Welcome to the 12th weekly article for Sket Dance! My team and I are happy to discuss last week's episode with you guys. For those who do not know my team, they are Annabanana, KuroNekoXIII, HalberdierV2, Hibaru, and Piface314. This week's episode is back to its two story formula that focuses on two silly and quirky characters, Remi Misora and Roman Saotome.
The first story focuses on Roman Saotome who has come to ask SKET Dan to review her craptastic manga handbook. She tells them that she is doing it for her club member, Fumi Segawa. Although Bossun and his crew are hesitant, they help the poor girl.
Will Roman's craptastic handbook make a difference in her manga club or will she fail?
The second story focuses on Remi Misora who is still plagued by her clumsiness. After Remi has fail with her history lesson, Bossun and the gang help her clean up the classroom. In the process, Remi talks about her farewell gift from her TV show, Specter (a blue ghoulish, looking doll). When a boy throws a baseball (It's probably Eiichi) into the classroom and asks for the ball, Remi throws Specter to him instead of the ball. Remi and the gang hunt for the ball where they meet a group of kindergarteners and Suemasu.
Will Remi get her confidence and be able teach students or will she quit and go home crying!
Tune in and watch Sket Dance episode 34!
Beware of Mild Spoilers!
Overall, this episode is great and better than the Thief Dan, Plus episode. It's a nice comic relief episode to get away from episode 33's tense, mystery case.
I had made three GIFs for this report, though the Remi's one is a bit choppy. Looks like I need more practice. Plus, I made Bossun's drawing GIFs! Please tell me if they're a bit too slow.
Thank you guys for reading our team's weekly report. I thank my team for doing their best to put in some time for their wiki projects and this one with college ending in a few weeks. We're almost there to freedom.
Anna did a fantastic job on this episode's plot summary and uploaded a lot of images. I worked on Saori Yasuda's page and finished her story arcs, origin, and anime/manga differences. I will do Sakiko after this blog. Please see our team's wiki contribution list.
We hope you guys get active in this community and even make a weekly blogs on other shows like some obscure titles. We need the help of the community to keep this place running.
A special news report for Team Guilty Crown: New York Comic Con and Manga Adaptation
Team W.I.K.I. Nation
In this news article, Kuro and I will cover what the New York Comic Con Panel got from the staff of Guilty Crown: Koji Yamato of Fuji TV, George Wada of Production I.G, and Ryo Oyama of Aniplex. In the second half of the blog, we will cover updates of Guilty Crown's manga adaptation.
For those who do not know Guilty Crown, my partner Kuro wrote this on the franchise's page.
After the spread of the "Apocalypse Virus" in Japan in the year 2029, the country has been placed in an emergency state. Since the spread of the virus, the Japanese government lost all of its foundations, and the reign of the international organization known as GHQ began ruling the country. Now Japan is in a state of martial law, which is enforced by the GHQ, and is considered a "quasi-independent" nation.
10 years pass, and we see the story through the eyes of Shu Ouma, an average 17-year-old teenager who lives a normal life. However, his normal life style is soon shattered after his chance encounter with Inori Yuzuriha, who eventually involves him with the anti-government group she is a part of, known as Funeral Parlor, or Undertaker.
Source: Guilty Crown ANN by Todd Ciolek October 16, 2011
**I will reorganize and summarize the information from Todd's article to make it easier to read. Be sure to read his original article.
First, the three producers talk about the original concept of Shu and Inori.
According to Wada, he states that the story is based on how Shu and Gai foiled each other. While Shu is a timid and average high school student, Gai is the charismatic, handsome, and respected rebel leader of the Funeral Parlor.
Yamatmoto stated that the inspiration for Inori is the hot trend in Japan where young teenagers revered online divas. Plus, Wada explain that her egotist outfit is inspired by a band called Egotist which is popular among teenagers.
For both Shu and Inori, the producers link them with the story of a boy who meets an unusal girl.
Oyama stated that her outfit should be recognizable to Neon Evangelion fans because of her body-hugging tights. Oyama and the producers asked Redjuice Graphics to make Ayase sexy with this suit.
[KuroNekoXIII stated that Darker than Black has individuals who have special abilities, Contractors.]
Yamamoto state that this is because of Fuji TV's broadcasting timeslot issues. He inform the audience that they would like to have a sequel series, a movie, or an OVA, and he kindly ask the audience to support the series for Guilty Crown's future.
According Oyama, the "crown" comes from the central theme of this show, "Who will become the next generation's kings?" Furthermore, he explains that the growth of Genom makes guilty feelings and how Shu feels guilty using his friends as weapons due his power to take out Voids from his friends. This is where the "guilty" part comes in. When a fan asks about how Shu will feel if he pulls out a Void from a stranger, Oyama stated that they will find out in episode 3.
How did Shu acquired the Void Genome?
I did this for the New York Comic Con's interview with Hiro Mashima blog on Anime Vice. It's nice to hear from fans of Guilty Crown to voice comments or questions that they still have. I'll start it off.
I looked up possible Japanese females who match the words Egotist and Idol: Yui Aragaki (a famous actress and seiyuu), Reiko Nakane (head of a fashion store called Egotist), and Eiguchi Aimi of AKB48 band (Eiguchi is computerized model, so she isn't a real woman).
Be sure to comment.
According to Square Enix's Monthly Shonen Gangan's November Issue, they stated that Guilty Crown will get its first manga serialization.
