so the manager for Arcareafact name is Victorious and she's the true Queen of Darkness nut the biggest reveal is Aion is Ailane's older brother and got backstory for them. Both are from a rich family and Aion was expected to be the next head but couldn't handle the pressure and used music to escape. However this caused him to be kicked out of the family and Ailane to take his position which she resents him for but she learned to love music from him. It was great those two made up with each other.
With an alliance with Dagger, now all three of BRR bands and Grateful King are preparing to fight Victorious while Tsurezure found what they were looking for
have to say Ailane can be pretty moe, wish I took more screen caps Taka, possible moe of the week shot?
Caught up to Episode 11: We got to learn more about Aliane and Aion in a good way and then learn of when the big attack happens. One episode later, we get Victorious' backstory, which I agree was clichéd, but it was how she turned evil. Loved how the big concert starts with the Pyuru Planet King getting his ears cleaned. XD
Current Situation: Please don't look her name up. I beg you, seriously.
Interesting how all the bands are going to write a song together, despite them having wildly different styles(Crimson is rock, Criti and Plasma are more pop rock, etc). I'm interested to see what that mech is going to do in the final episode.
the song everyone wrote together was okay but the president of BRR records stole the scene with his final attack and everyone thinking he was dead, saying nice things about him, only to go back to not caring once they learn he's alive
Victorius finally remembers the importance of music
Some people in Japan know August 2 as Underwear Day. The number eight may be pronounced "pahn" in Japanese, and the number two may be pronounced "tsu." One word for "underpants" in Japanese is "pantsu" (pants). Thus, the second day of the eighth month of the year is known as a day to celebrate lower undergarments. Some women also secretly give underwear to their favorite men on August 2.
Naturally, Japan celebrated the occasion again this year with special Twitter posts. Pants Day became a trending topic on Twitter. Here are some pants posts from members of Japan's anime and manga industry:
Taka: Virtual anime conventions - this year has been taking twists and turns. People are making adjustments. I think I spend over 100 dollars every time I go to Anime Expo each year (counting in total of badge cost, food, transportation, and merchandise).
Jul 2, 2020 2:14:05 GMT
Taka: I'll be saving money. Though, the pandemic has caused a lot of folks to have reduced hours, took time off, or laid off. Most folks' disposable income is a bit tight.
Jul 2, 2020 2:15:07 GMT
Dream: Done with TTM. See if I can get a review for it up sometime tonight.
Jul 2, 2020 20:46:41 GMT
almatorran: Good day everyone!
Jul 4, 2020 13:15:43 GMT
Taka: Happy 4th of July to those who live in the states!
Jul 4, 2020 18:24:21 GMT
Dream: With Appare Ranman resuming in a few weeks, guess I'll cream through whatever episodes were released before its delay to see if I'll stick with the remaining ones this season.
Jul 6, 2020 21:05:53 GMT
El_Directo: I'm just gon say this here. Anyone who hasn't seen god of highschool episode 1 should go check it out now! it fudging hype af!!! This is the era of webtoon/manhwas to make their name and shine.
Jul 6, 2020 22:11:05 GMT
Sona😈𝕿𝖍𝖊𝖂𝖎𝖈𝖐𝖊𝖉𝕺𝖓𝖊: Who plays trivia murder party around here?
Jul 7, 2020 11:58:30 GMT
Taka: So Tenchi Geminar has a school full of mostly girls just like Infinite Stratos and many harem shows.
Jul 8, 2020 6:50:40 GMT
Dream: Yeah. After Tenchi Muyo, Masaki Kajishima dabbled into several other harem titles, some of which not being based in the Tenchi timeline, which all have the same resolution of where the male lead "has them all." But they aren't really as popular.
Jul 8, 2020 14:20:06 GMT
Taka: I need to finish Geminar and GXP. Just cancel FUNimation which leaves me until July 23rd unless there are at least 3 shows that catch my eye from this season.
Jul 9, 2020 3:27:17 GMT
Dream: Believe GXP was pulled from Funi's streaming site last year because their digital rights to the series expired. But you should still be able to stream War on Geminar on their site.
Jul 9, 2020 13:36:38 GMT
Taka: Darn, for some reason I thought it was still there. I finished Geminar. Well, I guess I proceed and watch the rest of those OVAs on CR.
Jul 10, 2020 1:37:08 GMT
Taka: I think I can write a review on Geminar. I wished I made a discussion thread and kept notes on it. I tend to forget small details and make mistakes when interpreting character actions.
Jul 12, 2020 17:34:16 GMT