Kanako loses a lot of blood this episode. But look at who she’s waking up to! Look at her! If that’s not a recipe for anime lust-inspired nosebleeds, I don’t know what is.
Last season there was a lot of focus on Mako-chan, this season there’s been a lot on Touma.
Part 1: A girl and her… cheese lemon custard chiffon pie?
I’m confident that I personally will never see one of these:
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The latest episode of Kurokami gets off to a pretty amusing start, with Kuro munching on uncooked ramen and giving Keita a peep show, as Akane walks in. Kuro realizing what’s up, gives Akane a little something something to stoke her flame with a peep show of her own.
I know Sunrise is producing this, but I swear I’m watching a JC Staff show. Anyway, this episode picks up where the last one left off. As Keita mourns Mayu’s death, the eerie similarity to his mom’s death causes him to get more obsessed about doppeliners. Which causes everyone to worry about him, from his beautiful keeper, Akane, to his well-intentioned, but ultimately unhelpful, homeroom teacher. Meanwhile, the thug who failed to kill Kuro receives dire punishment from an outrageous looking villain, who’s an apocalypse-short of being in fashion.
Sadly, this ep was low on Mariya and Matsurika time, but it was still pretty good.
I’ve never played a dance rhythm game, nor do I have any desire to do so…. BUT… if they ever released the new Haruhi dance game, I’d totally get it. Just for the hell of it. And when no one was looking, I might even play it. Although it’d be cooler if they made use of the Wii balance board too. Moving your feet at the right time is half the battle.
A story of girls and their puddings. This will be an indie hit one day.
Part 1: Touma’s Pudding Pilfery
I know nothing about the manga, except that it was written and drawn by a couple Korean guys. Judging by the reactions on the MAL forums, it seemed like the manga fans were pissed, because Sunrise took some liberties in straying from the manga storyline. It’s not surprising. Rarely does the adaption live up to the fan’s expectations based on original source material. Lucky for me, I can just comment on the anime without having to worry about that.
This is bound to make it back in a favorites post at some point in the future, but I really like the new ED. It’s called Trust You by Yuna Ito. The song’s got a simultaneously somber, yet hopeful sound, which fits the show really well (plus no engrish!). And the producers do another great job of picking out really beautiful and poignant scenes to include with it.
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