And Heroman has a new opening and ending theme. I really like the new opening theme, while the forty seconds of depressed people was a little weird, everything else was really cool (Stan Lee action pose for the win!) and I really liked the song.
So for the elder readers, does anyone remember an old show called Party of Five? I never watched it, but all I remember about it was it featured ridiculously hot girls and a lot of emo situations. Uh… not that I’m saying Angel Beats is anything like that.
In the world of K-On, it’s summer break, and time for another training camp. While the last two training camps took place on the warm beach, this time the girls decide to mix it up a bit, and go to the mountains. I sit here in envy that going to both the ocean and the mountains is a possibility for the girls and that they don’t consider either too far away.
Oh man, Joey’s date was hilarious, and not in a good way. I mean, there was Lina’s outfit which is designed to cover as little as possible.
Joey’s quite excited about his date. Seriously though, what is his reading? Are those a bunch of girl’s magazines he got from the Supermarket, or what? Oh Joey…
This episode of K-On didn’t have as much substance as the previous couple episode, pretty much being watching the girls doing cute stuff.
Eh… what can I say. I loved the middle of the episode when we got to see Yuri reject her paradise. I didn’t particularly like the beginning or end. So what does that make this? A stale ice cream sandwich?
Sawako finally gets an episode dedicated to her.
The spring season was a bit lacking in any truly exceptional shows but it’s far better than what we’ve got this season. Fortunately for me, one of the shows out this season is a shonen so that pretty much decided on the spot what I was going to blog. So if Deen don’t mess it up, I’ll be blogging the awesomeness that might be NuraMago..!
I wonder if Jun Maeda was influenced by Persona 4, because first we see a Naoto clone (named Naoi) and now we get evil shadows that consume people.