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So, we have a small problem that I have to announce about.
The first anime I was going to be reviewing was Ginga Shounen Tai (Galactic Boy Team), but apparently upon trying to dig up episodes for it, the fact has become clear that this show never made the jump from Television to cassette, or at least it didn't sell if it did and no one took any time further with it, not even to put it on new recording materials for posterity, which makes me one sad panda.
From what I gathered from various sites about it, is that it wasn't that much of a hit and the animation was, for lack of a better word, archaic. Now, granted it's a classic way of doing things and we should respect the medium when we see it, but compared to the available art styles at the time, it might've worked better to have more likeness to Astroboy or American shows like the original Mickey Mouse or Felix the Cat....
Out of all the animes I've seen, I don't think I've ever seen an anime quite like Shiki, or at least one executed like it. For the uninitiated, Shiki was originally released as a novel back in 1998, and was made into an anime back in mid 2010. To give a quick and spoiler free synopsis of the anime, it's about a small village being plagued by mysterious deaths after the arrival of a strange and enigmatic wealthy family known as the Kirishikis. For the most part the premise itself is pretty standard fair for a vampire story, but the story ends up taking a backseat to the characters themselves.... Sometimes to the anime's detriment.
I'm not going to lie, I really do love this anime, but it without a doubt has the slowest pacing I've ever seen in my entire life. The series is 22 episodes long, with some of the later episodes being divided into two parts. In my opinion this show could've easily been 12 episodes long and it still wouldn't have lost very much in terms of story.
It's very clear what the show was going for. It's trying to build suspense and tension, but it utterly fails at it because the show is so slow to the draw that you can see the next big scare coming a mile away. Not only that, but those moments are often very downplayed when they do happen, in turn making them leave far less of an impact then they should. That said, around episode 19 the show finally kicks it into high gear. However by that point in time anybody who has a low to moderate patience has either stopped watching or just stopped caring....
Fear, you do not understand fear
For last years Horror Month (2013)...
Just as I said in the description, this blog is geared around anime, but not just a few or popular ones.
No! I will be doing something, for the most part I am unaware, that no one has done before, in which we will be starting from anime's beginnings and going up the tree until modern time!
Quite the commitment eh?...
Hello and welcome to Project Nitsuj. Remember back in January when I did my year 1 statistics and thoughts and told you guys that I said Highschool DxD was the worse review I did because I didn’t provide enough insight and explain things the way I wanted? Well today I’m here to redeem to myself with Highschool DxD’s second season. (Seras): Simply called Highschool DxD New instead of season 2, the second season picks up where the story left off from the first season covering volumes 3 and 4 of the light novel. The anime was released in 2013 under the production of studio TNK (L/R: Licensed by Royalty). (Nitsuj): Uh Seras what are you doing here? (Seras): I am simply helping you with the review. The other girls were talking about how they all did a crossover review with you during the AI arc in April. Why haven’t you done a crossover with me yet? Are you avoiding me or do you simply think I cannot handle a simple review? (Nitsuj): No of course not I just wasn’t really sure what kinds of animes you would be into is all and I wasn’t sure you wanted to do one with me. (Seras): Well I do. I am a part of this team now and I want to do a crossover review. Also for future references I’m into dark anime like this. Now let’s go. (Nitsuj): Okay but you do know this is an ecchi anime possibly one of the most ecchiest animes out there. (Seras): I am fully aware of that troll and I have no problem with it. Now let’s go. We’ll do it live! (Nitsuj): Yes ma’am, let’s return to the school of devils and fanservice this is Highschool DxD....
Recipe for a podcast: take two cohosts, remove one, add one guest star, then add one ridiculously epic anime. Bake for half an hour at 300 degrees, serves eight.
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