Sunday, 10 April 2011
Teehee, so much for your own personal blog. I has invaded. Anyway, in the Spring 2011 season, I've seen Dog Days, Oretachi ni Tsubasa wa Nai, and Astrotte no Omocha so far.
From the creators of Nanoha, the studio Seven Arcs is back at it with a new series, Dog Days. Our hero here is summoned into an unknown world by the princess of a country at war. Just one catch, wars in this world are quite different from what comes to our mind. It seems very interesting, but at the same time, there are still oh so many different ways this could go.
Oretachi ni Tsubasa wa Nai
This basically sums up the first episode. I had trouble following whatever the heck was going on. Not leaving a great first impression, but it deserves a second episode to prove itself.
Astarotte no Omocha!
Admittedly, not too much happened in the first episode. The male lead appears during the last few minutes. But it was a great introductory episode and succeeds in catching the viewer's attention. All aside... the female lead is voiced by Rie Kugimiya. Copy/pasting off of Wikipedia.. "Due to her popularity in such roles, some of her fans have named her as the Queen of Tsundere"
For starters, I'll be putting out this Angel Beats Review. Have fun and expect more content in the future!
Otonashi Yuzuru wakes up in the Afterlife Battlefront(it's really just a high school in the afterlife) without any memories. There, he meets Nakamura Yuri, leader of the SSS that opposes Angel in the Battlefront. Otonashi Yuzura now finds himself with an invincible body and a fight against dissappearing.
It was a great anime. It's on the same level as Clannad and possibly even greater just for having all those emotions packed into a short 13 episodes. At first it felt like I was watching Haruhi. There's a lot of comedy with Yuri resembling Haruhi a lot as well(she even has hair ribbons). Then it got deeper and I saw the emotional side of it. It has a unique plot with great art. You'll be in for a good time if you watch this anime :D
The artist for the ending song also had a song used in Clannad: Tomoyo After
Tenshi is voiced by Hanazawa Kana, a well known seiyuu for roles like Azunyan(K-on) and Kirino(Oreimo)
Key had a hand in this anime. Epic +100.
Hey there fellow otakus! Welcome to my fresh-out-of-the-oven blog OtakuBase. I plan to put a lot of effort into this so expect more content in the future.
Here's some of the things that I will be doing.
- New things