v2 chart from Chartfags is released. I’m too tired to comment on anything, so just refer to my previous email.
Only additional comment I have? Cat Shit One does look err… 2-third like its name (the latter 2-third).
It’s only been a few days, and another SHAFT production has just ended. Thankfully, a second season has been announced for Arakawa under the Bridge, so I’m not gonna review this season, except to say that I’m really looking forward to more of Nino and Riku.
I epicly posted this after episode 12 last week, so here’s re-posting it after final episode 13 instead.
Moderately enjoyable – neither brilliant nor bad. If I were to pick my favourite scenes, it would be in the following order:
With everyone raging about the upcoming Girls Dead Monster album from Angel Beats!, I figured I might as well jump on the bandwagon, even if I’m squeezing my way in. This is basically a collection of insert songs used in the anime, mostly consisting of Yui’s versions. See below for the track listing:
1. Crow Song (Yui ver.)
2. Thousand Enemies
3. Shine Days
5. Run With Wolves
6. Morning Dreamer
7. Rain Song
8. Alchemy (Yui ver.)
9. 一番の宝物 (Yui ver.)
10. Little Braver (Album ver.)
11. My Song (Yui ver.)
12. My Soul, Your Beats! (Gldemo ver.)
13. Brave Song (Gldemo ver.)
It will be released end of this month (30 June 2010), which is the same release date as my pre-ordered “K-On! Live Event – Let’s Go! -” Blu-ray.
Wow, I never thought that Bakemonogatari would end in this decade the way things are going, but SHAFT proved me wrong. With the show’s premier date being 3 July 2009, it has taken us 1 year to get to the end of the 15-episodes series now.