(To my readers, this blog post is a project for my Physics 10 course. The content therefore will have little to no connection to what I usually post. Nevertheless, if it holds your interest feel free to check it out.)
I shall never look at a toothbrush in the same way ever again.
With February 2012 nearing its last few days, I can’t help but feel that summer break is oh so near. Mostly because the heat is really kicking it up a notch these last couple of days, alongside the final stretch of this semester’s subjects. With exams and such steadily approaching, I decided to hold off some completed shows I had on-cue for the weekend until a week or two into March.
That being said, I don’t want to rush and pull an all-nighter of studying just yet. So taking anime out of the equation for the time being (save for on-going shows, lol) I needed to find something to pass the time when I’m not studying. Light novels doesn’t sit well after studying. Same goes for VN’s. A few curious clicks later though, and I found myself enjoying some manga.
And it does so in magnificent Shaft fashion. Probably the best episode dialogue-wise so far in my opinion.
The long awaited FMA movie finally reaches the digital shores of non-Japanese anime viewers like me who didn’t get to watch it’s North American premier. With FMA arguably being one of the best anime of all time with it’s impressive story direction, it’s reasonable to expect the movie to be just as good. But expectations can only go so far. FMA is no exception.
Likely so, but fortunately, Senjougahara has something else in mind in terms of vengeance. Six episodes strong is Nisemonogatari with some pretty interesting developments.
Another random post for you guys (I’ve got some reviews in the works, but that would have to wait, lol) and this time I’m gonna be talking about something similar to a post I made a few months ago – that is, one of the many reasons why we pick up a series, be it from the current season or from a past one. And for this post, I’ll be talking about “hype”
You know an episode is good if it makes twenty-four minutes fly by like you were just watching it for five. Well, it’s either that or I’m just happy to watch Nisemono.
A continuation of a post I made a while back, today I’ll again share with you guys some shows that I wish to watch in the near, yet expanding future.
As of late I haven’t finished any series on my backlog, and have been only sticking to on-going shows. I plan to cross out some titles (I doubt I can finish all, lol) come next month when studies aren’t so hectic. ‘Till then, here’s the second part of my Anime Bucket List.