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Saenai Heroine no Sodatekata ♭

Saenai Heroine no Sodatekata ♭

Saenai Heroine Tamat 1

Info: MAL | Subs: Doki | Status: Completed

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Ansatsu Kyoushitsu (TV) 2nd Season

Ansatsu Kyoushitsu (TV) 2nd Season


Status: Ongoing | Info: MAL | Subs: FFF
Prequel: Season 1

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Kamisama Hajimemashita◎

Kamisama Hajimemashita◎

Kamisama Hajimemashita

Status: Completed | Info: MAL | Subs: Anime-Koi

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Monogatari S2: The Side of the Tiger

Let us usher in the new season with luscious assets, intriguing plot devices and countless sexual innuendos!



Alright, brash intro aside, many people weren’t too satisfied with what was the lewd-fest called Nisemonogatari- so this next chapter in the Monogatari has to make up for it [rightfully].



Did Hanekawa just sing about Chocolate in its very first OP ? Probably that was the reason i felt ecstatic during the fluffy and lighthearted opening sequence – really stylistic as always anyway, SHAFT.

This series starts off with the Nekomonogatari ( white ) arc, where Hanekawa supposedly discovers another entity [ as if the two cats weren’t enough ] inside of her after the Golden Week arc.

Araragi goes missing after having been pulverized at the end of Nisemonogatari; going on a ‘soul-searching’ journey of his own. Well , he’s a boy right ? so we’re pretty sure he can take care of himself well enough.

On the first day of the new term Hanekawa crosses path with Hachikuji, who happens to have left her backpack in Araragi’s house after ‘being dragged away’ by him the previous night.

Shortly after the encounter, a giant,l white tiger Oddity enters the human realm and crosses Hanekawa; she could only stand still in shock as the beast walks towards her.

At school, Hanekawa enlightens Senjougahara about the encounter. They also wonder where Araragi’s gone off to; Senjougahara advises Hanekawa that it is alright for her to rely on Araragi more often.

Upon entering the classroom, Senjougahara notices a fire in the distance- Hanekawa quickly followed and confirms that her house is on fire.

Hanekawa then stands still in front of the remnants of what used to be ‘her home’; rummaging what she could find , she quickly goes to the cram school ruins to stay for the nights to come.

Senjougahara searches all night for the saint, and eventually finding her in the cram school ruins.

She slapped Hanekawa in succession pretty hard, chastising her for being so nonchalant about her own well-being. Senjougahara then invites her to stay at her house for the time being.

Inside her house, they have a lengthy chat about Araragi’s whereabouts… and

taking a shower together.


Continuing from the clutter that was the end of Nisemonogatari, we get an insight into Hanekawa’s never-before-seen personal life. However, just as we get a glimpse of what her personal life looks like, it gets swallowed in the flames. There are obviously connections between Hanekawa’s disregard for filial ties, the white tiger and the fire itself.

It was also very satisfying to see full frames of animations unlike *cough* zooming and panning across high res images *cough* that is typical of previous season’s anime. As redundant as some of the sequences maybe [cue high shutter speed head tilt], it’s still a plus in the animation department.  Additionally, the visual style of Monogatari has been maintained, which is crucial to the development of the story – another plus.

Expect more of the usual head tilts, redundant full frames, ubiquitous innuendos and stripping

My body is always ready




Let the bishojo-ladden ecchi adventure resume ! Boku Wa Tomodachi Ga Sukunai Season 2




After the 12 episodes of whacky, ecchi-filled action and unravelling Yozora’s true disposition against Kodaka in season 1, we were left with an extremely cliffhanger ending. So the story was going ‘oh, here’s how the real story begins’ for about 12 episodes. Only now, albeit not yet, we get the much-anticipated continuation to the adventures of the Neighbors’ Club.  Real sneaky, Yomi Hirasaka.


I finished the whole of season 1 within a day, because of how appealing I found it to be, no joke. If you’re really conservative and don’t like dogmas or religion being infused into anime along with sporadic scenes of inappropriateness, you probably won’t like this anime – because it thrives in doing that. This is also a story of taking on human relationships in an unconventional way; while being hilariously entertaining at that. The previous statement was what truly made the anime worthwhile for me. My take on this can be found here.

