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.
Continue reading Stolen from zhai2nan2: Overthinking and fear and power and kindness in Hunter X Hunter
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:
Continue reading Palm and Juvia: a tale of two gothy battle-babes
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.
Continue reading It’s not the rainbow wings that make Pouf gay. It’s not the little hearts or the violin music. It’s the jealousy.
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
Continue reading Shows I liked and disliked in 2013