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no dataI’ve already known this anime for a long time but this is the only time my brother downloaded it… It caught my attention because it has the anime reactor’s best sci-fi anime award. Well, the first thing that entered my mind was Digimon because it has something to do with cyberspace/digital things but it is really different on a very higher level.

It is very sci-fi I say because the world where the character lives is very futuristic. Where you can call somebody by simply using hand gestures. Where 4D is already present. Yes, I think Time/Space has been part of the dimension already in this anime. (As if I’m into Physics too much…) If ever the future people would be able to achieve what is depicted in this anime, I’ll gladly be a member of the Megabaa’s Agency. I was shokku when I saw the “Mikuru-beam” in the show. I think it is pretty cool and I think if I was a generation of that epoch, I’ll gladly waste my time exploring the cyberspace and the “Illegals” + I can write blog entries anywhere! Isn’t that convenient? I’m very annoyed when I forget things which is supposedly a good entry.

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fukoDango, dango…(wth!)

And so… This time I quite see some Tomoyo(s) around the anime blogosphere so I told myself I think I should check out Clannad myself and there~~ One thing that motivated me to watch this series on the first place is Tomoyo. I’ve been seeing avatars where she is on the action. I thought it was just “fanpic” so I didn’t bother but I did saw it on the series so I was dumbfounded when I immediately saw it on episode 1.

I’m impressed… Yes, they didn’t came up with any Uguus~ , Auus~ and Gaus~ this time. Well, I have to say though that Fuko’s arc is very Kanon-ish and Air-ish… Well, I can’t blame them. I think they are fond of that plot twist. I’m not saying that it is bad. It is just predictable though(for those who watched Air and Kanon like me).There was also this wheat field with strange lights. I think I saw it from both Air and Kanon.

I don’t know what does the starfish symbolizes throughout the series(or maybe they just want it to be starfish). I have to admit it, I also want to receive that sculpture Fuko holds XD. By the way, I have researched what it symbolizes and I think it quite figures why they chose starfish as the symbol.

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BalsaYeah right, as if I’m a bibliophile. But I’m not. But I feel good when I’m surrounded by books. I’m not so much into reading books though. As far as I know I can count the books I have finished reading in my hands XD. BUT! If its fiction and anime-related I think(yes, I’m very motivated) I can read and finish it.

Moribito series were first published as literature materials for the children because it is a great example of book that could drag you in the flow of the story. The thing is, the story itself is just too fantastic for the kids, it had many adult fans so I guess this can be put to the category “I’m so lazy to read it so please turn it to an anime”. Geez, even I admits that it is boring to read books especially when they are way too predictable. Well, I guess  this one is different. It falls under historical fantasy. It maybe fiction, but the author’s brilliant ideas makes it as if it really happened. The parallel universe concept of the story also intrigues me a lot because I rarely see stories that uses it because it’s way toooo fiction so I think I’ll recognize it for that.

It also very enjoyable because Balsa embarks on a journey. Journey/Adventure animes are always whimsical because you don’t know what happens next. I grew to like InuYasha(even though it has many episodes) because of its adventure as well. Balsa is same in that way but also different. She didn’t embark on a journey to battle ugly monsters just to defeat the wicked boss at the end(I’m referring to Naraku). Because it is historical fantasy, there are overflowing ideas of the author that is shown in the story. I don’t even know if it is true or not(or do I even care). I just love how the story goes.

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And yes… I have finished Kure-nai because I was intrigued when I saw it weeks ago on several anime blogs.

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This is the first time for me to blog about Macross Frontier even though I have watched it since it’s premier. It’s just that I didn’t watch the previous seasons of Macross.

I didn’t liked the first part of the episode because all they did was to recapitulate what happened so far. Good thing there were songs that didn’t make me bored. So far, it really is puzzling and I like animes like these. There are so many mysteries that awaits to be disclosed. By the way, Grace became the leader of Sheryl’s new project[does that mean Sheryl was dumped? *hehe* go Ranka!!!]. I almost forgot that this series is Macross, a MECHA anime. It almost looked to me as if its a musical anime. Even so, it’s great.

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