First episode review
Urara Meirochou is a show about girls or rather a city where girls come to train as fortune tellers.
Our MC, a lively character type, lived in a wild for god knows how long, she got an invitation to train as Urara (fortune teller) but mainly came to the city to find her mother.
Story almost worth a disney's sign of approval.
With her comes forced and stupid fanservice.
To invoke a pheromone inducing scene she somehow somewhere learned that to apologize she has to show her belly
Side note: Stomach area in japan is all the way to under-nipple area
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The latest child of the Semi;Colon family brings cults, magic and what not into the mostly sci-fi house.
Now how is the Semi;Colon family living...
Everyone goes to school, Stein-kun is the most popular and educated student, Chaos-senpai will soon graduate, Robotics-san tries her best to have better grades while Occultic keeps meeting with his friend A1Pics who manipulates him into doing no good, doesn't respect his teachers, paints grafitti (the bad looking ones, not the masterpieces) and also is hyperactive.
Everytime Occultic talks to you, your head starts... See full review
Time Travel Grill Girl
TTG is about a high-school girl (who else in this era) which lives with her mother in a pastry shop whilst her dad on a work or journey or something. Later on when her friend comes over in search of knowledge about cakes, her necklace which was given to her by her dad, starts to shine and she gets teleported into the past.
So far the idea was normal, and would stay normal if the MC would move into an old pastry shop to learn the ancient dough reciepe and eventually make an ultimate cake with her friend...
But no... oh boy how we were wrong...
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Story begins quite decently. Drunk accidentaly wanders off to the graveyard where he witnesses someone digging up a corpse and then misteriously making all graves fall like dominos.
Then we meet MC who's grandfather was on that graveyard as he learns from a policeman that his remains were stolen and that his unknown sister was here before him.
He goes to the ruined cemetery only to find out that someone is digging the graves again.
He tried to get the evidence of the gravedigger but was found. He ran like hell but the mysterious girl cought up to him and smacked him with the... See full review
In my review I will be comparing Yozakura Quartet: Hana no Uta and it's predeccesor Yozakura Quartet. At first I thought HnU was a continuation yet it was a reboot... kind of. The first that put me off of HnU was the moeization of characters. I need to say that I was literally scared of watching it because I would lost hope in Japan for making these... monsters. Not seeing the great not so quality rich DRRR-ish style animation was frightening but with different style animation came quality. I must say HnU is very well animated even though it doesn't seem as serious from first look as previous... See full review