Wednesday, December 15, 2010

Can You Feel It?

It's my heart bell. Well sorry it's a bad joke...

But a great song lyric in the opening of the new harem Sora no Otoshimono!

This is pretty much the harem that everyone has been waiting for in my opinion. It's the only thing that really sets my mind at easy anymore. Good, crazy, sexy, uniquely funny harem. [See flying panties -->]

I don;t even have to watch a whole episode to feel better about anything.

This show has taken the limits of harem and made them awesome. That's the reason it's getting a new movie in the near future.

Lets hope it's as earth shattering as the series.

Monday, December 13, 2010

A Bird that Flew

There is an immence vastsness that can engulf us at anytime and we must be ready for it.

For that I recomend King of Bandit Jing. There is no other charming shota out there.

He's a kid, he's a theif, he kicks ass.

And he's got a mean crow.

#1 Recommended Old School anime.

Sunday, December 12, 2010

The Ninja's Who Were

Himawari! is a show about girl ninjas that has been seemingly overlooked.

There is like no fan art, doujin, video games. I did see that there was a second season, but it is strange how little fanfare there is for this charming anime.

It is more of a slice of life about ninja academy than about actual action from what I have seen.

I just started and I am about five episodes in and can't find anything wrong with the show.

It's funny, witty, insightful, and all around balanced. It's not the epitome of the ninja realm, but it has it's foot through the door. It is definitely something to check out if you like ninjas, especially cute girl ones.

Sunday, December 5, 2010


to TheKrempist's home.

The cat blinks! =^-^=
Also have a link to the anime I reviewed in class, Denno Coil!
Here is Samurai Champloo!

People love their media enough to dress up their babies in Chocobo clothes.

Cosplay is definitely a way of life for some.
Some people are even born into it. :3

Has Anime Gone too Far?

Panty & Stocking with Garderbelt by Gainax has been airing on televisions across Japan since October 1, 2010. The show mixes American style animation with Japanese for a truly unique first class visual experience, but has the show pushed the limits of sexuality on television too far?

Gainax has always loved to show a little skin, but Panty & Stocking not only show skin, but Panty, the main character, has sex every episode with random people she meets on her adventures fighting ghosts. To take things farther her partner, Stocking has a fetish for being tied up.

The premise is that they are fallen angels trapping ghosts to collect coins to get back to heaven. These spunky angels transform their underwear into weapons in pole dance transform sequence where they remove their garments.

Yes I did just say that.

Now, you may be asking, "How do they fight with underwear?" or "That's appalling!" or "*Drooool.....*," but the real issue here is weather of not the general public should be exposed to this.

Let me ask you something. Who are we to judge?

How do we define the qualifications for this role, should it be the most perverse individual or the least?

The fact is we, as humans, don't have a perfect mediator to decide and moreover cannot. Kids know what underwear is and kids know what sex is. They are no more innocent now, due to modern sitcoms and court TV, than the rest of us and if they are, they won't be. You can't keep lying to people forever. [Unless you're an evil mastermind]

I realize that this is a harsh representation of reality, so let me give you something even harsher. Another show airing in Japan right now is Seikon no Qwazar, a show about religious devout warriors, who have trained to fight by controlling chemical elements such as copper. The way they get their powers?

Fresh breast milk.

When I was growing up, it was shows that pushed the limits that I looked forward too. Dragon Ball Z had intense fighting sequences with meaning and Sailor Moon showed me that beautiful girls could protect the universe too.

I believe that the world needs to change and move forward. Keeping limits on things that have no real way to judge or reason to do so, is not progress. It hinders our perceptions and keeps those who don't have access in the dark. The only way to advance is with change. Since there is nothing that can be substantially wrong in these concepts of our physical nature as humans, there is no harm in portraying them.