Very pretty. Not just the art, but the story has a very pretty feel, which I'm certain doesn't make sense to anyone but me
27: What's up with that "Nishikino Souseki-san" thing? Is it a nickname Nico has for Maki? The only experience I have with Love Live is reading the yuri doujins, so I'm not too familiar with all this stuff (though it certainly does help a lot with learning more about LL).
She's referring to Natsume Souseki, who's famous for (apocryphally) saying that a Japanese person would never say something as blunt as "I love you", but instead talk around the point with a phrase like "the moon is beautiful"
Text page had some awkward wording, but otherwise a good read
Anyway I really should finish watching season 1 but hearing about the stupid father thing in the later season really annoys me in refraining to do so.
At least get through G. It's easily the best part of the series, and ties up enough that you can pretend GX doesn't exist if you really want to (Personally I like GX more than the original, but there's no denying it has some major problems)
A whole lot
The biggest change being that extra deck monsters (Fusion, Synchro, XYZ) can't be freely summoned anymore, instead you can only summon one and it'll go to a new zone for extra monsters
Just one extra deck monster
If you want to summon more extra monsters, you'll have to do a Link Summon (the obligatory new card type) and those Link monsters comes with those fancy arrows right there, you can summon extra deck monsters to the slot where the arrow is pointing
I'm no Yu-Gi-Oh expert, but i'm pretty sure this kills like 90% of todays decks
Yeah, I did find a more detailed writeup since I last posted, and this basically completely reworks the game. This does answer a number of complaints I've seen (if somewhat clunkily), though I imagine it'll take a while for people to get used to it
What turned me off about the latest LWA is how many people suddenly starting shipping the opposite chromosome characters when Akko forgets all about any attraction in a flash to friendzone the dude and Diana probably wouldn't care if either of the two dudes died in a car crash.
It did kinda feel like they were trying to set up a romance there, though. I mean, it was a terrible attempt at it, but the show is awful at character interactions in general
Sorta? I mean, interest in boys kind of kicked off the first half, but that ended with Saku literally turning out to be Nina's soulmate with a pause to note that there's some going on between Chiya and Kon (and then the back half was all about Chiya x Kon). There wasn't any progress on a het end unless you count providing evidence that Koume is probably bi
Not really digging the new Tokyo Me- er, Precure. The sweets theme is laid on way too thick, and there's not much else of interest. On the plus side, red and purple will probably be shippable with how much the OP pairs them up
scanlators tend to skip chapters that were covered by animes, unfortunately. I get they feel it might be redundant, but I enjoy reading manga more than watching anime and even then, mangas tend to go more to the point while adding some more details where animes might skip or tone down some things. :/
I don't think it's the redundancy so much as that the scanlators only have so much time, which is best used dealing with material the audience hasn't seen before
no, its the usual anime/manga thing where general writing does not match the setting/context. "super deep and thoughtful" (or like in this case, attempting to be) hardly goes with highschool children. In this case they all behave and interact way too "maturely" (or more like: uncanny) for mere children.
That's not even an anime/manga thing. Most writers are adults, and correspondingly have difficulty accurately writing children
So all the gushing made me decide to watch the latest Precure episode despite having missed the last 40 or so episodes. ...Pretty good, if a bit low budget. And super gay. Does the target audience not notice any of this?