Oshibuda 10-11, Rikekoi finale, Magia Record 12

Oshi ga Budoukan Itte Kuretara Shinu 10 is the usual mix of idol-worship and hard luck. ChamJam announces a surprise live show in January, but this time Eripiyo has a bad cold and can't go. A shame because a couple of the idols are sick, too, so Maina gets some time in the front row, … Continue reading Oshibuda 10-11, Rikekoi finale, Magia Record 12

Three Rikekois and two Magia Records

Rikei ga Koi ni Ochita no de Shoumei Shite Mita 8 starts with the filler, as an unmotivated Kosuke begins to think he doesn't belong in such a lab of brilliant people, so Ikeda-sensei and Irabada-senpai give him examples of how math is involved in everyday things, like the movement of a soccer ball kicked … Continue reading Three Rikekois and two Magia Records

Eizouken 8-9, Rikeikoi, Oshibudo and Railgun T 7,

My heart sank a little when I realized that Eizouken ni wa Te wo Dasu na! 8 would finally follow up on Mizusaki's parents finding out what she's been doing, against their express orders, but no way was Mizusaki, or the episode going to be deterred by this fact. My worries were forgotten as the … Continue reading Eizouken 8-9, Rikeikoi, Oshibudo and Railgun T 7,

Catching up after a computer crash

Because of a computer crash and rebuild the episodes have piled up, so I'm going to start fresh with the newest episodes I can find. Sorry ... Magia Record 6 introduces Felicia at the start and then she and her friends vanish for a while, leaving me to believe that the witches killed them. But … Continue reading Catching up after a computer crash

Eizoken 3-4, Oshibudo 3, Rikekoi 3-4

In terms of the overall story Eizouken ni wa Te wo Dasu na! 3 continues the show's slow pace--only a couple of scenes that have to do with getting recognized as a club, but at least this idea prompts them into actual anime production mode, which of course means more flights of animated fantasy as … Continue reading Eizoken 3-4, Oshibudo 3, Rikekoi 3-4

Twos, and a three and four: Hanako-kun, Rikekoi, Railgun T, Kyoukou Suiri, Magia Record

Jibaku Shounen Hanako-kun is one of the shows on my "maybe" list, but two episodes in, it's passing, even though the first half is inconsequential. Apparently there's an evil spirit that steals little things from students, and if you happen to see it, it will kill you. Naturally, Nene sees it and Hanako saves her. … Continue reading Twos, and a three and four: Hanako-kun, Rikekoi, Railgun T, Kyoukou Suiri, Magia Record