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Catgirls 2006-02-15 13:00

Kashimashi Episode 6 Discussion/Poll
 
Welcome to this week's Episode of Kashimashi ~Girl Meets Girl~.

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Catgirls 2006-02-15 18:11

For those of you that are reading the Manga:
Spoiler for Preview for Episode 7:

Tatiana Razajev 2006-02-15 23:03

I love the way the episode ended. That much needs to be said. Plus the flashback scenes were a nice touch over all and helped make the episode even better. Definitely a pivotal episode. Hmm episode 7 looks like it will be a fun episode if nothing else.

tun 2006-02-15 23:04

Surprise move by Tomari at the end. Very good episode nonetheless.

Kaoru Chujo 2006-02-16 20:52

Loved this ep again. Ah, Tomari-chan. Inspired me to change my sig/avatar over to Tamura Yukari: Hocchan for the first half of the series, Yukarin for the second half. The relocation of the big scene from where it was in the manga worked well for me.

Great to see kj1980 here to keep us from going overboard. He calls this episode just "good", while the rest of us centre around excellent and perfect. He knows too much, lol.

Guppy 2006-02-16 23:33

I liked the way they quietly changed the ED music to the piano version of Michishirube. :) It gives the aftermath a quiet, introspective touch which matches well with Hazumu and Tomari realising their own feelings.

And Yasuna's "bring it on!" gesture during the chess game was hilarious. :D I'm starting to like the anime more than the manga, just for all those little characterisation touches.

kj1980 2006-02-18 14:47

Quote:

Originally Posted by Kaoru Chujo
Loved this ep again. Ah, Tomari-chan. Inspired me to change my sig/avatar over to Tamura Yukari: Hocchan for the first half of the series, Yukarin for the second half. The relocation of the big scene from where it was in the manga worked well for me.

Great to see kj1980 here to keep us from going overboard. He calls this episode just "good", while the rest of us centre around excellent and perfect. He knows too much, lol.

It was good. I do become critical when it comes down to watching anime in serious form though. While I might praise many with "moe~" and the like, there are parts within me to watch anime as a critic. Yukarin did a wonderful job as Tomari here, but I wouldn't call it her best performance yet. She can do much better.

Yumiko 2006-02-19 01:52

Quote:

No telling or asking for RAWs.
Why not? animesuki.com provides links to subtitled versions when they come out...

Akuma-sama 2006-02-19 02:46

Why not? Because it's in the rules, and they're enforced by nice and wonderful mods who will go after you like rabid pitbulls at a mailman wearing pants made of minced meat if you break them.
:heh:

Can't wait to see it subbed... *pokes Doremi* ;)

Catgirls 2006-02-24 13:57

Episode #6 has been subbed (for those of you waiting for it). :)

riznar 2006-02-24 18:24

Loved Yasuna @ Chess :D

"Come."

Akuma-sama 2006-02-25 00:07

Having issues with that x.264 codec... video was too slow, despite my machine being a lot stronger than what it needs (it's a gaming rig... a bit outdated gaming rig, but a gaming rig anyway).

This being said, LOVED IT! In the words of Ayuki, Tomari stepped on the stage. And no, Yasuna, even if you try to steal her lines, she's not getting off. :D

I'm surprised they're adding scenes compared to the Manga, I mean... usually, adaptations cut scenes :heh:
Oh well, it's working. Though it seems the anime is making Tomari the winner... meh, Yasuna will get her turn :heh:

gnuffiehot 2006-02-25 03:48

You might want to get the x264 codec for GNU's releases. www.x264.nl

Akuma-sama 2006-02-25 11:22

I did get it.
Anyways, :topicoff:

Boukenxha 2006-02-25 15:09

I think the splendid use of vivid imagery in this episode deserves a special mention, namely Tomari's childhood flashback scene and more so for the final confession scene. Given that important scenes like these would have been a direct transplant from the manga (I've not read it), but I think a certain amount of flair is still needed to bring out the subtlety of the mood during those emotional moments.

So far, I think the director has done well when it counts. The kiss from ep 5 might have earned itself a place on my list of most unforgettable scenes from an anime but it didn't make me sit up and watch in a similar way when Hazumu start jumping from stone to stone during the last part.

KaneDragon 2006-02-25 21:58

Hazumu is such a player. A shame that his relationship with Yasuna is more obligation/guilt right now. He's getting pretty close with Tomari....

The stepping stone scene was nice.

physics223 2006-02-25 22:50

In most anime like these, it's always the childhood friends who end up together (I think).

KaneDragon 2006-02-26 00:02

From this episode it would certainly seem so. A Yasuna ep, and now a Tomari ep. Compare and contrast. Tomari didn't push a pity kiss on Hazumu, which puts her in the lead. Or something. Ya~su~na~~

Juan Valdez 2006-02-26 02:11

Quote:

Originally Posted by Akuma-sama
Having issues with that x.264 codec... video was too slow, despite my machine being a lot stronger than what it needs (it's a gaming rig... a bit outdated gaming rig, but a gaming rig anyway).

You should use VLC. It can play x264 encoded videos on even very old machines (like my 700 MHz Thinkpad), and unlike most media players all the codecs are built in so there is no need to install extra stuff. (VLC has lousy support for softsubs, but that's not too big of an issue since most fansubs are hardsubbed).

But anyway... I'm liking this show more and more as time goes on. This wasn't quite as moving as the last episode, but it did add another interesting twist to an already twisted story :) Can't wait to see where it goes from here.

Gladi 2006-02-26 14:28

Quote:

Originally Posted by Juan Valdez
You should use VLC. It can play x264 encoded videos on even very old machines (like my 700 MHz Thinkpad), and unlike most media players all the codecs are built in so there is no need to install extra stuff. (VLC has lousy support for softsubs, but that's not too big of an issue since most fansubs are hardsubbed).

But anyway... I'm liking this show more and more as time goes on. This wasn't quite as moving as the last episode, but it did add another interesting twist to an already twisted story :) Can't wait to see where it goes from here.

Bright day
On VideoLan (VLC), quite a numbers of groups started to use mkv format with softsubs... AFAIK.

Exept mostly meh, last picture was good, average overall.


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