Tags: awesomes, befriended, fangirling, pwned, shipping
Woo! Three cheers for ten times easier full arc posts! Now I can do fun little titles and I’ve cut my work by…well more than half. Doing it this way also makes it a lot easier to enjoy Skip Beat! since I don’t really have to worry about trying to say something about a scene I experienced like…four years ago or something.
Yup. This way is much better (for now).
Tags: awesomes, aww, befriended, cute~!, fangirling
Well, another awesome episode. The Dia arc really is great. I’m sad to see that it’s over. Especially since we’re definitely headed for fillers and a half-filler now. I’ll get more into what the fillers seem to be later though. They don’t seem to be quite as bad as I thought they might be. Not yet anyway.
But anyway! I can enjoy it as it is for now~! Because this was another awesome episode! Amu and Utau team-up ftw!
Tags: awesomes, cute~!, kyaa!
This episode was…AWESOME. But before I get into all of that, there’s a couple of other things I need to bring up.
This has certainly been a week full of Shugo Chara! stuff. But frankly, despite how excited a lot of this has made me, I’m pretty ticked off as well. The Shugo Chara fandom is starting to get too annoying…even for me. You can’t ruin the anime for me (I don’t care what people say when I’m just watching an episode), but you guys might ruin discussions for me.
Tags: awesomes, ugh
Not enough Mio-sama. That sums up my feelings toward this episode pretty well. They decided to focus more on the many other girls (that don’t have incredibly awesome laughs), and one of the boring ones specifically too.
And let’s just add in that the fanservice has returned as well. In full force! With boobs!
Of course! The boys want more than just the no-pants shots. They get to see no-pants whenever they want to in this show. Heh…I find the obvious fanservice in the show…just so funny.
Tags: Anime Girls, Arina Tanemura, awesomes, sentimental
Girl number 2, Otomiya Haine from Shinshi Doumei Cross. Just one more to go now, right?
Haine is the always-confused but still unusually awesome heroine of ShinKuro. She always does her best and she’s just…awesome. She’s awesome, okay? Let’s move on.
I was a bad girl. I illegally downloaded the episode. Bad me. I watched the streaming version, but I didn’t take any of my screencaps the first time through. I usually try to go through after and get some images.
But…um…we just got a Wii yesterday. And I think anyone who has a Wii can accept that as a perfectly good excuse. By the time I was done playing, I was too tired to do anything and…tehe. The next morning the stream was gone. Just like it’s supposed to be.
I’m going to have to start remembering about that. At least until I get my own methods of payment to buy the downloads (just 23 more days…).
Now that my confession is out of the way, let’s move on. I will be blogging Strike Witches every Thursday (or Friday if my scheduling gets messed up). I assume making fun of fanservice and cliches will get old after a while, but I can at least give reports on Mio and her awesome laugh every week. It’ll never get old (at least for me).
So, it took about four years, but I’ve finally seen every animated release for the Full Metal Panic! series. Seriously…it’s taken over four years. I checked.
I’ve been a fan of this series since the first time I saw it. It’s just great. Each season (or sequel maybe) was better than the one before it. And of course, Kyo-Ani worked on Fumoffu and Second Raid, which just automatically lets you know that the animation was great. And it was.
Oh and the characters. And the story! It’s all just great. Humor, action, everything.
So why did it take me four years to finish? To be honest…I don’t know.