I had to pause this scene and take my time to laugh.
I guess every one who work with texts has the same problem: writing the first paragraph. All the words and ideas you want to tell the reader are there, at the tip of your fingers just waiting to be typed, but you can’t find that first word. That’s why most writers begin their texts with something superfluous. Pure incompetence and total lack of creativity.
I’m clearly not that kind of person, what you’re going to read are my thoughts about the anime Tasogare Otome x Amnesia, and of course I’ll stay on the subject. For example, I’ll start by stating the fact that every single episode has a “mystery” in its name, but such thing is nowhere to be found on any episode. This isn’t necessarily bad, but it’s misleading anyway.
Here I go again, now it’s time for Sacred Seven. I didn’t want to watch this show at first because I’m not into shounens but I don’t regret changing my mind. The main reason was the fact that Sunrise was behind the project: they “always” make everything look better. I guess it is safe to say that Sacred Seven had pretty decent animation, OST and seiyuus, the combination of these elements can make the shittiest project become good if you forget about plot.
I’ll keep the same structure in my previous review and talk some hater and lover points of view and then finish with my own.
Daikichi and Rin, the protagonists
Usagi Drop was the first anime to finish this spring season… No wonder, it was an 11 episode series and, given its genre, I can understand why. Slice of life animes can become boring quite easily and even though we know that audience is not always the main factor behind the exhibition of a show like this, it is nice to give the ones who still watch it the feeling of “I want MOAR” instead of “I don’t want it anymore”.
Well I’m not reviewing it technically although I might point something out in the text. What you’re about to read is first a hater point of view and then a lover point of view. They are written based both on my own and by other people experiences who watched the series (and also who didn’t, and why). So, if you want technical information, you can always look into AniDB, MyAnimeList and other sources.
So damn pretty
Amagami SS is the kind of anime you watch for relaxing after a hard day at the office. It features occasional encounters, chats and situations among all characters, leading to more intimacy and stronger relationships.
The animation is pretty cool in my opinion. Backgrounds are kind of standard, but all characters are nicely designed and it’s impossible for you not to like at least one of the girls. To me, all of them are lovely, but my number one is Morishima. I liked both her appearance and personality, sadly she is too perfect to be real.
Talking about music, I found the OST quite good. There are two nice opening songs and each heroine sings her own ending theme. The choice of different endings is definitely a plus although some might not like some songs… I think you agree with me that it’s impossible to nail 10 songs in one anime. You can check all openings and endings here.
Since the anime is presented as six arcs of four episodes each, you don’t need to keep track of events for very long. From the shy Sae-chan to the full-of-life Morishima-senpai, each arc explores their unique personalities making it enjoyable for those who like diversity and romance.