Not much info is given in the ANN's article. According to Capsulecomputers, the series will have one chapter per month.
Member of Team Guilty Crown, and my partner is KuroNekoXIII.
Welcome to the 11th weekly Beelzebub! I'm Taka, a fellow wiki editor who bring you guys news about a couple of shows on Anime Vice: Sket Dance, Blue Exorcist, and Fairy Tail. My team (Annabanana, ShadowKnight508, Arrussel, and Sreenivas) and I are here to discuss last week's Beelzebub's episode 43, Where Did My Brother Go?, and our work.
Be sure to check out Beelzebub's image gallery. ShadowKnight508 and Anna added some cool images.
While Oga, Beel, and the Shadow Group are going with Aoi, Ittousai, and Kota to the training grounds, Lamia and Furuichi are searching for Lord En. In their quest, Furuichi finds his Ishiyama classmates at the arcade and rounds them up. He asks them to help him to search for Lord En by informing them the attack on Oga and Aoi and insults on their school's name.
Will Furuichi convince his fellow delinquents to search for Lord En and will Oga get to the serious training?
Beware of mild spoilers!
Overall, this episode is fantastic if you don't mind the lack of violence and fighting. You'll have a riot with watching this episode.
My team has trivia questions, an animated GIF, and stitched caps. Our teammate, Anna, added lovely stitched caps. For those who do not know what a stitched cap is, a stitched cap is an image that's been stretched to include more things. It could be stretched vertically or horizontally. Usually in wiki pages, stitched caps must be in its own gallery because episode caps or regular images are permitted in wiki pages.
I thank you guys for reading our team's weekly report. I thank my teammates for doing a great job on this wiki project. Anna and ShadowKnight508 did an excellent job on the anime part while Arrussel added the weekly chapter 43 review of Beelzebub's manga.
Welcome to Fairy Tail's 4th weekly report! I count Newten's weekly articles on Fairy Tail ep. 88 and 89 because he's my teammate who supported Anna and I. For the title of these weekly reports, I just chose to kept this name because of the last report's name, and I wanted to keep it consistent due to my OCD thing. For you Beelzebub and Sket Dance fans, I have to stick with the weekly title unless you guys want me to come up with a new name. Back to Fairy Tail, this episode is guarantee to show you guys more of the Seven Kin of Purgatory.
In this episode, Mirajane and Lisanna's battle with Azuma comes to a conclusion. While Fairy Tail fight the Seven Kin of Purgatory, they learn about Grimoire Heart's true goals, a world for only mages. Elfman and Evergreen fight against the weird and yet powerful Rustyrose; Ultear and Zeref have a serious confrontation.
Who will win in their respective matches: Lisanna and Mirajane vs Azuma, Elfman and Evergreen against Rustyrose and Ultear against Zeref?
Tune in and watch Fairy Tail episode 106? Please see our image gallery for this episode. Also, please thank Annabanana for uploading these lovely images. Beware of mild spoilers!
Azuma's words that described how thrill he is when fighting Mirajane is too weird. For example, he talks about how he never felt so high and he describes the battle as this "sensation." I don't know if it's the subbing problem, but it suggests drugs and sex to me.
Zeref's eyes are like Zancrow when he gets mad.
Natsu's shining triumph ends abruptly.
You got to love how Evergreen bashes on her allies and how weird Rustyrose is. Rustyrose is the Julius of the series.
I thank you guys for reading my team's weekly article on Fairy Tail. I thank Anna for doing a spectacular job on the images and her work on Fairy Tail. This week, we had no trivia or animated GIFs. Please give my team a round of applause because they work on this series despite their busy lives with college and family.
MohsinMan99's I'm At the Top of the Trivia Leadership Board!
Guilty Crown News
Team W.I.K.I. Nation
Welcome to the 11th Weekly Sket Dance report! I'm Takashichea, a proud member of Team W.I.K.I. Nation. My team and I are proud to present you weekly coverage of this beloved series and our hard work on the wiki. For those who do know my teammates, they are Annabanana, KuroNekoXIII, MohsinMan99, HalberdierV2, Hibaru, and Piface314.
This week's episode has a thrilling crime and mystery story with a big plot twist that goes beyond breaking windows. No, it's breaking hearts.
Yagi and Saori Yasuda ask SKET Dan for permission to document their activities. When Bossun and Hime tell Yagi that they are boring, Yagi gives them a case to investigate. The case is about a culprit who breaks windows without stealing anything. As SKET Dan unravels the case, they discover that the culprit is not who they think it is and how the answer is right in front of them.
Tune in and watch Sket Dance episode 33!
Beware of Spoilers! Don't worry, I won't give out the ending.
|Sakiko Takashima is the manager of the baseball club.|
It's tough to say what's bad in this episode. I can't think of any. Maybe, they overuse the afro gimmick joke too much.
Overall, the episode is excellent because it shows that Sket Dan is not all fun, random games. No, it has drama and mystery. Though, we haven't seen a tragedy story like Switch's origin story in the anime yet. We still need to see the origin stories for Bossun and Hime.
I thank you guys for reading this. I thank my team for a spectacular job on the wiki project despite their busy lives with school and doing other wiki projects.
Please see our Team's Vitae List. Remember, we're making this community great by contributing to it by wiki editing, commenting, creating blogs, and more. This way, people would get to love and try anime and manga by seeing different takes and views on it.
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