usually slice of life shows’ ending are more unsettling – but this felt like an actual ending so it was not as bad. apparently the anime caught up to the manga too.
there are rumblings of a season 3… but i don’t feel like looking for the official news.
got to catch up with made in abyss (episodes 12 and 13), isekai shokudo (11-13), katsugeki touekn ranbu (on episode 2 oops) and fate/aprocypha (on episode 2 oops oops), jigoku shoujo S4 (recap episodes). and finish off welcome to the ballroom… but i gotta hit up the PS4 now
all these shows about creating makes me want to create something. probably a story and/or music.
goal: write the concept / story for a RPG with heavy focus on existentliaism, MBTI, enneagram.
the end to another lovely show.
this show is special. PA works really puts out shows that fills a void in the anime world.
per the sub group, we have caught up to the manga. uh oh? (is this the last episode?)
… but… more nennechi please!
ah the – almost end of the season – blues
part of me wants to live in a quaint town like this.
ririko is a dorakue fan. … or this is just common knowledge for all japanese people… right? … right?
i guess they had to put it in, since this is sakura quest after all…
i secretly (or is it non-secretly) want to be told this
…. long live mio (k-on)
secretly (or non-secretly) i want people to tell me this.
… long live mio (this may be the k-on reference that will go down in history)
this is a strong show. it’s so nice to see a great slice of life that does not take place in school.
the moments are subtle, but strong.
wow that chill.
animated food… hungry again.