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Oh great! I finally have time to update a little on my anime life now. Sorry guys for the total lack of anime posts for the past few, or rather, many weeks. Since the start of school, every single day of my life was filled with darn tutorials, stupid project work, and ‘lovely’ harmonica practices.
Even so, I’m glad that I still have a little time to catch some of the Spring animes. I’m currently only watching a few and they’re Kamen no Maid Guy (I seriously have no idea who is the idiot who rated this anime ‘Adults only!’.), Special A, Soul Eater, and Vampire Knight.
Among these four, my favourite would have to be the 100% GAR Kamen no Maid Guy! It’s no doubt the most hilarious anime among the Spring animes.
If you think that “The Society for the Study of Modern Visual Culture” can only exist in a fictional anime like Genshiken, you’re so very wrong.
So Minami-ke had just ended 2 days before the start of 2008. For those who are getting Monday Blues because of this, don’t worry because the second version of Minami-ke, entitled Minami-ke: Okawari, (Literally: One more bowl; Meaning-wise: One more time. According to Misakichii) will be airing soon on 6 January. There remains our weekly dosage of light humour infused with even cuter pictures of Kana.
It seems a bit late for me to say this since every one had already sent me their best wishes when I was still heartbroken. However, I would still like to make this post which concludes 2007 for me, and what 2008 has in store for me.
Before I begin, I would first like to wish every one a
WONDERFUL 2008 AHEAD!!! MAY ALL YOUR WISHES COME TRUE!!!
If you’ve ever caught a male Pikachu in any Pokemon versions, most probably, that’s a female Pikachu who is cross-dressing as a male. If not, I’m afraid to say that your Pokemon cartridge is corrupted. Don’t worry. You’re not the first to experience this. If you don’t believe what I’ve just said, then take a look after the break.
Yes, it’s Yaoi love.
Animes usually start off with a bang in order to capture the audience’s hearts. Just by watching the first few episodes, you’re instantly hooked onto it as if your life depends on it. This holds true for all the new animes in this season of fall. From this point onwards, there are two paths which an anime can continue onto, namely the path of self-destruction by losing all its initial novelty, or the path of scaling to greater heights by constantly introducing new and creative antics.
Currently, there are 13 animes on my watch-list and I must admit, some of them are beginning to bore the hell out of me. They started off splendid-fully but into the middle, their attractiveness level almost become a pathetic zero and they just continue on as a monotonous anime. I won’t give the names of such animes, but I should at least praise those which have constantly provided me with so much joy and anticipation every week. For the top three, they are Clannad, Bamboo Blade, and Bleach. (Please don’t assume that I’ve said that the other 10 animes are bullshit.)
So when you are watching an Initially-Super-Nice-But-Turned-Bullshit-Later-On anime, what would your choice of action be?
Fan service rules! Who dares to disagree with me? Put your name down! I’m gonna haunt you for the rest of your life =) We all love to see moé-looking, kawaii anime girls dressed up in sailor fuku, or better still, maid outfits! I know I sound like a dirty old man for saying such stuffs but admit it, YOU think the same way too.
There’s usually a scene involving maids in almost every anime, like The Melancholy of Haruhi Suzumiya and Lucky Star, and they never fail to turn us on! With just a sprinkle of maid-service in them, they already have such huge effects on us. (Or maybe it’s just me.) What will happen now if the whole anime is all about maids?
WARNING: The pictures that follow are actually ‘quite’ safe for work (QSFW). However, you might still want to check that your girlfriend or your mum is not standing behind you…