I hereby present my wrap-up post for shows that ended this March. It’s way too late I know. I was quite surprised and overwhelmed myself while writing the post because I just realized that I indeed watched 11 shows simultaneously last season — it didn’t seem like that.
This cover includes the following shows: Another, Guilty Crown, Natsume Yuujinchou Shi, Nisemonogatari, Danshi Koukousei no Nichijou, Persona 4, Chihayafuru, Ano Natsu de Matteru, Papa no Iu Koto wo Kikinasai, Shakugan no Shana S3, Zero no Tsukaima: F
Spoilers everywhere. You’ve been warned. For the walls of texts. Read More
The first chapter of the volume never had an impending feeling about the tragedy that will befall the characters playing the virtual game. Although there were hints of how Kirito, the main character, is regretful of some things as he began explaining the exposition and the current status of the game, none of it was particularly referring to something. I thought it was a bit weird that the description of the battle during the first part was a bit overdone in such a way that it’s as if it was a matter of life and death despite being a mere virtual game and true enough, it really was. I honestly think that the foreshadowing done during the early chapters was excellent. Read More
I wasn’t exactly excited over Nisemonogatari since I was pretty much expecting already that they’ll really adapt the rest of the Monogatari series given that Tsukihi and Karen haven’t had their respective arcs yet. But right after I saw the trailer, I can’t believe how much I missed the characters, especially Hitagi. The surreal backgrounds and settings, the walls of texts, and the eerie architectural design of the abandoned cram school, to name one, still fascinates me up until now. Read More
Well first, I have to thank the person who recommended this show to me. I’m totally interested in anime that touches the topic of cyberspace since it feels very meta. Aside from this, the psychological aspect of the show was greatly executed that it resonates well to some of my own self-aimed questions. Well then, here’s a “review” of the series. Read More