Monthly Archives: August 2011

Mayo Chiki! Episode 8 Review

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By the way… THIS is the best episode yet. So READ IT.

Ohai thar. IT’S MEEEEEEEEEEEE, TEH SECKS.

Bow down to my mightiness. For I am here to bring you a couple-of-days-old-fuck-you-Light Mayo Chiki! review.

Yayyyyyyyyyyyyyyy~ So yeah. If you haven’t noticed, by the way, WE HAZ NEW SUBSCRIBE ICON.

By the way.. if you’re an artist and you’re pretty good at drawing characters, give us a heads up. We want to find you awesome artists and see your works cuz we like stuff like that. 

Moving on. Here’s the Mayo Chiki! Episode 8 review. Btw, I’m going to begin limiting my pictures starting today. So it’ll be a lower picture count, with only cute/funny/sexy scenes.

By the way, this’ll be a different type of review; pictures on top, review on bottom. I’ll basically tell what happens in the episode in less than 750 words. Hopefully.

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The IDOLM@STER Episode 8 Review

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It was an enjoyable episode.  I recently decided that the IDOL work will come at the end and they will just keep producing character episodes instead of actual idol-work

This week, we have an Azusa episode! oh joy.  The episode starts rightfully so with her in a wedding dress.  The Producer has gotten photo shoots for Azusa, Miki, and Makoto.  While Azusa and Miki are in a gown and a dress, Makoto is suited up with a tuxedo much to her chagrin.  Azusa comments on her photoshoot and that she was very suprised that she would be wearing a wedding gown because of her age.

She was getting married to the Producer, jokes aside, i could see that happening.

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Apologies and Baka to Test/R-15 This Week

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It’s been 3 days since I started school, and my teachers have screwed me over. I have shit tons of homework to do.

Therefore, I will apologize now for not being able to put up Baka to Test (which was subbed INSANELY fast, by the way) and R-15 this week.

But to find out what happens in these episodes, continue reading. Also, in apology for being unable to review these two episodes this week, hippiefreak and I will provide some fan art/eye candy pictures, so check again later.

Baka to Test Episode 8: This episode takes place 1 year ago, when Shimada moves from Germany to Japan. She has a weird ass accent that is so horrifyingly ugly, all my impressions of her are now negative. Shimada meets Yuuji, who is a delinquent…?, Hideyoshi, a girl…?, and Yoshii, an idiot. Shimada cannot speak/understand Japanese very well, so she struggles. When her classmates all try to talk to her because she’s interesting (foreign people! MUST TOUCH), she shuts them up by using a phrase some other girl used in the morning. Smiling, Shimada tells her classmates, “Shut up, you filthy pigs.” Anyway, Akihisa tries to befriend her, but she thinks that he is making fun of him; therefore, with her ABSOLUTELY HORRIBLE ENGLISH, Shimada tells him, “You are a shit man.” GOD. I want to kill that voice. As for her body, I’d rap– I mean yeah. Akihisa memorizes a French phrase (although he actually meant to learn German), asking Shimada, “Could you be my friend?” Unlucky for him, Shimada thinks he’s making fun of her again, and tells him to fuck off. Not really, but she rages at him. Later, Yuuji tells Shimada to look up what Yoshii said, and when she finds out by going to look it up at a library instead of a computer… she finds out what he said. I mean WATDAFACK. YOU HAVE SUMMONED BEINGS BUT NO COMPUTERS? Shimada cries after realizing what happened. At school, she later cheerfully greets Akihisa as he walks in and begins to say… “Watashi…” (I…) Akihisa thinks she is saying “What a shit.” lolque. Anyway, the episode ends with Shimada confessing something, “You know, I…” -END- Wtf?

