Monday, March 10, 2014
Again another odd mixture of fan service, surrealism, and sweetness that never fails to leave me entertained and feeling happy.
Sunday, March 9, 2014
A "Hot Springs Episode" that actually has impact on the plot instead of simply being fan service for fna service's sake and secrets are revealed. All things while less goofy and strange as the two-part treasure club arc none the less the story continues to be engrossing while never takeing itself seriously.
Sio ends up in Japan meets up with Aso meanwhile monsters invade parts of Japan Sio discovers she has some sort of power that's like Yusuke's Spirit Gun from Yu Yu Hakusho, and one okay action scene involving Jack showing up at the right time. Not much new or different and cost cutting measures are starting to show but still an enjoyable waste of 23 to 30 minutes.
Saturday, March 8, 2014
All I can say is another good episode, internal tensions rise questions of Mayu's past with I-1 come up and everything has tension drama and a ocassional sparkling amount of humor and character interaction. Good
Thursday, March 6, 2014
Manaka is back! Honestly this whole episode felt like seeing Menma from AnoHana back with her friends for me and of course it's always nice to see Sayu get all self conscious around Kanami as well but still this series feels like it's simply dragging it's feet to meet a run time or episode allotment and while it's enjoyable in some ways to have the gang back together it also shows how little the series has actually changed in many ways and the plot device of members of the cast having been in hibernation feels like a lazy way to shore up shoddy writing that only had a plodding and hackneyed love triangle going for drimatic tension.
Tuesday, March 4, 2014
Suzu's insufferable little sister Ena makes her début as a self-professed "super detective" after Sonico is found unconscious in the back of the restaurant Suzu works at and that the band is using as rehearsal space. This whole episode shows how adorably over active and the un hinged imagination of Ena is the playing off of others is well handled and all in all a fun light episode like every other episode that continues to build a large world filled with odd personalities
Sunday, March 2, 2014
This series continues to confound description after an absurd two part story arc now the episode focus' on resident sweet scarfing former Yakuza Goro and White Light get a hand up on Zvezda with frenetic battle scenes and an hypnotic microphone. From odd comedy scenes to showing the pasts of Goro and other members of Zvezda, this continues to be a series that must be watched as describing it does not do it justice as to the hot blooded fight sequences and affecting flash backs and overall feel. I continue to find this series odd but in all things fascinating