A weak week of debuts in which, to no surprise, the fresh air of animation is smothered over by recycled waste – essentially making it a groggy summer season of excessive pollution and suffocating smog.
Seven Day Summary:
Not too many launching series were too good, yet the few which were did prove fine indeed – a notable name being the returning Yuru Yuri, yet a few others include Jintai, Arcana Famiglia, Binbougami ga!, and of course Sword Art Online, all collectively making for a disgustingly sporadic, yet certainly worthwhile schedule of viewership.
Fortunately, the K-Project is giving quite a daily refresher as it provides one outstanding visual for each day to go by.
On some miscellaneous notices, an upcoming eroge entitled “Witch’s Garden” is seemingly about to revolutionize erotic gaming for now, and ever, through its “emotional motion technology”. Yet a sadder item of news, Kyoto Animation isn’t looking so great in these rougher days of humanity, and neither is 7th Expansion – though at least one can rest assured that Japanese innovation is still thriving.
More positive aspects of the week, of the few upcoming anime series with a legitimately promising appearance, Magi is perhaps the top series of them all- or so it does indeed certainly seem. More fine artwork can also be found in the form of iDOLM@STER cover art – and for those of specialty taste in modesty, the Sacred Blacksmith’s latest light novel cover does the hypothetical job as well.
Looking back from now to the first of July, admittedly, this week seemingly proved almost splendid enough to remember to the next – if not a day more.
“Now I remember, I posted “cliche-o-rama, summer 2012″ on that dog days s2 pv page.”
- Anonymous, SundayStyle
“I’m still in disbelief, was that a black guy tap dancing while reading a book, using some sort of energy whips attached to his shoes as weapons?”
- Anonymous, Kyoukai Senjou no Horizon S2 PV
“ive had enough of this fanservice nonsense~
where is le real anime at~?”
- Anonymous, Dog Days S2 PV
“You’re making the assumption that they’re using logic in their decisions.”
- Seven, Kyoto Animation’s logic