Hello! Your favorite yellow person here, off his lazy ass and here to type to you all about a series we all love and hate, Baka to Test!
I have to say, of the four episodes out right now, 3 and 4 were the better of the four (and 4 was the best).
So before we start this long-awaited review (excuse me for my laziness), let’s recap what happened in the previous episode (2). Actually, no. We’re just gonna move on, because episodes 2, 3, and 4 aren’t connected to each other. It doesn’t have a central plot, so it doesn’t really matter what happened last episode. But if you really wanna know, go read the review here.
The episode 3 review begins here.
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Well it’s been 10 months and over 25,000 views, we started out as 4 but now we are reduced to 2. This post is merely a milestone (eh more like kilometer stone <– bad pun is bad) for us here at the Anime Tree and we will continue to review, even if our school lives get in the way! (Quote hippiefreak, not Light :D)
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I am fully aware that Gintama has not been reviewed on this site and that the series is not over.
Ah Gintama, it has the characters and drama of Hayate no Gotoku and the action and awesomness of One Piece added with the humor of….hmm i don’t know but i parodies a lot of other stuff. Gintama is probably my favorite series to date, it is at the top of the scrap heap alongside the classic animes and a few handful of modern anime (by handful, i mean like 5-7 series). I first read Gintama when i was in the 5th grade. I ordered a Shounen Jump from my school book lists and got the 2nd chapter. At first i was like, “Man look at the art, its so messy” but read the 2nd chapter, it was funny, it was semi dramatic, and it was kinda memorable. A few years after, i saw Gintama Volumes at my bookstore, read the first chapter, i laughed my ass off
Finally in 2011, i decided i should catch up to this series (after i heard the 6th opening theme for the anime).
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
How fare thee all on this fine weekend? ‘Tis a charming day for a cup of tea, no? Doth thou— FUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUU GIVE ME A DAMN REVIEW ALREADY
K, got it. Let’s start Mayo Chiki’s Episode 3, shall we?
Recap of Episode 2: Kinjiro goes out on a date with Konoe, wins her a sheep plushie, takes her home, has sex with her—
No, but he does go on a date with her. They grow closer to each other and little by little Kinjiro is curing his gynophobia. Kinjiro’s sister falls in love with Konoe, which could prove to be a problem, seeing as she might be slightly interested in yuri.
The episode 3 review begins from here.
I literally remembered this series while i was talking to Light on harems.
Well I couldn’t find ones I actually liked. To Love Ru was just filled with “accidents” with our (freakishly immasculine) male lead Rito. I decided to choose 5 instead when there were totally more girls to choose, but it just didn’t feel right.
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Hereeeeeeeeeeeee’ssssssssssss the review you’ve all been waiting for! Your weekly
porn— I mean episode review of R-15! (A/N: The character list is at the bottom of this review.)
If you’ve already seen episode 1, skip right along down to the next paragraph. Otherwise, let’s recap what happened in the last episode. Well, we have our main character Taketo Akutagawa. He’s in an academy for geniuses, but he is scorned by almost everyone because of his talent. His talent, one might call it, is writing about humanity. That’s a euphemism by the way; look it up. Anyway, he writes porn novels. Yes, porn novels as in SEX and H and SEX and SEX SEX OMGOMGOMGOMG k grow up. The main focus of the last episode was introducing the characters and their talents while our protagonist Taketo attempts to get an interview with a clarinet genius Narukara, who also happens to be his crush.
The main girl of this episode is my favorite girl from the series (she knocked out the photographer, Raika, in this episode because she is just so damn hot.)
Iwouldtakethatchickhomebangheracoupletimesmaybedoitsomemoar. Getting just a bit off topic. Moving on, the main girl of this episode that I have not yet revealed is now revealed! La~ the genius at… being an idol? Yeah, she’s famous and hot and an idol. It’s one of those famous-idol-girl-in-love-with-main-guy-who’s-a-loser things.
This is the real beginning of the review.