Seven Day Summary:
Transitioning into the new season, the week is respectable to some extent at least – with preview material ranging from relatively enjoyable, to Little Busters! quality, which isn’t too favorable unfortunately. In fact, one could even say the several Little Busters preview clips have been looking worse than torture. There is better series to look forward to at least, yet Magi isn’t showing too much in spite of looking promising for the most part – and Prism Nana remains ridiculously ambiguous.
Busou Shinki is managing to be one of the more promising few – boasting action and moe both of high caliber. And although Haganai hasn’t brought out much more than a key visual for its second season – it’s of course of the more satisfying few as well. The same could also be said of creeping cuteness’ second season return – it needn’t much to be understood as excellent, although those wanting to see more already can indulge in bikini artwork instead.
P.A. Works announced a new “original” animation project – which incidentally doesn’t mean much as of yet as the art isn’t too impressive. Although on the vivid side of it all, it’s certainly not as lowly as something like “Operation Vivid Red” at least – a series only met by something as Kodansha’s latest light novel work.
Seeing the sort of scrap which manages to make it into animation, hopefully Nareru! SE’s drama CD proves another step forward into full motion entertainment.
Now for the miscellaneous and irrelevant, yet simultaneously all so relevant Symphogear is going topless.
“SWORD FISH ONLINE“
- Anonymous, Sword Art Online episode 13 PV
“There is no Little Buster anime“
- Anonymous, Little Busters! CM
“This is the first step, soon we will have an anime.“
- alan, Nareru! SE drama CD
“I am made even more sinister by the fact that no one can see the top of my face.“
- Anonymous, K-Project key visuals