So many captions could’ve gone with that photo. However, I ended up choosing the above 😛 Infinite Stratos is so generic it’s painful to watch >_<“
Anyway enjoy your weekend everyone!
“I love, love, love…………………….[repeat multiple times]…………………….. love you!”
The thing I find with Dragon Crisis is that it’s pretty unremarkable bar the fact that it has a some noteable names in the seiyuu industry. It’s not that I find it bad. I just see no reason why I should be watching this >_>
“Nessa hates Hate, and Nessa loves Love!”
The world of Fractale is definitely the most interesting universe that has appeared this season. The setting is unique and the background art is beautiful to say the least. (more…)
“That’s not a kick!!!!”
Let me put it straight to you first: I’m not really a fan of moe fanservice rom-coms. I feel this genre receives too much of an audience and too much interest in the anime scene. As a result, what I’m saying about Zombie is faaaaaaiiiiirly subjective. (more…)
“Ho ho ho…”
Imagine Aisaka Taiga and Sherlock Holmes. That’s essentially what Victorique de Blois is, the gothic-costumed loli detective star of this show. Gosick is showing itself to be relatively solid entertainment, but I would hardly classify this as a must-watch of the season. (more…)
“A fluid-like organism from the planet Jacqueline S. It’s name is Clive… Don’t you also think it’s hideous?”
Out of all the series shown so far, I have found Level E the funniest and most interesting. It’s got a great concept and has a really engaging and realistic cast (well as far as anime goes).
Plot summary from AniDB: “In the present day, hundreds of extraterrestrial species walk the Earth. Some are pacifistic, others violent. Some are here for research purposes, others are career criminals. However, humans don’t know they are here.
Now, one more alien has arrived on Earth. One of the universe’s foremost geniuses with a personality that’s bound to attract all sorts of trouble.”
It’s fantastic to see a series that doesn’t base its jokes on fanservice like those dime-a-dozen Xebec productions. I found Level E fresh to watch and just genuinely funny. The icing on the cake has to be Prince Baka Ki El Dogra’s over-the-top puppet act, compared to his usual deadpan tone-of-voice.
At the same time the show can prove to be rather serious as well, most noticeably at the end of the episode where we’re left watching the Prince’s true form: some twisted insectoid creature that screams like a housewife attending an Oprah show. Oh, and that reference to ET was classic.Just goes to show the potential Level E has. It can go anywhere.
I have little else to say. Watch Level E if you generally enjoy sarcastic humour and comic timing.
OP: best OP this season. Nice catchy tune and some great comic book-inspired ideas
ED: not as great, but pretty decent I guess.