There’s little which managed to intrigue this passing week, yet at least those items that did stem and flourish were generally more interesting than the norm – although that’s mainly as the norm is rather bleak.
Seven Day Summary:
Ocelot’s “Secret Party“, packed with all manner of artwork featuring the perfect loli, has shipped – leaving those less fortunate without it to simply kick rocks. And still on the note of artwork, Hentai Ouji to Warawanai Neko has gained its first promotional image. Incidentally, Operation Vivid Red has also been bestowed with marketing imagery, although in its case, they simply have the opposite effect and make the series look even more so lackluster.
SHAFT’s upcoming Sasami-san@Ganbaranai is perhaps the most visually captivating work with a pending arrival – and SHAFT’s reputation of course makes it something to keep in mind. In respect to another instance of the exquisite, Fate/Zero’s second round of pre-order posters have been released.
With all that accounted for however, the most tantalizing work of art for the week features the females of Haganai. Little Buster’s girls sadly aren’t all as attractive – and neither is Accel World even with its overdone effort to get attention.
Moving onward, Haganai, as well as Nogizaka Haruka, are quite changed on Blu-ray. A few fairly respectable manga volumes have been released – one of which is debuting at volume one, another being a more established name.
And lastly, the K-Project’s key visuals have been quite fascinating as of late.
“Repetitive..generic..boring…zero development..in short..going the Accel World Way..“
- lucidlurgeway, Sword Art Online ninth episode PV
“Must… have… SQUARE PAPER“
- Anonymous, Madoka Magica trading cards
“That’s your personal opinion. Not even a million of people who will watch this anime will say the visuals sucks.”
yes, because not even a million people will watch this
- gargamesh, Robotics;Notes PV
“The point of Megane, obviously, is to make you look superior.“
- Anonymous, K-Project key visual 69