I enjoyed Toshokan Senso (Library War) but I’m not sure about Tatakau Shisho: The Book of Bantorra, as some of the characters seem to be having issues with their cleavage. Here’s the summary from Sea Slugs Anime Blog:
In a world where â€œBooksâ€ are the crystallized forms of the dead, Tonisu has his memory erased [...]
I’m around midway through the series now, and I continue to be entertained by the amount of over the top drama in Glass Mask.
There’s Soul Shattering Death! Tsukikage turns Maya over to the Daito Corporation and Hayami begins the work of turning her into a star. She’s acting in a supporting role on a [...]
Glass Mask is a shoujo classic that I wish was translated into English, but since the series is so long and unfinished (although new chapters are starting to appear again) I guess there is a slim chance of it ever reaching the US. Glass Mask is a 43 volume manga about a girl struggling [...]
Silver Diamond 1-4 – Review of one of my favorite current Tokyopop series. The Twelve Kingdoms – Epic Win – Overview of the classic anime series Taking a swipe at what passes for comic journalism
I thought that the whole Keanu Reeves as Cowboy Bebop’s Spike was just an unfounded rumor, but I guess it is true. I just can’t picture this. I think my mind is rebelling.
The final episode! I’ve been drawing out my viewing of this anime because I didn’t want it to end. I also find it difficult to find the time to watch any anime at all these days.
Poor Dojo is in the hospital recovering from his injuries in the battle for the museum. He isn’t in [...]
Iku and Tezuka are on a bus. Iku keeps sighing until Tezuka tells her to knock it off. She begs him to send her back to Tokyo. This is his reaction:
Iku dreams that she’s talking to her prince charming. She asks him to tell her his name. He turns around and it is Dojo, telling her that she’s an idiot and she needs to get back to work. She wakes up screaming “Noooooooooooo!” At work Iku keeps beating her head against her desk. Hikaru and [...]
I’m always curious when a manga I like gets adapted as an anime. Sometimes I even prefer the anime version. I liked the anime version of Ouran High School Host Club a little more than the manga. I think Skip Beat is more suited to animation than most shoujo titles because of some of the [...]
I’ve fallen way behind in my Library War blogging.
Iku is called before a tribunal because the ratfink Sumigawa falsely named her as a collaborator. He’s unreachable at the moment, because he is allegedly sick and resting at home. Iku’s friends wonder if this is the work of the horrible Administrative Faction of the [...]