First off, I would like to introduce a screen capture of Killua that perfectly explains the philosophy of this blog:
Secondly, for those of you who watch Hunter X Hunter, I would like to compare Killua and Gon to Knuckle and Shoot and to Morel and Knov.
It is interesting that Hunter X Hunter does not typically provide a lot of fan service, and yet the latest character design of Palm is amazingly beautiful.
The only character I care about in Fairy Tail is Juvia, who currently is going strong:
Some people might automatically assume that Pouf is gay just because he has little heart-shapes on his rainbow wings.
No. Rainbows and hearts don’t make you gay.
I am mostly out of touch with the primordial cycle of the seasons, but anime shows come out in 4 separate seasons of 13 episodes each, so now that the Autumn 2013 season has ended, it is time to criticize anime writing.
Yozakura Quartet: Hana No Uta
The original Yozakura Quartet anime was much more subdued; this made it more plausible, but less exciting. Hana no Uta is over-the-top, and for the most part that works out well, although it sometimes gets so whimsical that it snaps me out of my suspension-of-disbelief.
I was very impressed with this reboot. I enjoy each episode; I hope that the writer will manage to deliver a satisfactory plot that will prove to be worthy of all the individual episodes.
Beyond the Boundary/Kyoukai no Kanata