Point 1: Manami and Mayuri could be switched and we’d be none the wiser.
Point 2: Light novels could be made into eroge and we’d beat up the miser.
Point 3: Advertisements could be in plain daylight and we’d be won the writer.
Point 4: Kyousuke doesn’t sound like Kyousuke did and weeds be nunchuck fighter.
Point 5: All these lines are actually getting longer and we’d be done the lighter.
Point 6: Horizon is delayed. Woohoo.
Point 7: I don’t even care about these specials anymore, stop trying to milk a dead cow.
Point 8: I thought Kyousuke would say what Keima said about ‘Games are games. Anime is anime. The ones who can’t tell the difference are the ones with lives and wives and money and comedy and homes and bones and food and grooves!’
Point 9: I’m not sure he actually said that.
Point 10: Ore no Imouto ga Konnani Kawaii Wake ga Nai Animated Commentary is such a long-ass title, but even so I don’t understand a single thing that’s happening in here and neither do I want to understand, and even if I did we’d bemoan the weather.
For some reason, I don’t remember watching Kirino’s novel’s episode, except for that part about Kirino and Kuroneko saying interesting things about each other.
It’s nice to see new perspectives about any situation, for example, from Kirino’s father – a look at what otaku society is like from a ‘normal person’s point of view.
I heard the producers saying ‘one-cour’, which was translated as… half a season? Are seasons half a year in America? That doesn’t make sense at all – aren’t there /four/ seasons in a year? If a season really is two cours… THEN WHAT ARE MY HALF SEASON REVIEWS GOING TO BE?! I guess I could stay with the definition of ‘climate season’, but… arghblargh television doesn’t make sense.
[Announcement: What’s with this new comment system? It’s like WordPress’s new link system, way too shiny and polished. I WANT MY OLD SIMPLE ONE-CLICK LINK AND ONE-CLICK COMMENTS BACK]
This subbing groups name is what‽
I actually finished HotD some time ago, but was just too lazy to write the final HSR, but I guess I can still watch this OVA.
Never mind about the ‘watch’ part…
My temperate is rising»
So that’s why the image was cut in half…
…it was an .avi.
Everyone has something to feel proud of.
I’m not very avi-savvy»
I swear, I almost had a deja vu moment that I downloaded the wrong episode, but the beginning’s just exactly the same.
Spoilers for both episode 12s»
“WE HAVE FOUND AN EMACIATED HIPPOPOTAMUS!”
Was he really an emaciated hippopotamus?»
So Tsucchi kills a really fat lizard, Maya shows off her intellect, and I spent a longer time typing the tags out than writing this post.
The rewritten last post of the year.
It’s only 38 MB; just watch it.
Overall Rating: 8/10 (Masterpiece)
It’s Winter! Two more Fall posts and then Fall’ll be over!
It’s all about youth, da ze.
If that doesn’t give you a brief example of what the hell this episode is about, I hope the following pictures will enlighten you. A picture’s worth a thousand captions, after all. Make your own in your minds :V
Funny how anime’s all about multiple endings now. Oh, and FYI this took place between fourth and fifth episodes – that is, after they found out you’d disappear after fulfilling what you wanted, and before they found out Tenshi’s name is Kanade, got her kicked out of Student Council (she’s still the president in this), and Yui’s still here (so it couldn’t have been after Naoi joined the SSS, cause, well, he hasn’t joined the SSS). Not much of an end there, is it? :P
Overall Rating: 6/10 (Amazing)
[Announcement: Extra = Specials]
Before watching, like all law-abiding citizens should do, I checked MAL whether this was age-appropriate or not.
To my growing dissatisfaction, it seemed the that violence and profanity embodied in this show was indeed, quite worrisome.
Nevertheless, I ventured out to watch the (zeroth) episode, merely a spin-off PV, with every single slide being a scene taken directly from the anime. Most of them not-so-decent scenes.
The one original scene was this, and I must profess that it was slightly disturbing, in a sense.
Not only was the dislodged head in question very violent, it does not seem to be capable of being used as a disco ball.
This deeply shocked my mental subconscious.
Following the display of crude indecency, I was treated to a vision of Maya’s dream: the construction of a giant school on top of a mountain.
Though its sheer inelegance contorted my sense of realism, the eventual appearance of a mythical
Hutchinson tsuchinoko, damn you spell checker, scarred me even more.
The following display of animal cruelty truly did wipe away all suspicions I had of this ‘R’ rating.
To all people under the age of twenty-one: I warn you, do not watch this show. You will develop a dangerously perilous lack of desire to help fellow animals in need.
To all who enjoyed this, shame on you, shame on you.