Well I’m going to get this review done quickly, for no entire reason but to get it off my to do list, and possibley think of some posts to get rid of the extensive collection of pictures i want to share
If you haven’t checked out our Author’s Corner page, you would see that we went to Comic Con (not San Diego). Other than that, lets just get this review doone
Well like the President said in the last episode, Ritsuko was off to the side and was promoting 3 select girls for her own project dubbed: Ryuuguu Komachi. Apparently the group has been recieved extremely well and have full schedules, amazing compared to the rest of the job-less girls. Otonashi happily exclaims that if Ritsuko’s project nails their show, they will be rich. She continues saying that they will fix the crappy appliances in the office, Ritsuko stops her and says that instead of those “weak” upgrades, they’ll be rich enough to afford an entire building on the richer side of town. While Ritsuko and Otonashi bask in all of Ritsuko’s glory of getting jobs, OUR Producer looks at his schedule and sees nothing but pre-made lines and dates. The door opens and Azusa walks in
Another average episode
I actually thought, episode 4 would be better. Episode 3 dealt with the androphobic girl (Yukiho), Episode 4 deals with the downer and semi depressive girl (Chihaya), while episode 5 gave me something to gawk and drool over
EDIT: Sorry for being so late everybody, my comp had to get fixed and some new shit was installed while some of my ROMS and Emulators were deleted D: Well i’m back and heres IDOLM@STER Episode 4-5 enjoy, mostly episode 5
Was lazy a few weeks ago, lets finish this quick so i don’t have to do two eps.
Well the episodes starts with small girl troupe (the twins, Iori, and Yayoi) coming back from an audition. They enter their building only to find Otonashi (the green haired secretary) hanging up the phone with the lights all out, all of the idols have apparently failed their auditions. The new
pimp Producer questions why such things have been happening
Well, looking at the current animes out right now, i’m pretty positive this is at either the middle or at the top (unlikely) at the crop. Cause everything else happens to be fanservice and lolicons’ wet dreams. But i’m not saying that everything out there right now is smut, but The IDOLM@sters happens to be little less extreme in the fanservice department thats why it has gotten the honor to be reviewed by ME! (and not Light! whose actually doing more work that i am..for once)
Note: I must thank Light for getting all these pictures while i was busy with some family issues. Episodes 2 and 3 will be reviewed in the following week
Well to make this quick, this is not the IDOLM@STERs Xenoglassia, instead of mechs we actually have the original adaptation of the game which focuses on you the player being the producer of a bunch of rising stars or idols.
Unlike a few seasons ago, i decided to watch the majority of the animes released this summer, and this detailed post will let you know on what me and Light thinks about most of the animes out. I can expect a lot of dropped series, because i like to limit myself, and i got work in a week NOTE: the first episode of IDOLM@STERS will be reviewed in next weeks, i want to decide which series i will cover
If you haven’t noticed: Baka to Test II, Mayo Chiki, and R-15 is being covered by Light and i am watching them as well