Ohana was wracked with fever last week, and now it’s my turn. My nose is running like an open tap as I type, and I barely have any strength to stay awake. But I guess this pales in comparison to the emotional roller-coaster Ohana is being subjected to this episode. If you have been a teenager before, you can probably understand and empathize with Ohana’s emotional state.
This is so full of angst, its so much fun to watch.
Actually. Its not really fun at all. Read more…
… but a Yandere Yoshiyuki is fine too.
Wow, episode 5 was a groundbreaker. The first episode without DJ condor @ the start commenting on blatant fanservices. I thought the producers finally decided to stop concentrating on how to create high definition panties and spend more time on building up the story.
Sorry for the long delay… I was studying mandarin in Shanghai. But rest assure by hook or crook, I will catch up to the latest episode. I mean… I’M JUST 5 EPISODES BEHIND~! I can always do a JohnnyYandere?! NOT. This will not end up like his crazy coverage of Moshidora… since I don’t think I possess a fraction of his sheer willpower and determination.
I believe that:
a post a day makes you wanna quit blogging rightaway.
Hence I will take my own sweet time to catch up.
Anyway, besides the hanky panky this episode, we finally get a clearer picture of what is going on.
Tiger & Bunny’s premise is that in Sternbild City superheroes are sponsored as they fight against crime making it a competition and popularity contest. Hero TV, the leading television show run by the foxy Agnes Joubert, does its part in getting as close to the action as possible for the best shots to get the best possible ratings.
That’s the back story of the show, but that’s not the draw of Tiger & Bunny. The draw of Tiger & Bunny is all of its well written characters that no matter how stereotypical they may be they somehow manage to hit all of the right notes to leave you feeling all warm and fuzzy on the inside.
After the frenetic pace of last episode, this week’s iteration of Hanasaku Iroha slows down to a meandering but mesmerizing amble. Same thing goes for Ohana. Being the boss of Kissuisho for two busy days surely took its toll on her small frame, and she’s fallen ill. It’s so weird seeing her lack of energy, which is a main source of propelling this series forward. Similarly, be it time lapses or hallucinations, this was a weird episode, probably caused by the fever that’s messing around with Ohana’s mind.
At any one point in time, there will always be three women whom I long for.
The first is the girl I’m currently pursuing. The second used to be Scarlett Johansson – after POTC: On Stranger Tides, it’s now Àstrid Bergès-Frisbey.
And the third is the lovely Kanda Midori.
FYI – This post is geared towards the male demographic. So if you’re not a male homo sapien with raging hormones, you won’t be missing anything if you skip this one.
Yes, I went nuts and tagged every cosplay she’s ever done.
But thanks to 2 years of studying economic policies, I’m sure that no matter how screwed up our politics are, our coldly calculative economic planners would never let the economy falter unless the whole SEA region decides to screw with us.I like how even when the SEA Financial District goes bankrupt, it’s only Singapore that gets wiped out.
Is that a compliment or an insult, I wonder?
I’ve watched it, and frankly speaking, I feel that there’s too many things to fit into one episode. Also, I don’t really like the way the return to status quo is handled. After the jump is a long rant that’s most likely tl;dr, but I just feel strongly that even though it isn’t a fault of the series, it’s something that I’ve been meaning to write about for quite a long time.