Long time no see, Pluffei here, for an impressions of one of the first shows airing this summer season, Inu to Hasami wa Tsukaiyou, otherwise known as InuHasa.
Hello everyone, and welcome back to Objection! This week, rather than having a two-on-two debate, we’re doing a round table on the popular anime Psycho-Pass. Four of our staff are going to take turn discussing what they liked the best about the show, if we liked it at all! Each writer will present their case one by one, leaving you to decide who you most agree with. Let’s get started!
Hey everyone, Fenrir here with an exciting round table discussion about one of the 3DS’s greatest hits, Fire Emblem: Awakening. So far this game has received consistently high-ratings — something that as a FE-fan makes me very happy and proud to see. It’s a mutual feeling, I’ve discovered, from other Moarpowah staff members who have some pretty poignant thoughts on Awakening that make it one of the strongest titles of the series.
Kaushik here, ready to offer my impressions for the 2013 spring season. Since there will be quite a few new shows to cover, I will be doing a joint impressions with fellow writer pluffei. We will be skipping a few series, particularly ones we have no interest in (and don’t believe will even be subbed). Please consult the chart as we make our way through, and enjoy~!
A temporary end, and the start of a real hiatus until I get more storyboards and plot plans in.
Here is Episode 33, the last episode of Gotham City!
It seems the end of the year is nearing, and so passes another year of anime. Frankly, this was not a strong anime year for me, and I struggled a lot towards the bottom of my top 12, just because those shows actually felt pretty mediocre. Nonetheless, here I am, jumping in the bandwagon and doing a follow-up of this year’s top anime series. These are only out of the shows I watched this year, so if I missed a great show, I’m terribly sorry, but I probably didn’t watch it. (Gonna put it out there now, but I didn’t watch enough of Fate/zero to formulate a good opinion on it, which is why it’s not here.)
Anyways, without further ado, let’s dig in! Itadakimasu~
Pluffei: Herro every-nyan and thank you for tuning in to another one of our MoarPowah Objections! This is the usual sarcastic but relatively passive Pluffei.
Kaushik: And this is Kaushik! Today we’ll be objecting over what we think of Chuunibyou demo Koi ga Shitai, so far. For the record, I am enjoying it.
Pluffei: Yeah, I know, you wrote an impressions on it. And also for the record, I am the one who absolutely hates it. But let’s start on the good points of the show.
Hooray! More comedy shenanigans! But most importantly, I got to draw a full-sized Jill today, complete with breasts.
I’m surprised at how much I miss drawing real females sometimes, and at the same time, a bit horrified by being reminded that I actually enjoy drawing breasts (I like drawing real faces too though!).
Well, in any case, I hope the juxtaposition of chibi and full-sized characters isn’t too awkward. Until next week!
Here’s Episode 32.
Another week of Jack and Jill is here! The story continues as our hero Jack Guo, teamed up with Batman, attempts to overthrow the evil tyranny of womankind! Key word here is attempts.
Why is Batman so weak?
What will Jack Guo do next?
All questions that will be answered next week, hopefully. For now, here’s Episode 31.