Fourth episode in the books and Nisemonogatari continues to please its fans by giving us the best possible mix of bath scenes and plot development.
Being Anime fans, it’s safe to assume that we’ve all watched a variety of shows. From the old-school to the mainstream, the classics to the new generation, shounen to shoujo, drama to harem, and well, you get the picture. I do believe though, that we all have that one show that was a little bit different from the rest, which has set camp in our hearts, with no plans of leaving anytime soon.
Yes, another week has gone by and we are now on episode 3 of Winter 2012′s Nisemonogatari. The story finally starts turning its gears with some pretty interesting developments, along with the introduction of the “big bad” himself. Oh, and did I mention more Senjougahara?
“Love conquers all”. It’s a wonderful thing to believe in, and has proven its effectiveness most of the time. Countless movies, novels, television shows, up to anime and manga have had its fair share of the miracles of love. That is to say, most of the time what love needed to overcome was something fantastical altogether. What happens then, if the obstacle is too tangible, too real. Would love be enough?
Kicking it with some old school romance, here’s a Quick Look at HanTsuki.
Here we are, episode two of Winter 2012′s Nisemonogatari. Re-introducing the trend from Bakemonogatari, the episode starts out with a distinct (and might I add nice) OP sequence for the first arc, which is the Karen Bee arc.
After a week of discussion and reading my fellow ani-bloggers’ posts, I think its safe to say that it was a very nice learning experience.
Come one, Come all!
Welcome readers, and welcome to my entry for the Blog Carnival. Yes, an Anime Blog Carnival. Orchestrated by du5k from One Minute of Dusk, the idea is that, du5k, and other fellow ani-bloggers (me included) write a post focusing on one uniform topic, which in this carnival, is about what makes a 10/10 anime - to create a widespread discussion among both the readers and the ani-blogging community.
So step right up, boys and girls, don’t be shy, and let’s get this carnival on the road.
Hey guys. Gonna do something new this year, and try my hand at episodic reviews. And what better show to start with than the sequel to one of my favorite shows. Let’s welcome back Koyomi, Hitagi and the rest of the “harem” for Winter 2012′s Nisemonogatari!
Whenever an anime deals with themes of life, death, the value of living, fate, or any other thought provoking theme, more often than not, Miyazawa Kenji’s Night on the Galactic Railroad will be referenced in one way or another. It’s pretty much a classic novel among the Japanese. Being the curious Filipino that I am, I naturally wanted to know more about it after hearing it being mentioned numerous times. Sadly, I can’t read Japanese, and I haven’t seen the translated version of the novel at our local bookstores. So I went ahead to the next best thing.