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Winter 10′ Preview

January 2, 2010 Leave a comment

Here are my quick and dirty thought of the new shows for Winter 10′ season.  All leave more in-depth details for someone else to fill in and I’ll write more after two or so episodes (mainly for club stuff, but this blog should also help me organize that.)
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Kara no Kyoukai 7: Murder Speculation (Part 2)

January 2, 2010 Leave a comment

So to finish my posts on Kara no Kyoukai ending with the Seventh addition, Satsujin Kousatsu (Part two)/Murder Speculation Part two, to the series for now.  The whole series was a blast and blew me away when I first saw them to the point that I’ve watched them several times within weeks of each other.  Not many shows, movies or other forms of entertainment can do that and this series has for me. Read more…

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Kara no Kyoukai 4-6 (Rewatch #5?)

December 12, 2009 Leave a comment

Crap, that guy at the end of six who’s eating his victim is muted when he says his name at the end.  All I know is his name has something close to “Lion” in it.  Oh well I’m still 60% sure you see the guy in the 2nd movie.

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Kara no Kyoukai 1-3 (Rewatch #5?*)

December 11, 2009 Leave a comment

Re-watching Kara no Kyoukai movies today and tomorrow in anticipation for movie seven which came out on DVD in Japan Wed.  It’s  interesting to see the second movie after watching the 6th sometime  ago because I noticed a character who looks like someone who appears in the epilogue of sixth movie that Araya Souren “fixes”.  Well tomorrow I’ll see if my conclusion is right (keep in mind I haven’t read the book(s)).  Read more…

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Wagaya no Oinari-sama (Finsihed)

November 18, 2009 2 comments

So just finished Oinari-sama, and I have to say It’s a rather enjoyably series. It’s a kind of combination Japanese folklore and slice-of-life show with a slow pace.  The story follows Tenko-sama, an astral fox, as she watches the Takagami siblings, the sons of a her last caretaker while confide by Miduchi family.  She is released by the Miduchi family to protect Noboru and Tooru from specters/youkai and other supernatural beings that want to taste the Miduchi blood.  The story is broken up in 2 or so episode long arcs that make it pretty easy to get into if you need to take a break from it although there isn’t much of an over-arching story line, but that’s were the slice of life type of content comes in.

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