|Spanish Guitars. Now.|
So... the hundredth post. I should probably make something special this time.
But I wont't.
That's how Hazard rolls.
|The Pictures have a cleverly hidden message in them|
Okay, so you want to use pink-haired girl, though I apparently find every other girl more interesting? Fine.
But she cuts her hair!
That’s a crime. What’s with that stupid trope? Don’t you know how painful it is to see a girl’s long hair cut short?
Long hair > Short hair
Hot girls. Naked girls. International girls.
International, hot, naked girls.
Also, human experimentation.
I’m okay with this. Not going to review it, but I’m okay with it.
Phi-Brain: Kami no Puzzle
|Invisible Pockets are not your friends|
On its third season already. Entertaining as it is I don’t want to dive into a show that’s so advance already.
Nice little twist introduced this season though
Gundam Build Fighters
…. Yeah you guys know what I think of this one.
So if you paid really close attention you will notice something about all the pictures on this post.
Yep, Samurai Flamenco is going to fill one of the slots.
Goto is an ordinary policeman who goes about his daily life. This all changes when he meets a naked guy on the streets. Not realizing all naked people are actually superheroes, he accidentally burns his clothes. A series of subsequent events, leads him to naked guy’s home who is actually…
|This is not Awkward at all|
Hazama, a male model with a strong sense of justice. Using his incredible resources he had a super hero costume made. When the night comes, he becomes Samurai Flamenco! Enemy of Jaywalkers everywhere.
They fight Crime?
Problem being, this guy has no powers, and isn’t even that good at fighting. But really, what’s fighting got to do with justice? Who cares if he gets beaten up by teenagers? Or drunks?
A true hero never gives up!
‘sides he’s got Goto to help him out of trouble.
|Real Heroes Never Stop wanting to be One|
An interesting start. It’s not the best anime of this season.
Actually, it’s not in my top three so far.
But there’s something here. The little speeches Hazama makes. There’s something to them. The way he cares about things that most people would easily dismiss that, nevertheless, do reflect something bigger. This is nicely contrasted by Goto's more realistic views. The interaction between the two can potentially be very good.
I want to like that; so I am liking it.
I am curious to see how this develops.