“You’re the Anime Club President, right?”
Imma boop you. *boop*
The Art of the Rewatch is a thing of patience, and much more a thing where you search for reasons why this anime you watched before is worthy of being watched again.
Don’t even get me started.
I am not the first person who should be the head of any organization.
But hey, we’re watching anime and that’s what counts, right? Maybe?
Even if Mio admits her love to him, Tetsurou is in love with Kanna, who in turn is in love with Kaito, who in turn is in love with Ichika. Simple enough to digest and understand, but is it easy to resolve? Can a love polygon be solved without resorting to a strategy guide or breaking the structure? According to episode 10 of this anime… yes. Many times over, yes.
Obviously there’s spoilers for Ano Natsu de Matteru up to episode 10, so nyeh.
What would happen to me if Kyoukai no Kanata and Bakemonogatari switched places in time? Would it transform my preferences? Would I find hatred in completely different anime? Would nothing change at all?
For the chance of great anime I leapt,
And for Sturgeon’s Law I wept,
To this I pray, for the promised day,
That those with shit taste shall be swept.
I’m hooked on this manga and the anime isn’t even out yet. WHY? WHY, OF ALL TIMES?
In case you were wondering what I’ve been doing all this time. Being away from the internet is really not as bad as you think.