Monthly Archives: February 2013

OreShura (TV) – Episode 2

ImageIt’s been a month since I last watched an episode of OreShura, but it feels like I forgot absolutely nothing about this comedy. Indeed, there is almost nothing to forget here. Not in a bad sense – no, it’s a good anime to relax once a week.
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Zetsuen no Tempest (TV) – Episode 17

ImageWhile some people try their best to save the world, others try to profit from what they get – even if it’s the destruction the world. Some characters of Zetsuen no Tempest really give off the atmosphere of such people.
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Zetsuen no Tempest (TV) – Episode 16

ImageI wonder if the similarity of Zetsuen no Tempest to Shakespeare’s works is due to the anime being intentionally based on them, or perhaps there is a deeper connection to The Tempest and Hamlet within the story itself? If that is the case, the anime is doing a great job at creating mysteries around every corner!
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Zetsuen no Tempest (TV) – Episode 15

ImageBack to the very slow progress of story. I would have felt bored after watching this episode, if not for a simple sentence right at the end, that enhance all my previous theories and put everything back into place. However, I’ll talk about that later.
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Zetsuen no Tempest (TV) – Episode 14

ImageTree of Genesis really is something. Since it appeared about a month ago, it has practically restored logic into the human world. It now grows inside big cities, punishing even the smallest crimes – illogical actions that people tend to make. However, in this new world, a few inconsistencies still remain.
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Zetsuen no Tempest (TV) – Episode 13

ImageUgh. A recap episode… At least half of it was. Actually, what a smart technique to make people watch the recap! 13 minutes of repetition with some new scenes, and then tell the continuation to the story. It worked on me – I enjoyed it more than the average episode of this type.
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