It’s the last day of March and I find myself both drowsy and for the most part bored. I did manage to cull my “plan-to-watch” list over the week but these past few days have just been so static (though it may be because I haven’t adjusted to not having anything to do). To alleviate these feelings I went with a sort-of last resort past-time for me – watch random episodes of any series that I have. Intriguingly, I almost, always found myself going for shows with an episodic format.
To be able to talk about anime with people you know is fun. One thing that’s awesome about being an anime fan here in the Philippines, especially in the ages of 16, 17-ish to, I guess, a bit above 2o, is that, there’s a relatively high probability that you can strike up a conversation with anime with a person you just met.
Here it is, *sigh* the last episode of everyone’s balanced dose of fanservice and plot >.<
I’ve now just realized that I didn’t make a lineup post for Winter, which, I kinda feel bad about, given how surprisingly good the season was. This Spring however, looks rather promising, if not more so than how Winter was promising.
This is just gonna be a quick rundown of the shows I’m planning to pick up, why I want to watch them, and my concerns about ‘em. With that, let’s get this list going.
Which is more Tsukihi :3
At this point in time I’d guess that most, if not all of you guys, have encountered Ace Railgun’s 50 Questions post. Some of the guys that I follow, like Kai, Tsurugiarashix and SomewhatMystia also answered these questions, so I thought why not join in on the fun and decided to give it a go myself. Plus I’m still on my College-induced abstinence from anime (and I was this close to finishing Bamboo Blade too >.<)
Leap250, the ani-blogger
1. Who is your favorite male anime character?
This is a tough one, but I gotta go with Orihara Izaya from DuRaRaRa!! because of his personality and insane knife skills. Araragi Koyomi from the -monogatari series is a close second though.
It’s supposed to be her arc after all. In exchange however, we are introduced to two new and relatively intriguing characters.
If I could live in that endless sky, with no class hierarchy, no poverty, no contempt, no scorn, I wouldn’t need anything else in the world.
“You’re still not satisfied?”
“Even if no one else knows about me, if Lady remembers me, that’s enough for me,”
Charles said, carelessly.
But Fana, looking serious, said, “Okay. Then I’ll remember pilot Charles, forever.”
“I don’t deserve such an honor.”
“I’m not joking.”
- excerpts from Inumura Koroku’s To Aru Hikuushi e no Tsuioku (fan-translated by the good people at Mazui subs)
Oh, and I highly suggest reading the novel first before watching the movie.