Green light for Pandora Hearts anime

16 11 2008

Jun Mochizuki’s (I am going to write names of Japanese people with their given names preceding their family name because that’s how it’s supposed to be when not written in Japan, but you are free to read for example Jun Mochizuki as “Mochizuki Jun” if you think it will raise your level of being a hardcore fanboy or -girl) manga Pandora Hearts (ANN) has been serialized in Square Enix’s Monthly GFantasy since June 2006 and is now finally going to be an anime! XEBEC (To LOVE-Ru, Busou Renkin) will take no the project and the green light has been given. I don’t know the date for the anime to begin (has it even been announced yet?) and I haven’t read the manga, but this series seems really interesting to me and I’m definitely going to check this anime out when it airs!

Pandora Hearts manga cover

Pandora Hearts manga cover

Source: Anime News Network


Toradora! – Episode 1

4 10 2008

This is the second of four new anime shows I picked up today, all of them new this autumn. Unlike the artwork and story of Casshern Sins (read previous entry) I really loved all about this show! Toradora! has great art (that also resembles the art of one of my other favorite shows, Katekyo Hitman REBORN!) and, even though the ending suggests it is a developing harem story which I usually don’t like (To LOVEる has it’s moments though), has a great story so far and will hopefully stick to it. Right?

Anyway, unlike Casshern Sins (unless you’re a huge fan of bug-eyed robot-men in white tights no matter the story or progress), Toradora! is a complete must-see, and if you don’t you will probably end up regretting it all your life. So do yourself a favor, and at least check it out! I hope you, as well as I did, will like love it. :)

Summary and idiotic comments.

So, the anime starts with two cute birds (unlike the parrot we’ll meet later …) on an electrical wire (right?). It’s a cute scene until they get shocked and fall, grilled, to the ground.

“I don’t like my new hairstyle. >_>;”

And as if it weren’t enough he has awesome blue hair, he has the hottest mom ever as well. I wonder if the fact that she’s your mother would ruin seeing even her naked after a shower or by whatever twist of fate …

No, it wouldn’t. She’s not only the hottest mom ever, but she is also the cutest mom ever. GAH!! That’s unfairness for you (one of the reasons I usually hate harem anime).

Too bad she’s a prostitute …

… and formerly married to this love-to-hate lecherous guy.

Can’t you see it’s driving your son insane?


Oh yeah, an extra from Akira has sneaked into this production as well.

Oh my … GOD! Unfairness to real life strikes again!

Now I’m almost getting mad but the tears in her eyes make my unable to.

Initiating moe … please wait …

Otaku love for the win! MOE!

Otaku love for the win, yeah. Exactly. To be honest, harem anime is unfair to real life (I just can’t stress that enough). No wonder otakus develops into sociopath hikikomoris that only waste their time watching lolicon hentai and porn … Ah, who cares, we only have one life to ruin socially, right? (Stay away from harem anime at least one week every two months and you should be alright. I pray.)
Enough joking (although it lies some truth in it), it’s time for you guys who haven’t already to watch Toradora! episode 1 NOW! Okay? Do we have a deal? No we don’t! Just watch it, alright?

…. I’m tired.

P.S. I’m also gonna try and watch Akane-iro ni Somaru Saka and Hyakko before next day comes, but I won’t write anything about them (meaning I will). See you! ^^

There is too much changing.

3 10 2008

There is too much changing. ending.

I am home again for yet another weekend and I’m starting to freak out. Since I only have access to a computer once a week – on weekends – and I only watch anime that time (not to get behind my schedule too much) I don’t know anything about anything that’s going on anymore. And as if that’s not enough, several of the animes that I currently watch and love are ending this (or the previous week) such as To LOVE-Ru, World Destruction, Code Geass R2 (ah, the sorrow) and D.Gray-man and if that doesn’t make you shed a tear than there’s something wrong with you. That’s all on that matter.

Under the week we have watched a few movies again, starting with the great but not scary horror flick The Eye (yes, they finally let us rent it after four weeks); we also saw Stardust and I later on came to the point where I finally watched the whole The Bourne Identity (I would like to add another , but that’s a secret between you and me.), now I just have to see The Bourne Supremacy and The Bourne Ultimatum. Or maybe “have” it a wrong choice of word? Anyway, you know what I mean so keep yourself from exploding (or imploding) and hopefully we’ll see eachother again next week. ^^