Name a series with “omg drama” and you might be referring to an anime that’s written by Mari Okada. She a writer with a penchant for spilling a character’s emotions out into the open in the most intricate, abstract, and convoluted ways possible. She is as much lauded as she is vilified for making this her defining style.
When a contractor forcibly extracts her observer spirit, Yin finds herself blinded and of no use to the Syndicate. Asleep in her aimlessness and wandering, she awakens long-lost memories of her childhood and aspirations from before she turned into a doll.
holy shit, gums? in my animu?
A middle school girl, Nakamura, is waiting for Kasuga in an empty library. A day before, she had pushed him into his crush’s bosom and demanded that he write an essay describing how the experience felt.
+1 for frogface.
Ever been so angry at a premiere that you laugh derisively at it? As much as it has garnered controversy over the past few hours, the first episode of Aku no Hana has nevertheless opened up some interesting points to think about as the series goes on. In other words, this is my take on episode 1 and my interpretation of events.