Correction, the maturity only applies to how one thinks, not how one’s body is presented.
Remember kids, when your parents tell you not to make bad friends, they mean it. Especially when it involves betting.
Behold! It’s your favorite vampire series now Shoujo-fied courtesy of CLAMP.
While not as bad as last week, storms and losing internet continue to be a problem. And there are more storms tonight. Lovely.
Episode 15 is an absolute delight. It seeks to wrap up episode 14 of course, but is definitely superior to it’s previous episode. Probably because there was a lot more actual things happening rather then just establishing the setting.
The episode opens with the inn being, as Gorden Ramsey would say, “In the -BBC’s poor bleeping out skills here-. Ohana proves her oddball state by offering to work for them despite being on a vacation. I can’t say I know anyone who would be nearly that selfless. I’d expect more of a Yuina response.
The scene in the souvenir shop where the characters are trying to pick out special gifts for the employees. The gifts really felt as if they fit the employees (and I want Mango Toner).
Gainax is finally out with one of the latest premieres of the summer season. Unfortunately, they’re following this weird trend of shows featuring ill-tempered, socially retarded, but moebait little girl detectives. Fortunately, Dantalian blesses us with a quite capable male lead to pick up some of the slack.
Besides my normal season review this week. I’ll be offering some added mid season reflection as an added bonus.
Praise Sata–err… the lord… er, whatever. We’ve finally reached the Mid-season mark for Blue Exorcist! Hurray! Anyway, Let’s see how our young Exwires fared for this week’s episode.
It’s pretty well established that Sacred Seven is on the fence as far as taking itself too seriously goes. On one hand, you have heartfelt drama and a dark past that makes Alma thinking he’s the equivalent of the Hulk more believable. On the other, you have a maid combat force and a girl jumping out of a plane without a parachute because there’s apparently no time to put one on. Even if it is taking itself ridiculously seriously, it’s hard to tell with the goofy character antics. Continue reading “Sacred Seven Episode 2: A Lesson in Irresponsible Skydiving”