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  1. Guardian Enzo
    2014-11-04 04:40
    Guardian Enzo
    I can only think of two other Hisaya penned series, so no! I'm not familiar with the stuff he's done that's never been adapted, though.
  2. 0utf0xZer0
    2014-11-04 04:03
    0utf0xZer0
    Can you think of any Hisaya penned series where a guy falls for a girl who wasn't acting at least a bit odd in the first scene in which they interact?
  3. Guardian Enzo
    2014-10-20 19:39
    Guardian Enzo
    Certainly all valid points.
  4. 0utf0xZer0
    2014-10-20 18:24
    0utf0xZer0
    Re: Sora no Method 3:

    It's not just you, I moved on to fanboying over other shows a while back and I felt this episode was significantly better than the first two.

    As for trying to figure out why it's such a big improvement, I'd three two points:
    1) More scenic locals: I initially went into Kanon 2006 not expecting much, and one thing that attracted me right of the bat was just how pretty that snowy town was. This wasn't on that level, but the new scenery was a big step up from the prior episodes.
    2) Ensemble cast: I don't find Noel or Yuzuki interesting enough at this point to carry entire episodes, which is more or less what they were asked to do in the first couple episodes. The ensemble and its internal conflicts, on the other hand, is interesting to me.
    3) I'll also note that I think Sora no Method tried to hit the emotional buttons way too early, before I actually cared about the characters. Kanon 2006 took a few episodes to introduce characters - rotating through them in the process - before it expected you to care all that much. Before that it was mainly comedy - and KyoAni more or less hit on gold with having Sugita inject a bit of Kyon into Yuuichi (seriously, in what I've seen in the 2002 version he's kind of a wet noodle). Sola admittedly got down to business much quicker, but early on it was going for tension, not emotion.
  5. Guardian Enzo
    2014-04-03 04:38
    Guardian Enzo
    I'll let you off this once...

    I haven't, though I think Takahata is an underrated director - I've thought about adding it to the backlist.
  6. 0utf0xZer0
    2014-04-03 02:14
    0utf0xZer0
    About your April Fools post... if I figured it out in the split second between clicking the link and the page actually loading, does that count as falling for it or not?

    Also, out of curiousity, have you ever seen Taishou Yakyuu Musume?
  7. 0utf0xZer0
    2014-01-30 01:24
    0utf0xZer0
    So I watched this week's Inari Konkon.
    Touka + Uka = One True Pair.
  8. 0utf0xZer0
    2013-10-25 01:56
    0utf0xZer0
    Spoiler for Tokyo Ravens 1-3:
  9. Guardian Enzo
    2013-10-25 01:31
    Guardian Enzo
    Well, yeah - until I knew Hokuto was origami I didn't suspect, obviously. But I thought as soon as that was revealed that Natsume was probably the one behind it - keeping tabs on Nanoha- er, Harutora from a distance...
  10. 0utf0xZer0
    2013-10-25 01:12
    0utf0xZer0
    Spoiler for Tokyo Ravens 3:


    Golden Time and Naki no Asukara had good episode this week IMO though I felt really sorry for Chinami at times.

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