Suggested Reading January 29th-February 4th

Plenty of interesting things to discuss this week! Also, no more snow!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

Fractle

2D-Telescope talks about the cultural issue in Japan which Fractle is addressing.

Gosick

Yi points out the wasted potential present in Gosick, and makes me long for an Dectective Fiction anime.

Kimi Ni Todoke

Hinano never fails to make me laugh. And address exactly how I feel about this show.

Mahou Shoujo Madoka Magica

Just As Planned talks about how Kyubei gives him the creeps, with the aid of picture illustrations.

Other Anime

Animeyume gives us some anime related puzzles. I bet Professor Layton wishes he was here.

Ogiue Maniax talks about the magical girl show Ojamajo Doremi. I’d like to watch it someday.

Apparently, High School of the Dead is showing on Hulu. Of all the shows that could be on there…why HSoD? You know, between stunts like this, and Naruto, that’s why people don’t take anime seriously.

I had never heard of Break Blade before Scamp talked about it. Maybe someday I’ll check it out.

Games

JAST is bringing over the non-ero version of  Aselia the Eternal to try to reach a wider audience. I approve. I might buy the game instead of pirating it. I don’t know about JAST on Steam though…do I really want my friends to see me playing Bible Black?

Other

Study in Japan says pirating anime helps the anime industry. Does that work for the game industry too? Maybe I should pirate Aselia the Eternal after all…

Listless Ink, Kitsune’s Thoughts, and Ruby at Chocolate Syrupy Waffles say Happy Chinese New Year!

4 Comments

Filed under Fractale, Gosick, Kimi ni Todoke, Mahou Shoujo Madoka Magica, Suggested Reading

4 responses to “Suggested Reading January 29th-February 4th

  1. No more snow? Lucky you. It’s snowing here in Toledo AGAIN.

  2. moichispa

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