I’ve only just realized it, but Omamori Himari is just like Tayutama, down to the weird spirit thing; Himari simply calls them “Ayakashi” instead of “Tayutai”.
Fairy Tail Episode 20 — How come childhood-friends-who-end-up-dying are always named Lisa? Also, the set of facial expressions that characters show are getting very old, along with the camera angles and tsukkomi moments. Everything is already “been done, seen that” in this anime now.
Durarara!! Episode 08 — I’ll summarize this with the title of this episode. Life is Transient.
To Aru Kagaku no Railgun Episode 22 — Kiyama Harumi is back! And Gekota-sensei. And we’re getting back into the To Aru groove. The stupid “school life” thing that’s been going on with Railgun sucked so bad… but the new arc is YEAHH!
Baka to Test to Shokanjuu Episode 08 — I (still) worship this anime.
Omamori Himari Episode 09 — hmm… basically, if you remove 20% of this anime, it becomes 100% nude people and girls stripping.
Public Safety Division 4. I like that name.
Durarara!! Episode 09 — The backstory of the Yagiri siblings, and everything about Yagiri Pharmacy is revealed. This ep has brought Durarara!! back into my good graces.
“Oh noes! My head is running away from me!!” <– seriously this is what is happening in this episode
Orihaya Izaya: “I love humans! I just love them! I’m in love with them!”
Durarara!! Episode 10 — “The fact that you had to explain the joke just shows how lame it was.”
Our introverted protagonist, at the end of this episode, suddenly pulls a Lelouch on us. I wonder what he has planned!
Fairy Tail Episode 21 — I’m not quite sure what to say about this sudden turn of events.
Actually, after finishing it, I can say for sure. AWESOME.
Baka to Test to Shokanjuu Episode 09 — Yoshii-kun’s nee-san returns! (My first reaction was: “hmm… hairstyle… speaking pace… huge chest… IKAROS!”) And then, if you look at her based purely on her hairstyle and hair color, she also looks a lot like Saki from -Saki-.
This is so hilarious.
BakaTest Episode 10 — Eh, this one wasn’t as awesome.
Railgun Episode 23 — You can just tell from that crooked smile on her face: “Look everybody, I’m going to do something bad later on in this episode!”
That face totally looked like Uiharu was going to say “Kiyama-sense! GROUP HUG!!”
Omamori Himari Episode 10 — Soooo serious. (That soooo wasn’t sarcastic.)
I’m cold. It’s 8 in the morning~ yaawn~. (see how interesting this anime is?)
Himari’s maid… or whatever she is, and whatever her name is, is cute. Hey, isn’t this insert song the, um, B-side to the OP?
Hidamari Sketch Episode 01 — It’s funny; I accidentally downloaded Russian subs.
I still enjoyed this episode, even though I had to watch it raw. I love the low-quality animation. Seriously. Hidamari Sketch makes low-budget cheap animation look good.
Magical Pokan Episode 01 — Yeah, I felt like starting some good new old animes. Erm… good ol’ old animes.
This one is more of the pantyflashing sort. However, this is another example of great low-budget cheapo animation. I love how serious the intro sequence is, and the humor is well-done for the most part. It’s not anything approaching Hayate or anything, but it’s pretty great.
Railgun Episode 24 FINAL — where’s mah touma (final episode… we get to see him for like 2secs)…
All-in-all, this anime was not all that satisfying. The characters are great, but the plot isn’t epic enough… and the fillers were quite painful. We needed more Touma. And more Index.
Omamori Himari Episode 11 — I love how huge the character count has become at this point. This anime is good for laughing at how stupid anime in general is. Except this is a bad representation of the Japanese art of animation.
The battle is so… lame… stupid… completely idiotic. Yuuto needs to do things… THE NANOHA WAY. Making friends… one Starlight Breaker at a time. =D
This is so completely, utterly stupid. Somebody shoot me.
Durarara!! Episode 11 — The climax of Duarara!! is beyond epic. The suspense is amazing (I hate where they ended this episode… mega cliffhanger), and the entire backstory is so clever and beyond expectations.