It’s a week totally dry and dull, only inciting excitement if one were a lolicon eager to see more elementary schoolers – series can hardly release two solid episodes, and nothing worthwhile arises with future promise.
Seven Day Summary:
Had it not been for half-baked marketing campaigns, the week would be entirely void of color – Madoka specifically happens to unsurprisingly fill the week with oddities, and humor alike. Besides the wide-faced Madoka and friends, there are also other mahou shoujos filling magazines – the cute girls of Lyrical Nanoha.
Moving to merchandise, an atrocious Beach Queen figure is upcoming in case anyone cares at all – and making for quite a shock, even Queen’s Blade seems superior to the sinfully terrible series of Guilty Crown. Forgetting tragedies however, Hobby Japan is set to release another artbook besides their Queen’s Blade ordeal – although for those who take interest in females not excessively fleshed out, the Mashiro-iro Symphony fanbook, or the To Love-Ru Darkness extras are sure to be more satisfying.
Alternatively, one may merely want to purchase a limited edition rendition of Fate/Stay Night [Realta Nua] as such seems equipped to please more so than anything else of recent release.
If wishing for something more refined in taste, Elfen Lied incidentally does quite well for a series stuffed with brutal gore. Those who merely want it all can go with Seitokai no Ichizon’s harem based artbook – and if that’s not enough, the final option would be Dracu-Riot’s unadulterated mousepads.
A-1 pictures should finish Sword Awful Online and Vivid Red very quickly and make the anime version of Idolmaster Cinderella Girls.
I want to see the messy loli in action.
- mikimikuminami, Operation Vivid Red PV
This is from the announcement event:
The five VAs appeared, and Hanazawa Kana exchanged shouts with the crowd in the style the franchise is known for.
“-Do you love elementary-schoolers!?”
“-You’re under arrest!!”
The crowd erupted with joy and some of them bowed down to the ground in we’re-not-worthy reverence toward the stage.
- blaziken, Ro-Kyu-Bu! second season confirmed
Someone who understands:
Here is one blog I really adore. Not only it features anime, gaming, and manga reviews, it also covers delicious and elaborate descriptions of artworks. From colors to effects to consistency to atmosphere to personality— they prove to be masters in the genre. After reading their reviews, you’ll just find yourself looking at, let’s say, an ordinary drawing of a girl walking, with clearer eyes, noticing how each color, each detail, and each bit of shadow could change its demeanor.
- via rainandcheese