I swear that these two shows are just one and the same. One of them’s just a big prude about it.
Very serious, Junpei. Very serious:
Kampfer and Nyan Koi should just find a hotel room and make out. Could you imagine the baby? Probably some show where the main character turns into a catgirl who can hear the thoughts of other catgirls, becoming no doubt an instant hit.
Spirit level? Are you joking me? It’s even over 9000. Hey… hey… are you guys gonna go SSJ too? ‘Cause that’d be awesome.
I didn’t really blink when we learned a couple episodes ago that the twins were spiritually attuned or some shit. I didn’t expect a goddamn transformation sequence though and certainly not jumping across rooftops like Mighty Mouse.
“Marvelous.” Moving on… to be honest, not much happened this episode: some crappy action that doesn’t belong in a comedy and Mizuno gets to join the long and proud heritage of anime girls looking scared. No doubt she’s delighting creepy fans all across the world.
Mikuru and Mio would be proud. Hm. Mikuru. Mio. Mizuno. Oh whatever. I always thought it would be a cold day in hell when Kampfer was more interesting than Nyan Koi.
I think I enjoyed this week’s Kampfer more than Nyan Koi–no, seriously. Granted, that doesn’t say a whole lot, but despite all the fanservice in Kampfer, at least something’s churning in the shadows. Nothing’s really changed in Nyan Koi since it started, but it seems to be ending soon. Oh, I’m sure the feeling will pass. Maybe I was just really intrigued by this preview at the end of the episode, whatever it is:
I think I’m going to go check it out right now. But back to Kampfer, if they continue to subvert Sakura’s character, I dunno… there’s some potential in that, but then again–since everyone outside of her and Shizuku are dumb as bricks–probably not.