Another week gone by, several series conclude, a few others begin, and all the while, there’s a ton to look forward to – the span of June 24th to the first of July certainly shifted around and unveiled much to anticipate.
Seven Day Summary:
A subject most worthy of mention above all has to be the cover illustration of Polyphonica After School – an exquisite artwork, fitting of a series quite equally so. On the note of spectacular artwork, A Channel can be surprisingly sexy when given a proper chance.
Yet enough about artwork, turning attention towards artwork instead, the K-Project is dishing out an image a day till reaching a hundred total images – this not only gives something of a hint as to the release date, yet of course, the images inspire so much contemplation, making it highly recommended for any interested in the series specifically, or a promising animation, to do some examination.
As for another stunning upcoming title, Sakasama no Patema is certainly laying its own foundation and defining a course – up to its third five minute clip, its already managed to establish and develop so much.
And still on the topic of upcoming series, Little Busters! is seemingly a surprisingly well-illustrated animation – now one must only hope the story proves similarly superb. On another note of soon to arrive series, To Love-Ru Darkness is to debut autumn 2012 – as is perhaps Little Busters, as well as Hayate no Gotoku’s third season. And still on the subject of approaching animations, a few of the closest impending include Dog Days, and more Senjou no Horizon.
However of these all, it’s worth recognizing that the series involved in the tracing scandal was all fine after the offender was eliminated – and in fact, now seems to be specifically something quite grand, and with that said, here’s hoping for success.
“I hope for all anime, just as I have hope for all of humanity.”
- Firetribe, Hagure Yuusha excerpts
“Lol that would be funny if they did add a guy. Just so he could do them all.”
- Anonymous, Yuru Yuri S2 new characters
- Anonymous, Madoka Magica characters in pajamas
I’m a huge Corti and Polyphonica fan, but I still marvel at (fear?) your ability to churn out essay after essay of hilariously over-stated platitudes about completely subjective opinions. It’s as if Corti being the very image of perfection is an undeniable fact of life, and it’s completely unfathomable that anyone could possibly believe otherwise. This isn’t just sharing your opinion, it’s informing the world of a clear and obvious encyclopaedic truth! And somehow it’s played straight every time! ^^;
Well, in this case, who am I to argue against perfection… :p
- relentlessflame, Polyphonica After School cover illustration