Oh man, Fate/Zero is back and the first episode just reinforced everything I love about the show – it’s big, it’s beautiful and off the charts charismatic.
*Crying, flipping desks, bawling eyes out*
I have a love & hate relationship with this show. I want to watch it, yet I can’t bear to watch it. It’s not that it’s bad or anything, but the romance in it just seems so remarkably real in comparison to some high school romances I know/experienced. Because of that, it’s a pain to watch because it invokes sentiments, but, I still believe the show is good enough to warrant me to watch it.
Nisemonogatari’s heartwarming (not terribly so) family ties season comes to an end.
Shinobu is so cute. Tsukihi is so cute. That is all…
I’m not even sure you can consider the introduction of a couple of mysterious characters who may or may not have some connection with Oshino a major breakthrough for the plot, because with only two episodes left, I’m very skeptical about how big a role Kagenui and Ononoki will have.
The two winners of the recent Crunchyroll contest were… drumroll please… Dai1313 and Mint! Thanks to everyone who stopped by and left a comment. The winners should be hearing from a Crunchyroll rep within the next few days.
A short list of things I liked about the infamous dental porn episode of Nisemonogatari.
In the last post for Nisemonogatari you may have seen a link to Crunchyroll at the bottom of the post. This is part of a Crunchyroll collaboration (or sponsortunity as Stephen Colbert might say) Rabbit Poets has engaged in. It won’t change much on the site from a content/design standpoint besides the end-of-post links you’ll see, but as part of the sponsortunity, I’m excited to announce that we’re giving away two premium 6-month memberships to Crunchyroll!
Mercifully, the flame wrath bee arc comes to a supposed end. Viewing the arc in retrospect, I have to admit that it was a rather droll storyline with a weak punchline.