Minnie: I wish I wasn’t sick. I wish I didn’t have this stupid cold. I wish I could have spoken more for this episode because really, it was a fine episode to watch. I loved the tension. I loved all the thought process involved. I loved the new guy and his addition to the show. Overall, KnT hasn’t failed to let me down yet. It really is me who is letting it down by podcasting late and insufficiently… sadly enough. But I had to do with what I had so here is your failure of a podcast~
Minnie: Kimi ni Todoke Season 2 Episode 3 podcast will be out shortly. I am trying my best to catch up on lines… readings… podcasts… and writings and so far, I’ve only done 2 podcasts and 1 song. I am so behind because of my sickness. Please excuse the lateness and shortness of this podcast >< I will be more on time next week, I promise!! <3
Katt: I just woke up and clearly remembered the dream that I had. It’s a rarity for me, since I’m the type of person you’ll hear whining about how “I never remember my dreams!!” And when I do remember them, I tend to forget them within five minutes unless I repeat the events of the dream in my head until I can write them down. So today, I got on my computer right away and wrote it all down. I’ll spare you all the details as they aren’t that exciting (well, they were for me, because I remembered them!); the gist of it was…aliens. Aliens living amongst us, causing commotions on Earth all of a sudden. Incidents involving deaths, UFO crashlandings, secret police investigations into the problem–the works. I’ve…never been into the whole alien plotline. I’ve never even seen Men in Black in its entirety. But you know what I’ve been watching this season that might explain this alien dream? Level E.
TAAN: When I first heard about this back in fall, I thought it was the greatest thing ever (or at least in recent memory). And you know, after watching the first three episodes, I still have the same opinion. If you don’t know already, and for some reason couldn’t deduce from the title or this post, this is pretty much SHAFT’s take on the magical girl genre, and it’s amazing. I’d explain a bit more about that, but I’m sure wikipedia’s article on it does a much better job doing that then I could. Maybe I’ll actually blog this to completion…
Minnie: Kimi ni Todoke has proven once again that despite a second season, it doesn’t disappoint its fans one bit. Bringing both old and new fans alike, this is the shoujo to beat for 2012 so we’ll see how it fares against the other romance anime that will be coming out for the rest of the year. For the most part, Kimi ni Todoke has proven its worth both in characters and in storytelling and I’m not exaggerating at all. Let’s hope the rest of the second season can stay this solid.
Minnie: I swear that my podcast on Hourou Musuko will be out sometime this week… as early as tomorrow if I’m lucky. On the bright side, I managed to finish Beelzebub podcast quickly and early. Aren’t you guys proud of me? You don’t have to hear me whine about how I’m late in the podcast for once! On the other hand, you have to endure my voice earlier than usual. I don’t know what’s better. Anyways, please do comment on what I have to say because I think I’m sucking at this whole… shounen podcasting thing XP
Minnie: HI EVERYONE! Guess what? Our ally, the Gorgeous Geek Gang on Youtube, has passed their first two rounds of competition thanks to all the votes you guys and everyone else all over the world have given them. We are truly blessed by the support everyone has given our allies in this competition. They plow through two rounds despite the tight competition. This is Round 3 and more than ever, we need your help and support and most of all, VOTES!
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