R-15 Episode 8: It’s a day off, and everyone at school is leaving the Academy (for once). Taketo makes plans to go to town with Ritsu; Narukara does the same with Ran. Taketo and Narukara leave for town together, because Ritsu and Ran arrive late. They have some cream puffs and stuff… and eventually end up at a love hotel. A lot of shit happens, and Narukara acts bold as usual, not caring whether Taketo is in the room or not while changing after a shower and reading the diary kept in the hotel room. Meanwhile, throughout the episode, Utae is trying to find an opportunity to get close to Akutagawa, but to no avail. At the end of the episode, Taketo and Narukara are reunited with Ritsu and Ran. Utae is watching the four from a distance… poor lonely idol. Buchou is watching this scene from a high place— she’s on top of a tall building, standing on top of her two bodyguards’ shoulders… yeah. She does some crazy laugh or something and obviously has malicious intent.

-End.

See you later~

Baka to Test to Shōkanjū Ni! Episode 5-7 Review

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Sorry, guys, Light here.

I’m sorry to say that I’ll be even later than usual with posts, because I’m a mere student with anime as his hobby in the middle of AP courses mixed in with Academy courses. So cut me some slack. Today I was subjected to making 5 pages worth of maps (which took 5-7 hours, by the way) for History. Apparently I have to memorize the 20000-mile-or-more route of some guy named James Cook. So kill me now.

Not really. I like living.

So uhh here are episodes 5 and 6. Ep 7 to be added later, sorry I’m tired.

Preview:


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The IDOLM@STER Episode 7 Review

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Another character spotlighted episode instead of actual “idol” work.  Oh well

School’s starts in less than a week and Light’s gotten his huge workload down to just Baka to Test, i only had 1 episode to do, and instead of working, i just sat around playing Dawn of War II (look it up).  Well, time to get off my lazyass, stop playing games, and stop with my picture hunting.  Lets get this done

This time, instead of featuring character whose not a downer or anyone who is kinda off, this episode instead features Yayoi and Iori.  The episode starts off with Iori’s house (if you forgot, she was pretty rich).  While getting interviewed, she tries to mention her work as an aspiring idol.  However, that is overshadowed by her familys work (namely her father and brothers).  Everyone else in the company was watching the t.v.  The Producer tries to help Iori, but like the tsun attitude she has, she rejects that offer.  While discussing their problems with their family’s opinions of them being idols, Iori invites Yayoi and Hibiki to dinner, only to have Yayoi back out because she has to prepare dinner of her family.  Yayoi then invites them for dinner at her house instead.

Being  completely spoiled, Iori calls the average supermarket

Well, Iori criticizes but still compliments the selection here (man, where else does she think stuff comes from?) Predictably, Yayoi tutors Iori in picking the right kind of food worth buying. 

The 3 finish shopping and arrive at Yayoi’s home.  Apparently, both her parents are working and she’s the oldest kid in the house.  She helps out her younger siblings.  While she cooks, Iori and Hibiki play with Yayoi’s younger siblings. Dinner is served, Hibiki turns on a t.v and bam, lights go out.  But that doesn’t stop them from eating.

For some reason I didn’t pay enough attention to understand, one of Yayoi’s siblings (one of the older ones amongst the young ones) gets mad at Yayoi and runs away.  Iori decides to stay with the younger siblings while Hibiki and Yayoi go find him.

This episode had like one quarter of it left, so what else to take time? They can’t find him of course, and who ya gonna call to find him? Ghos-the producer of course.  But still, they can’t find him.  Eventually, Iori decides to stop being a tsun-bitch and decides to help out, effectively finding Yayoi’s brother in the toolshed.  She shares her sentiments of being a younger child with him and convinces him of coming out of hiding.   In the end, all is well

And in the end, the episode, still was average.

But it did convince me that Iori can be a little nice.

A New Type of Review

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Hello, everyone.

Light here, to introduce a new type of review. It is called Full Picture Review.

It goes like this:

For any type of review that exceeds 100 pictures (due to comedy, hotness, etc), it is possible to create a Full Picture review. As you might have guessed, the review will be all or almost all pictures (with little to no writing).

After all, it IS over 100 pictures for a 24 minute episode (more like 20 after OP/ED).

This week’s Baka to Test will be created in this fashion. Stay tuned.

Here’s 2 pics for listening to this boring post.

See you later~