“Where do I begin… To tell the story of how great a love can be”
I am sure many of you would know that opening sentence to Andy William’s song, Love Story.
Well, forget about it, this ain’t that great love story that you might be after.
One Week Friends
Isshuukan Friends is a cute series that tells the story of a student named Yūki Hase who actively seeks out the shy class loner Kaori Fujimiya and tries to be her friend.
This series was an unexpectedly entertaining to watch and here’s why…
Lets kick start the new beginning of reviews with one of Mushishi Zoku Shou.
I was more than excited to see the show back on air, but the question that would have come to most people mind would be:
“How would the show fair after being off air for so long?”
The one good thing about Chaika’s “riveting” way of talking is that it really saves time. It’s unbelievable how few words are necessary when you reduce it all to simply blurting out the bare essentials!
Hitsugi no Chaika 01/02 – A Quest Of Sentimental Necrophilia
Welcome back to Otakuness Anime Reviews, guys! After a bit of a hiatus the blog you maybe know or haven’t actually ever heard of before is back! I’m M0rg0th, one of the writers on this blog (obviously, I guess…) and the biggest public recognition I’ve gotten was being mentioned on 4chan for a review I’ve written that everybody hated because I hated the series everybody liked for some or no reasons (long story short: it was the internet being the internet). Anyway, the first series I will review here is rather randomly chosen, it’s just one of those new ones I’m watching this season. Also, I’ve seen Scrapped Princess (which I actually like quite a bit) and was therefore interested to see how this one would turn out. Let’s see what I’ve thought of it, shall we?
It’s been a couple of years since I last post in this blog and I’ve missed it (and you readers most of all).
It’s good to know that everyone feels the same way. =P
Episode 05 – The Truth of the Classics Club and Its History
I am suffering from sleep deprivation and this episode didn’t help me counter that one bit.
The episode was a weird one that had made it seem like this were the last episode of the series and that the show was over. Naturally… it isn’t.
Believe it or not, this “laid back detective/story-telling” series is slated for 21 episodes + an OVA. Whether my new found revelation (due to this episode) of the potential series structure for the show is a blessing or a pain-in-the-arse is left to be seen.
If you are wondering why I am posting this random stumbled instead of a review… the answer to that is that I’m too tired to write up a review today. =P
Instead, I thought that this might interest you guys instead.
This episode is my favorite of the series so far. There’s so much going on between the characters, and the problems aren’t resolved by simply paying some jazz together. I feel like this episode was everything I’d been expecting out of Sakamichi but not quite getting. Yippee!
Episode 04 - Past Days of the Classics Club and It’s Glory
Right… So Oreki does it again with his mystery solving skills, but this time he solves it all?
I doubt it.
The show is bad… but it can’t be that bad.