In the meantime, if you haven’t caught up with this series, there’s always time to do so. Don’t be a 肉 [meat] and do it ASAP !


Fate/Zero 6 – The other side of things

Fate/Zero Episode 6  Review

That's some wicked maneuvers there, considering she's only practiced at a courtyard all along.

 The serenity of the mountains in the night was broken with the roaring engine of Irisviel’s new ride, supposedly a ‘toy’

bought by Kiritsugu for her. Saber expressed concerns, but it all just pep talk, seeing as how well she handled the vehicle, making difficult maneuvers around steep cliffs. Looking ahead, Saber noticed a haughty figure standing in the middle of the road – and immediately discerned that it was a servant.

It'd be creepy as hell if someone dresses up like that to stop me while driving.. AT NIGHT.

She then assumed control of the car and made it scream to a standstill. There stood caster, wide open and illuminated, exposed by the headlights of the car. Being straightforward like no other, Caster proclaims that he has long missed Jeanne D’arc (historical link between a mage and Jeanne herself, go figure), who he has mistaken Saber for.

Don't you dare talk shit about identities in front of her.

 Upon revealing his name, Saber did likewise – instead, Caster went on to lament about how Jeanne’s memories have been erased and she herself maddened by the changing times, also blaming God for this process.  Maddened for real, Saber donned her armor and ruptured the ground beside Caster using her blade. She reprimanded him for his inexcusable behaviour and warned that the next meeting will be his end.

"I know that feel, bro" comforts Ryuunosuke. Okay, no.

Back in the ratways of the city, Ryuunosuke smiles at his grotesque ‘experiments’ and talked with the infuriated Caster about changing the ‘body count’ of their experiments.

Yeah, you know you're getting old when your daughter tells you what to do and what-not.

In the highlife apartment of Archibald, Lancer had a serious ‘work review’ with his Master. Sophia, his daughter, popped in to comment on Archibald’s actions in the last fight – describing him as a cowardice and incompetent Master. Lancer interrupted the string of criticisms quickly, as he, as a knight, could not bear to see his master get shamed. Sophia, realizing that she had gone overboard, apologized and readied the plan for the night; they had set up a labyrinth of mystical energy to hinder the enemy’s progress.

 And so the fire alarm rang and the residents of the apartment were quickly evacuated.They really thought that Kiritsugu would just charge straight up through the floors to fight him – in reality, he had a much more pragmatic way of doing things in mind.

There was one documentary on Discovery Channel dedicated to the art of blowing buildings up.. Kiritsugu sure knows a thing or two.

Following the explosions, Kirei, who supposedly had tracked her all the way up the building, ambushed Maiya. Kirei was expecting Kiritsugu to be there, but found Maiya in his place. Attempting to extract information, Kirei attacked her, but Maiya swiftly escaped through the aid of a gas bomb.

Chillin' in his favourite basement

Even in an all-out war for the Holy Grail, some protocols are to be observed. Back in the confines of the church, Kirei’s father, Risei, decided to mobilize all Masters to bring down Caster and Ryuunosuke after knowing their monstrous acts.

The way Servants fade into the void.. really rings to the phrase 'drink your problems away.' get it ?

Archer, as nonchalant as ever, casually sipped Kirei’s wine in while idling in his room. However, he displayed substance in his speech when he asked Kirei about Tokiomi’s ambitions. Archer went on to lecture Kirei about the disconnect between pleasure and sin (as he was a king in his life ) – how to find one’s own desires without sinning and such.

Deep inside, Kirei only longs to find out Kiritsugu’s true ambitions, but that will have to wait till the day they meet face to face.


The action died down a bit (assuming blowing up an apartment into bits wasn’t enough for me) in this episode, but we can see it building up again just like how it did in the first few episodes. More servant-master development – especially the emphasis on the deviance of Archer’s character- and you’d be a fool to say that it is unnecessary. Something to say about the church ? They’re pretty ethical while remaining a shady organisation, I must say – not much is spared when an immense power is up for grabs in a war. Nothing much else to say, really, the show does all the job explaining the bits very well.