New trailer - just making small talk :)
Genre: Science Fiction
Produced by Hoods Entertainment
Release Date: July ?
The science-fiction story revolves around "dolls" who fight and power up with special cards.
We don't have a summer guide yet. I'm going to post in June 2013. Stay tuned for it. Check out the Spring Anime 2013 Trailers Archive Blog in the meantime.
I'm a wiki addict. I love it when I'm reading the manga chapter to compare to the episode, I find something cool I missed like these items.
I wrote these on the episode 6 wiki page. It's another job well done.
I welcome any help on the Attack on Titan wiki project.
In the manga, Mikasa's mother tattoos or carves the numbers 844 on to Mikasa's arm. Compared to the anime, Mikasa's mother and Mikasa are knitting.
The manga vividly reveals Franz's dismembered torso.
You forgot Melty. :)
Weirdly enough, when they said festival, I thought it would be like those big festivals with booths and food. It was more like a small bachelor party with belly dancers.
Lots of dancing and fan service in this episode. I was looking at the dance. It was more belly, hip, and booty shaking. I was thinking Filipino or Indian (Asian) styled dancing. The attire that Amy, Melty, and Saaya wear remind me of Native American culture.
I always thought the Hideauze were flower-like. I see now it's more like squid-like.
I was pretty shocked that Eren, our main hero of the show, just got eaten by a Titan. My mentality was that everyone but the main characters are not safe. I guess the show will revolve around either Armin or Mikasa.
In episode 6, I enjoyed it a lot. Mikasa's story paints how cruel the world is. To survive, you must win. The losers die. In a Titans infested world, the people who are safe are within the interior. Those parasites among the elites just get fat like cattle. The world is so screwed in this series. The episode is morbid. You have Armin on the verge of breaking down. Well, he is already over the edge. People are dying around him. I feel bad for Hannah who lost Franz.
Before I hit the books again, it's my turn to do Valvrave the Liberator. It looks like we have more fan service. Damn, Random Curiosity ruins the surprise with their preview images on the home page.
I forgot to reply. Sorry, I'm such a busybody.
Oh, I see you like Chiho and Sadao pairing. For me, I don't know who to choose. Sadao and Chiho's relationship looks cute while Emi and Sadao may be full of conflict, but they are a funny pair who can fight well despite being enemies.
I love how Ashiya went out to get his cape to look badass.
Sequel to the Senki Zesshou Symphogear TV series.
Two years ago, a pair of idols, Tsubasa Kazanari and Kanade Amo, collectively known as ZweiWing, fought against an alien race known as Noise using armor known as Symphogear. To protect a girl named Hibiki Tachibana, who got severely wounded by the Noise, Kanade sacrificed herself. Two years later, as Tsubasa has fought the Noise alone, Hibiki ends up gaining the same power as Kanade.
Looks like the wiki page for this series was already created by Mr. XD and ShadowKnight508, Hyperdimension Neptunia: The Animation.
I'll callto move this thread while I recycle this page. All right then.
Genre: Comedy, Slice of Life
Alias: Golden Mosaic
Produced by Studio Gokumi
The story begins with Shinobu Oumiya, a 15 year-old, seemingly "pure Japanese" girl who actually did a homestay in Great Britain. Even after coming back to Japan, she misses her time overseas. One day, an air mail letter arrives from Alice, the girl in Shinobu's host family in Great Britain. The letter reads, "Shinobu, I'm coming to Japan!" The "Japanese/British girls' mixed comedy" follows the lives of Shinobu, Alice, and other girls from both Japan and Great Britain.
New Pokemon and more info on the game, I can't wait to play it
I got more info on that for you guys and gals.
The June issue of Shogakukan's Corocoro Comic magazine is previewing two new protagonists and four new Pokémon from this October's Pokémon X and Pokémon Y games next week. As in earlier games, the player can choose to make the protagonist male or female, but the player can also choose the protagonist's look by changing his or her appearance.
The game features the "naughty" Pokémon Yanchamu (fighting type), the "robin" Pokémon Yayakoma (normal, flying types), the "electric" Pokémon Erikiteru (electric, normal types), and the "riding" Pokémon Gōgōto (Gogoat, grass type). There are more details of three previously revealed Pokémon — Chespin (Harrimaron), Fennekin (Fokko), and Froakie (Keromatsu). They will be the player's first partner choices in the game.
Corocoro Comic is also revealing the previously unknown land of Karosu, the setting of the new games' adventures. At the center of Karosu is Miare City, and the player can ride through the city with Gōgōto.
Source: Anime News Network
Yeah, they have been playing it safe with the male characters. I wish they did something new. The male characters from the Black/White generations have similar clothing.