It’s been pretty dead here, but I can at least be bothered to fart out a season conclusion post. My career is closing in on its expiration date anyways and things have gotten a lot calmer from the nightmarish summer. So here’s anime I finished this season, plus one that I didn’t as a bonus. Continue reading “Summer 2017 Conclusion”
I wish I could say this blog wasn’t dead, but working life has left me a dried husk of a man I used to be and I struggle to find energy for any pastime activities. But I have been keeping up with the season the best I could, and here are the results.
I ended up getting a pretty late start on the season, but on the other hand this made it easier to judge the shows a little bit before placing them on the watchlist. As always, work is weighing heavily on me although the worst should be over soon. Just got to think of the money and how all of this will feel like a distant bad dream when I’m chilling and burning film in Kyushu this Christmas. Continue reading “Spring 2017 First Impressions and Watchlist”
That’s it for the x girls doing n things comedy duo. These two played a significant part in keeping at least a bit of my sanity intact while riding my soon to be trainwreck of a career. Lately all I’ve been hoping for is falling into a coma and waking up in September when this hell is finally over. Nothing good has ever come from following ambition, but I just don’t seem to learn that lesson. Thank god I still have my Japanese animes. Continue reading “Closing Thoughts on Gabriel DropOut and Urara Meirochou”
I expected a troubled start for the season because of work, and then my schedule got further complicated by my first attempts at C-41 processing which has taken up a lot of my spare time recently. In the meantime, the season has reached the point at which the shows have more or less proven themselves or died trying. My watchlist went through a lot of changes from the original partly due to my slightly increased watching habits in despite the frantic film processing. And also some figurine stuff. Continue reading “Winter 2017 First Impressions Round-up”
I guess it’s about time to cover this one. I’ve seen the game on Steam sales a couple of times and admittedly was tempted to give it a try, but fortunately Neptunia and Senran Kagura are already occupying my gaming timeslot for kusoge with hot chicks. Anyway, I thought I’d at least check the anime out, and surprisingly the first episode was actually decent. It didn’t try to take itself seriously and the action was unexpectedly slick. Was GONZO about to, dare I say, deliver a solid show for the first time since antiquity? Continue reading “First Impressions on Akiba’s Trip – Electric Burlesque”
The first episode was pretty slow, but the second one’s where the ride got started. Shouichi’s defence is piss weak even for Amagami protagonist standards, and this is not to mention his neutron star level density. Overall this appears to be one of those shows where the main girl has more balls than the protagonist. She’s certainly on full offense. Continue reading “First Impressions on Seiren – The Winter Offensive”