As the title suggests, I’ve been away from something so simple a concept that I’m actually enjoying these regular highschool romantic comedies. Recall that I actually enjoyed Gamers! for a brief instance of its misunderstandings upon misunderstandings but I know for sure that I can say I’d watch Bokuben again over Gamers any freaking day.
So is it just some forgotten sense of longing that keeps me watching this or does it have some merit on its own?
So at first I loaded up by seasonal review mode to talk about Part 5 but I realized that this isn’t the end, in fact, we have an hour long finale coming up for Part 5’s conclusion no doubt covering the Rolling Stones Arc that I mentioned last week. It’ll be nice to see the crew up and moving around instead of just cutting to a shot of Giorno, Mista, and Polnareff being mobsters.
So aside from finally making some significant strides in DMC5, the season comes to an end and I got some things to talk about. Namely it’s just Jojo, Bokuben, and Senko-san but the latter will most likely involve some mini-review since there’s not much to critique I feel, it’s just there to heal your withered, wage slave soul. I’ll try and get those out before we’re put behind schedule for the rest of summer.
This week’s tune is some relaxing tunes during the game’s intermission and calm before the storm moments. One specific occasion being the team’s vacation trip to Crossbell’s native amusement park that the crew only had a chance to visit partially in Zero.
I’m also remembering the existence of the Rolling Stones arc and with it so prominently shown in the first opening, the new ending, and how David Pro wouldn’t ignore something like this. I’m not sure if there are episodes to spare but it would only take around 1 episode.