Dat copy pasta’d crowd.
Dat copy pasta’d crowd.
Those were some pretty fireworks.
Man this shit is so awesome on so many motherfucking levels yo.
I was talking to one of my anime friends and they sent me 7 videos with the name only labelled “Golden”. I said to them; What’s this shit? They just giggled and said “Just watch them and MAKE SURE YOU DON’T PUNCH YOUR COMPUTER WHEN WATCHING IT!”. Then I thought it was some weird haremfuck or some strange moeshit but as I watched the first video, I was like “Yo… what the fuck…”
Sorry for the lack of activity in the last couple of weeks. It’s been a busy Summer for me in terms of getting ready for university and etcetera etcetera, colons and colons. But now I made it! I’m now living the uni student life, in a town 200 miles away from home studying Computer Animation. Ah, growing up. I feel old.
But let’s talk about amines now shall we?
Nerawareta Gakuen (Psychic School Wars) was originally a 1973 science fiction novel by Taku Mayumura, which spawned a bunch of live action dramas, films, but most recently an anime film by Ryousuke Nakamura over at the lively bunch at Sunrise studios.
Don’t get the name of the movie fool you however since Nerawareta Gakuen is anything more than just a psychic school war epic.
Takao Kasuga is a budding high-schooler who loves reading books; especially Charles Baudelaire’s ‘The Flowers of Evil’. He also has a huge crush on the popular girl in class Nanako Saeki. One day walking home he forgot his favourite book and runs back to pick it up. Unbeknownst to Kasuga he found Nanako’s P.E. uniform fallen out of the shelf. For some reason he panics, steals it and takes it home. It wasn’t long before the news of Saeki’s missing gym clothes was spread and the overbearing guilt builds up inside Takao. Then comes Sawa Nakamura, a strange and downright creepy outcast in Takao’s class who somehow witnessed him taking Nanako’s uniform. A downward spiral series of unfortunate events soon entails on our characters…
At the beginning of the episode we are demonstrated the power of spacequakes; large and mysterious disasters that have plagued the Earth for some time, this scene alone even claimed one-hundred and fifty million innocent lives. Ninety seconds later, a bright pair of pink striped panties gets shoved into your face.
It’s this awkward sense of contrast that sets the underlying tone for Date A Live.
Hayate no Gotoku! Cuties is the fourth instalment in the Hayate no Gotoku! anime series. Now, normally you would expect the first season to continue on in the second season, and so on and so forth – this isn’t the case with Hayate. The first season follows the first five volumes of the manga whereas the second season stayed faithful from volume six to fourteen. The third season thought “what the hell” and jumped ahead and beyond the timeframe of events in the manga serialising weekly at the time. This fourth season doesn’t do any better as we’re about to find out.
WHO WILL WIN HAYATE’S KISS? WHO? WHO? WHO???
As speculated, while the first ten episodes of Hayate no Gotoku! Cuties featured each heroine of the series, the final two will serve an original story by Kenjirou Hata about the history of Kisu, the Japanese name for fish!