Welcome to the Weekly Fairy Tail report! Last week, Oracion Seis makes their debut after 7 years. Like the others, they look much better pre time skip.
Just when it looks Fairy Tail is about to have a climactic fight with Byro over the Infinity Clock, Oracion Seis returns, with upgraded powers and a desire to make the ominous clock their own!
Overall, this episode is much better than the beginning episodes of this filler arc. I hope Lamia Scale and Fairy Tail team up to take down Oracion Seis. Maybe Jellal would appear. Who knows?
Please enjoy the images. For more images, please check Ep. 140's image gallery.
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Wiki Progress: All we did was finished Ep. 140 this week. It was busy.
Hey everyone! I thought it will fun to relax and share some adventures with my siblings who are anime fans. I did this blog to promote family in this community. Plus, it shows that you don't have buy anime/manga merchandise to support the franchise you love. The library is a cool place because you check out books and read for pleasure. I'm a college student who work odd jobs, so buying anime/manga can be pricey. I have the library as my resource.
Inspirations: I did this blog because of my family and Sotyfan16 who is a great guy and did those cool Dunce Cap videos and Anime/Manga purchases.
My first trip, I went solo to the library because my little brother and sister still had school. I had their favorites kept in the back of my head when I checking out the manga volumes. Later in July, I went with my siblings for the 2nd and 3rd visit, and I'll publish those blogs soon.
I checked out Ponyo and I am Legend. I picked Ponyo because my little sister wanted to see the movie. Plus, we're Miyazaki fans. I loved Princess Mononoke while she loves Spirited Away. For I Am Legend, I just saw this DVD while browsing through the shelves. When I saw the title, I remember the book I read that was based on a novel of the same name back in 12th grade. It was for a biology course that had outside reading. I find it cool that Will Smith is playing the lead character.
After watching Ponyo, it was a good movie, but the only thing I find bad was it didn't really have a conflict. Most Miyazaki films, there was a conflict that the characters must overcome, and Ponyo had a romance element, but it didn't felt satisfying without a true struggle/conflict. In I Am Legend, I loved the movie better than the book because the main character was a better hero. I think I spent $1.10 for each DVD, and I'm allowed to keep it for a week. It's pretty cheap and convenient. The library has a narrower selection than Netflix when it comes to newer titles.
I checked these volumes for my little sister and I. It was Superevil225 who got me into the series after I tried watching the anime due to her Weird or What? blogs. It was a strange series, but I love its bizarre yet sarcastic humor. Zetsubou and Kafuka are characters that really complement each other. Zetsubou (Nozomu Itoshiki) is a teacher who hates his name because if you put his Kanji together in a horizontal fashion, it means despair. Itoshiki is a pessimistic guy, and Kafuka is a girl who is very optimistic and sees the good in everything. The manga is a different story from the anime. It has tons of words, and usually, it takes me about 2 hours to read a whole volume. Since I don't watch or read a lot of anime/manga, I end up missing references they make.
Hyde and Closer is for my little brother who loves Yugioh, card games, Bakugan, Beyblade, Pokemon and anime shows that involves games. I'm not a fan of the series, but I enjoy reading it with my bro who relates himself to Shunpei Closer. The series is a innocent Shonen series that involves sorcery and curse dolls. There is some light fan service, but my brother is not reaching that age where they question the birds and the bees. I don't worry about that yet.
Samurai Champloo - I didn't know they had a manga series. I fell in love with the anime since I watched in Toonami when I was in sixth grade or so. At first, I was terrified of the blood and senseless violence and profanity. In time, I was desensitized to that because of Mugen, Fuu, and Jin whose stories touch me. I was a naive teenager who didn't know about sex, human trafficking, and Bushido. The anime has got me to love and appreciate world history.
For the manga, it was less serious and more comical. It had different stories, and I was sad it was so short. It was basically a stroll of their lives as they search for the Samurai who Smelled like Sunflowers. It didn't reveal the origin stories of the main characters: Fuu Kasumi, Mugen, and Jin.
That's all I checked out for June.
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I created these lists. Sometimes, I work on the wiki pages for their favorites. It keeps me going.
Howdy everyone, welcome to another weekly Campione! report! I'm Taka, and I'm here to discuss with you guys and gals on another cool episode of Campione! Last week, Godou sees Erica is serious about her love and devotion to him.
Can they stop her from unleashing an unspeakable evil over the world?
Beware of spoilers!
Overall, this episode is awesome, and it makes the fans want more. I think it was light on humor for this episode, but it had more action. Next episode, I'm excited to see Godou and Erica fight Athena.
Athena uses it steal information and paralyzes her foes while Erica gives information. It's not that strange given the anime logic.
So... do you guys and gals prefer Athena or Erica. I find Athena's scene funny since she's a loli who basically force herself on Godou.
Why does this remind me of Mysterious Girlfriend X?
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Wiki Progress: I didn't get to upload a lot of images. I was tired from working on Tari Tari and Sket Dance. New wiki page is Gorgoneion. I finished Ep. 3, but I need to proofread and decorate with images.
Hey everyone! Welcome to the weekly Sket Dance, and boy, the week's going by too fast. I still look forward to Sket Dance every week among other new summer anime shows. For me, it fills the gap of Gintama with the help of Binbogami ga! anime series.
Tsubaki's hobby is making original T-shirt designs, but when his fellow Student Council members proclaim them "lame", he goes to his twin brother Bossun for a shot of creative advice. Then, Bossun's love for a robot anime leads him to an otaku meet-up. Will he be able to fit in?
Beware of spoilers!
Overall, the episode is good. There are some humorous scenes that makes episode enjoyable for every Sket Dan fan. Yet, the 2 story type episodes can be unequal with some folks loving the first part while some love the 2nd part. I say it's about equal to last week's episode where one part just didn't click with me.
Please enjoy the images. For more images, please check out Ep. 67's gallery.
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Welcome to the weekly report of the La Storia della Arcana Famiglia series! The summer weeks are going fast for those who live in the northern hemisphere. Last week, the episode was about a finding owner of a lost cat while Felicitá gets to know how her Mafia family works.
The story begins with Felicitá, Libertà, and Nova are investigating the mysterious ghost in the kitchen only to find it was Luca who used the ghost to scare Pace from eating the food for the Piccolino, an event where Felicitá and the gang play with the children. The day gets ruined for the children when it starts to rain.
Find out what happened by watching this episode on Crunchyroll!
Beware of spoilers!
Overall, this episode is great and definitely better than the last episode. It may not be great for everyone for those who want action. It's excellent for those who want to know about the characters.
Please enjoyed the images.
A Piccolino is an Italian word for an event where the adults and children spend and play with each other.
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