If you have what it takes, I’ll let you [save the girl].
All I need is what it takes, right?
Do you think you can kill me? Its been one hundred years since I’ve seen someone this interesting. Then let’s see what you have!
Omoshiroi! Omoshiroi! Omoshiroi! Just imagine two powerful entities standing across from each other, braying on and on about how interesting the other foe is. It’s a sad reality that the writing in these lameass anime still haven’t progressed since Dragon Fucking Ball.
I’m (provisionally) back after a murderously long hiatus, and I figured I’d take some time to talk about something I actually enjoy rather than just trashing whatever’s hot at the moment (although K-On!!’s time is nigh, for sure). And what I like, after a long week, is to sit down in Barnes & Nobles with some horribly rich cafe food, a Diet Coke and the first generic Viz manga with ‘Shojo Beat’ written on the spine that catches my eye.
I finally caught up with all the released episodes of Kaichou wa Maid-sama! and it has honestly exceeded my expectations. The premise sounded so trashy, but it has been a decent shoujo comedy. Let’s go over what I have and have not enjoyed thus far, although with nine episodes into the anime, I don’t think it’s going to be drastically changing its stripes anytime soon.
A lot has already been written on The Tatami Galaxy. 2DT entertains the notion that we’re looking at a reality unfolding in a multitude of ways. Although this is an interesting angle, I want to examine another aspect of the anime and why things always go wrong for our unnamed hero. I propose that Ozu and the unnamed hero are actually one and the same.