am I the only one that finds the ending a little disturbing and yet so damn catchy lmao
Interestingly, Takamiya's mom supports relationships, straight and gay. She condemns little sister's unnatural love for her brother.
6 was epic. An proves once an for all little sisters are evil or something. The dry humor in this show is just great.
@LHWKnight: The Tweet Tweet witch activity song? Was just thinking about how they use witch an which in it to.
@takashichea: Well there are lines, an then there are lines. Not sure if thats legal in Japan or not either. They might go the hes not really her brother trope to.
I thought you didn't watch the ending and opening songs for anime because they spoiled you. Though, the ED song for Witch Craft Works is spoiler free just like Samurai Flamenco's ED song. Nagi and Golden Time's ED songs have interface spoilers.
I have to check episode 6 soon as I get out from school. I find Kasumi, the little sister amusing. It reminds me of Oreimo to some extent. Unlike Oreimo, our protagonist is monogamous and only shows interest in one girl, Ayaka Kagari.
@takashichea: 99% of the time I do not see the ending. Still have not seen this ending all the way threw. But just today seen the words to the song an was thinking hey nice word play! Then again thats praise from some one with a 8th grade spelling an 10th grade english usage to. Not high praise but some at least.
Most of the time opener comes on I window out to here , An when the end song starts an its not a anime with more after the song, I window here an post . But I still can hear the end song. An it is a habit to make sure they do not have more story after the song.One reason to post the episode number is to avoid confusion on what im rambling about. An two because its a good marker for me incase I missed a show. Which aprently I missed a episode of Buddy Complex last week an did not notice :/
@katmic: Hmm how many pages per chapter? They may fill it out with the original writer to or just make stuff up as is all to comman.
7 was um ... well confusing for me . Probably sinus infection from heck causeing me to miss parts of it. Or was it a touch confusing for any one else?
@katmic: @Marshal Victory:
Marshal's right. It depends on the number of pages. Generally, monthly manga series have more pages than weekly manga series. I look up Witch Craft Works. It was published in Good! Afternoon, a bimonthly magazine.
Plus, it also depends on the anime's pacing. For Magi (weekly), it had over 150 chapters, and yet, its pacing is 4-5 chapters per episode. Compared to Fairy Tail, they cover roughly 1-2.5 chapters an episode during the Tenrou Island arc and above since they caught up to fast. Attack on Titan, a monthly manga, covers 2 chapters every episode. There was a time where it covers 1 chapter. It only had 40 chapters.
Think I should take up the manga?
You should ask @DocHaus or @katmic about the manga. I can't read it since it violates my rules of reading manga legally.
@katmic: @Marshal Victory:
That right there is a sign of end times I tell ya! Hehe. But seriously depending how they do the animation some times a movie is story boarded on just 4 or so pages. It can be padded out if they know how with out watering down the original.
@Marshal Victory: Each chapter averages out at 30 pages, and i will admit that quite a lot seems to happen, almost like the mangaka is glossing over a number of events. Most battles end in two or three panels.
@takashichea: I only read four chapters of the manga (at which point i saw this topic; no point bothering if there is an anime), but its just about as good as the anime, and yes, worth reading if you thought well of the anime.
I learned that Honoka has a nurse and megane fetish while Ayaka is jealous of Honoka's little sister's affection for her older brother. The bath scene of Kasumi washing Honoka's back while Ayaka glares out of jealously was absolutely priceless. Don't really get the dungeon part of the episode. If they want to confine them, there's no need for violence. Honoka is pretty docile as long as you don't hurt Ayaka or his family members.