Saw this nice kit available off of Hobby Link Japan for only 600 yen and snagged it immediately. And with that, my Macross Frontier fleet’s pretty much complete!
Since the beginning of the 2011 anime season, there has been a notable influx of series labeled under the mystery genre. Starting with Gosick in the Winter (and Spring) of that season, UN-GO in the Fall, and now with the currently airing Hyouka—it’s definitely an intriguing trend, especially for someone who grew up loving to read mysteries. And you know what’s even more interesting? How each series gives the genre its own special twist to give viewers an enjoyable experience. At least, it was for me. So today, I’ll talk little about each of the aforementioned series, what twist they made to the genre, and why they’re all worth watching.
EDIT2: K-ON! Movie post is up.
EDIT1: Blast From The Past: Eureka Seven is up.
No worries, I’m still here. I know it’s been a few days since my last article, but in between shuffling research meetings with the professor… covering 2 shows, a manga, writing up a long post for my Blast From The Past column, and writing up another long post on the K-ON! movie for Random Curiosity… and meeting up with old high school buddies, I haven’t really had the time to write extra posts in the last few days.
But stay tuned. With everything except the K-ON! post done, I reckon you’ll be seeing a new article (or maybe even “articles”) by the end of the week. Until then, feel free to look around the site. Lot to see, lot to read.
If anything, my Blast From The Past’ll be posted on RC
sometime on Tuesday (Posted! ~ see above) and my K-ON! post sometime around the afternoon Wednesday (Posted! ~ see above). I’ll update this post accordingly with links as they go up. Links are up.
Figured I’d give you guys a look at something I’ve been working on over the past few days, as well as the chronological order I follow when doing posts like Blast From The Past. More after the break.
Figured I’d mix things around today and put a post from a fellow writer at Random Curiosity, Zanibas. A kind of impressions post on the visual novel Hatoful Boyfriend. Maybe you’ve heard of this rumored post before, as it was meant to be a post for April Fool’s a few months back. Maybe not. Either way, due to certain circumstances, the release of the post never made it for April Fool’s, and has been in the void for a bit. But today, Hateful Boyfriend makes its triumphant debut!
Going past the mid-point of E7:AO now, viewers were given the best episode to date in this past week’s episode 13. Filled with revelations, the prevailing question has become: How does Astral Ocean link to the original E7? If at all? And well, after discussing a bit with Guardian Enzo (http://www.lostinanime.com/) and fellow RC writer SaberMochi, I figured I’d share a theory I thought up recently as a result, as well as some interesting questions/points. More after the break…
**SPOILER WARNING FOR ORIGINAL E7 AND ALL EPS OF E7:AO UP UNTIL EPISODE 13.
No worries, I’m still around. Just busy uploading pictures from my trip to the West Coast last week. Speaking of which, take a peek if you have some free time. I’ll be updating this with more links as I finish posting each city’s pictures.
7/11/12 – Vancouver pictures are up.
7/13/12 – Victoria and Buchart Gardens pics are up.
**Another oldie, but goodie from leetNEET.
The Human Revolution is upon us. The limits we once faced are no more and the time has come to redefine what it means to be human. The question is, at what point does this self-created evolution cross the line? Should there even be any line at all? Either way, you have to decide. Will you join the revolution? Or will you join hands against it? (This review is based on the PC version.)
With the DLC out and the Mass Effect adventure officially over, there’s no better time then now to talk about the series as a whole, the impact of the ending, and what the DLC does/didn’t do.
Note: The post will be organized into impressions about the game itself (no real spoilers), my reaction to the ending (spoilers), then a section regarding the DLC (spoilers).
Figured since Rinne no Lagrange S2 is here, I’d go dig up back this series introduction I wrote way back when as my second ever online article.
From Xebec, the Production I.G. subsidiary behind the recent Broken Blade (Break Blade) movies, comes the action/sci-fi anime Rinne no Lagrange. Their sole project for the Winter 2012 season, Lagrange may look cliche due to its plot, but you’d be making a mistake not giving the show a chance, especially when it gets so many things right.