Well, Daimidaler is obviously bullshit but I can’t help but get all those nostalgic feels especially when Masaki Endoh began singing the retarded opening song. This somewhat brings back the cheesy stuff in my childhood with the bonus grope fest. Should I continue watching this?
Add that Kirino bitch and we’ll have ourselves some Oreimo. If there’s a wincest that made sense, it would be this series. Tatsuya OP as fuck! Hope they would animate the arc where he used Material Burst.
I never recognized the voices of these two until I found out in MyAnimeList. These lovebirds! D’AAAAAAAW!
Lump together a handful of aspiring female seiyuu and throw them in a setting where they each show how fucked up they can go with their acting and Akuma no Riddle lands itself in my alley!
It’s not that these chicks are total nobodies but these are the ones that gets easily overshadowed by powerhouses. To point, I rarely notice them in their roles.
Well, even if we have Sakurai and Sugita in this ship, I don’t think they will be THAT imposing to the all-girls battle royale.
In all honesty, I want this series animated. I’ve been reading the manga and found it quite interesting but truthfully, the acting sucks. Yuuki’s reactions felt forced that it pales in comparison with his mood in the manga. Dunno if I should still continue.
Like with the manga, this series starts slow. Hopefully, things get interesting especially when Murakami shows off his genius.
The first time I read Haikyuu! was when I was active in League of Legends. And my first impression on this series? PURE WIN!
I’m not really into sports anime but Haikyuu is one of those exceptions especially after how the story emphasizes individual strength then subtly relates it to the strength of the team as a whole. And if you’re someone who’s playing ranked in LoL, you may find yourself sympathizing with this manga. The amazing thing with the manga is that it exploited the characters’ strengths and weaknesses and I found myself empathizing with each of them.
For starters, Shouyu’s shortcomings, Tobio’s calculations, they may have different personalities yet they both share the drive to win and fight. And as I said, remembering the days when I played ranked, trying to reach platinum but failing every time, cursing my teammates and my own weakness, this series definitely hit home.
And as with how the manga imprinted a positive impression, so does the anime. And realizing it, I was quite surprised to find myself enjoying this episode even though I read it way back. There’s something refreshing with this episode compared to other anime adaptations that I have seen.
And that probably wraps it up. I wasn’t really planning on writing something since I just got home from another grueling overtime but after watching Haikyuu, I found myself motivated. Well, probably not motivated enough to play LoL again and challenge ranked.