episode. Here’s the main thing I have to say about it: why the hell did they change who stabbed Kanon?! That said, I’d better leave my ranting to the end of the post and get my writing back in order.
Alright, so I’m back and covering this. Unfortunately the series has been dragging ass lately.
Race To the Cliffs of Death
Stroheim is back in business! He got an extreme nazi makeover, turning into a cyborg. He made sure to up his strength and have tons of little gadgets in his body. Including a machine gun.
So, episode 17 may not have been the action-packed awesomeness last episode was but for me it felt like the shortest episode we’ve got so far. And when you spend 20 minutes looking at a screen and end up astonished at how that’s what how your watch registered the 5 minutes you were sure to have passed… well, you know you enjoyed something immensely.