So TARI TARI really is a series that goes up and down for me although not really going to extremities. Comparing this episode to the previous one, it's definitely below it. Honestly speaking, I'm pretty disappointed in this episode.
I believe that Lizbeth (Takagaki Ayahi) is the last girl to become a member of Kirito's harem. So does that mean that the side stories are over? Hope so. I'm really looking forward to seeing some real story here.
Now let's go in this episode's featured girl :3
Sorry for the wait, I wasn't in the mood to write this last week because of certain reasons. And as regular readers would know, I'm losing motivation for TARI TARI but with the current state of things, I'm not entirely hoping something for this series but somehow, I'd say that it's getting a bit better for me.
With this episode, I have to say that I'm actually liking Kokoro Connect even more. I like how they did not only focus on the idea of body swapping because keeping it right there might make the series somewhat boring somewhere in the series.
I don't know how many segues this anime will go through but I don't want to complain anymore since people (including me) are probably complaining about the same thing. I'd refrain from that and go through what else is up with the episode. Although we all know that it's the same thing over and over. LOL.
When I saw a friend shared this, I just have to share it as well because it amazed the hell out of me as a Filipino, a Japanese music fan and a visual kei fan as well.
First off, I noticed that they seem to be going on tour here in the Philippines. I was pretty surprised by the idea because this is actually the first time I've heard and seen them. I'll do the promotions later since I'm not really a fan or anything. I'm just one of those pretty amazed person seeing a news that a vk (visual kei) band is performing in the country despite not being one of those big shot vk bands such as the GazettE and Alice Nine and vk still not being that popular in the country.
The 'murder case' isn't so much of a murder mystery after all. Despite the unexpected turn of events, I wasn't really impressed or anything. This whole supposedly exciting mystery turned out to be some love-related-issue that I don't even want to go there.
Thoughts on 'Thinking about the future', 'Making decisions' and 'Reaching dreams' inspired by Bakuman.
I was re-watching Bakuman. for like the 4th time already and no, I'm not getting bored with it. Watching this series has always been making me think about how my current life is going. Whenever I look back on this series, it makes me look back on myself and what really is my aim right now. Am I doing something for it? OR am I just doing an all-talk-and-no-work at all?
As expected, this season had been pretty boring and not much shows have caught my interest. I wanted to experiment on the type of shows I don't usually watch but I ended up not watching them at all. If you're going to look closely on my watching schedule, I haven't really touched most fan service type of anime. LOL. I do plan to watch them but probably somewhere between or after the season.
Sword Art Online doesn't seem to be all that for me right now. Sure it's definitely a pretty good series with some very beautiful animation and such but at the end, it doesn't really have that much impact to me… Well I'm not saying that I'm not enjoying this or what…
When we all thought that this series will be about the Arcana Duello, we were all stand corrected when the 2nd episode turned out to be a cat-searching episode. I'm not entirely surprise at how disappointing this turned out but I hate the idea that the first episode actually showed some promised and ended up as false-hope.
I guess this episode just turned out a lot better than the previous one. And this actually had something good in it, Sakai Wakana's story which I've been itching to find out ever since the principal accepted their club form.
Sword Art Online seems to neglect the explanation or show how Kirito gets strong. If we ask about that, the number one answer has got to be because he's a 'beater'. End of story. I guess it's either A-1 Pictures think that it isn't so interesting to show Kirito fight monsters and other more boss over and over because that will be boring; or the author himself thinks it'll be boring. Either way, I'm not really complaining.