I talk about my dislike for the horror anime, Another. It was quite a terrible experience watching it, especially because it crushed my hopes for it rather prudently.
By the way, enjoy the new intro I spent lots of time working on!
*thrashes the old post*
I was supposed to write a “12 hours of anime” on Christmas itself but I spent too much time doing irrelevant things (like drawing the above, playing Sengoku Basara and sleeping) thus, post is postphoned until I get back home from celebrating X’mas. Which should be in approximately 12 hours; perfect for the post eh? Meanwhile, wishing all a Merry Xmas and if you guys are reading this, please do go out, get a life and stop being a recluse at home.
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You know, that show by PA works with a sexy heron in it, about girls and a hot spring inn.
My honest opinion: The heron deserves more screen time than the stupid porn writer or Enishing.
Today I opened up a few of this season’s new shows, starting with Hanasaku Iroha. As with most shows, I only go by what I see on the Cart Driver (or previously chartfag) listings. I like to start a show with as little bias as possible. To begin, here’s a brief premise of the show:
“Hanasaku Iroha centers around 16-year-old Ohana Matsumae who moves from Tokyo to out in the country to live with her grandmother at an old hot spring inn named Kissuisō. Ohana begins working at the inn and makes friends with the other employees.”
Look, I’ll be honest with you. I’m sick and tired of all the fanservice in anime today. I think it’s really demeaning for girls to see that their animated counterparts are (almost) always the receiving end of “accidental” groping, panchira, compromising positions, master-servant relationships and more things that give anime a bad rap. Continue reading
That said, it’s come to my attention that season preview posts usually get very wordy…and very, very boring. So in an attempt to freshen things up, I’m going to take a leaf out of Canne’s book (as requested here’s your big shiny link) and write from
the perspective of someone with dissociative identity disorder multiple perspectives.