While watching Ozuma E1, I couldn’t help but feel as if I was watching Saturday morning cartoons. Which in no way is a bad thing. When you become an old bastard like me, there’s nothing better than some solid reminiscing. I’m watching and reviewing this mostly because of its science fiction premise.
With two episodes left of this season’s Bakuman, I can’t help but feel that things will turn out well soon. Is it wrong to wish that things go badly for certain characters?
Welcome to the Perfect Crime post. Oh crap, it’s no longer Perfect. Ashirogi is under the gun only having one more chance to at least match the work of both Crow and +Natural. I won’t lose to this post, but I may lose to my hunger as I haven’t had breakfast today.
After a one and half season hiatus I’ve decided to review the second season of Bakuman. I needed something non-offensive, light, airy and altogether so-so, for me to get back into the swing of things. I some what enjoyed the first season and am now all caught up on season 2. Read on to examine my pitiful attempt to reinvigorate my interest in anime, by way of two over-excitable young men and their dreams of being mangakas!
Come gather fellow squidizens! Nothing beats coming back from vacation and having two episodes of Ika Musume to watch. It’s the opposite of being incredibly bored and finally deciding to watch something (even though you don’t really feel like it), only to realize there’s absolutely nothing to watch.