Real or fake? Truth of the lie or lies masquerading as truth? When the curtain rises, all you can ask yourself is “what now?”
G’day ladies and gents, the Inverseman here with another review. After settling some more pressing matters, I got to finish Nisemonogatari and here’s how it all went down (and check out our review of Bakemonogatari).
Okay, so if you happen to know the Monogatari novels, this season will be adapting the “Karen Bee” and “Tsukihi Phoenix” stories, so if pestering little sister types are not your thing, you have been warned in full so do not blame me if you get “platinum mad” or anything. Much like the past season the framework is similar, if not, the same. Our paranormal creature magnet Koyomi Araragi finds out some chick he knows are being afflicted by some supernatural thing so of course the way to solve the case is to sit around and talk for about 22 minutes and pop it out. It’s a lot more entertaining than it sounds.