Necro-Flare and Kimagure sorta merged. We’re alive and kicking again.
I'm as glad as Yui is after watching this episode.
Continue reading K-ON! 1: Riffs that Rock
Hibiki here. I was part of Seifuku, but was diagnosed with Lazy-Ass Syndrome and seemingly died from it. I’m cured. So here I am. I lost my right arm and left leg fighting the disease, and then built myself metal replacements. But then I realized that was just my imagination. Too much FMA, I guess. Oh crap. I forgot the new FMA’s airing this season. >.>
Continue reading It takes two to tango.
After looking at the titles/descriptions/trailers, and finally finishing up my spring break stuff, here is L.B.N.L. (last but not least) compiled spring watchlist.
I’ll be watching
(and possibly blogging) on these select series:
K-ON (KyoAni + rocking out = definite watch)
Full Metal Alchemist (although I didn’t really catch up on FMA after a while, it’ll be a good refresher)
Asura Cryin’ (a creepy romantic comedy? my piece of cake)
Eden of the East (series like this always catch my interest/touches me for some reason)
Hatsukoi Limited (a nice school comedy; picking up this one instead of Hayate 2: I’d rather not go with loli love again after finishing Shakugan)
Saki (just ’cause my asian side of me wants to see how this anime can possibly teach/mess up mahjong)
Tayutama (ok story, good manga, nice art, so I’ll take a look)
Natsu no Arashi (another SHAFT title, but Maria Holic didn’t really impress me)
You can see the entire spring anime outlook below:
Spring at a glance.