you're welcome, nice to see your watchlist more possible picks than previouslyMasich said:Ooooh Early shopping list! Thank you Ryu
really 51?! also annoying yells, I'll better wait to read what others post about...gdpetti said:Black Clover is over 50eps? How is that one going? Any good?
Yep, Mahou Tsukai is simply the Left-over (it's 24 episodes total, 6 have aired so far)gdpetti said:Mahou Tsukai no yome is a second cour, right? so a continuation...
Overlord 2? never heard of #1, how is it? no synopsis given...
Dagashi Kashi... another second season... how is the first one?
as TezukaPro (Atom, Black Jack) animates S2 might be more plot than ecchi ¬¬Masich said:Dagashi Kashi, Let's say its an anime that gives more information about Candy and Misunderstandings compared to actually having a plot.
Marchen Madchen is a teen girl introduced to magical academy storyline... first ep is ok.PopTeamEpic: is a 4koma absurd comedy manga series by the doujin artist bkub[...] ... The series follows the bizarre adventures of the 14-year-old highschoolers Popuko and Pipimi, and features absurd comedy and heavy meta jokes on the manga and anime industry.
Mitsuboshi Colors is about 3 little girls... SoL... a little too young comedy stuff for my taste, but it seems done well enough..... the review is correct, but she was a mother of little kids... and I'm not.Marchen Madchen (Fairy Tale Girls):Plot Concept: When the two girls meet, magic begins. Hazuki Kagimura loves stories, an orthodox girl who is overly imaginative. Because her relationship with her new family does not go well, the environment sends her toward the stories in which she spends her days. One day after school, Hazuki gets lost among the bookcases of the library, leading her to a mysterious school where meets Shizuka Tsuchimikado. It is a magic school where girls (called “mädchen”) are selected by the magical texts from which the world’s stories are born. Hazuki herself is said to be chosen by the book of Cinderella. In order to become a true magician, Hazuki becomes friends with Shizuka and begins her new life at the school.
I was checking out the esoteric references in the latest Justin Timberlake video, the usual Satanic stuff which shows up everywhere because our our situation here in Purgatory (Earth as Eden after the Fall).... but the 'dark side' is used by the 'light side' as a reflection to 'know thyself',.... thus their role like the quote from Faust's Mephistopheles character about 'wanting to do evil, but doing good'.... for others.. as they setup the obstacle course in self conscious awareness here in Purgatory... without knowing it... thus the adage, 'They know not what they do'... it's interesting to see this in that anime.. the MC represents this symbolism... I didn't remember the symoblic use of the name when watching it... but it's pretty basic, whether you know the name or not, but it is a big deal in the Satantic circles.... they love to play with the names, numbers etc... a distraction game for them, same as they then use against us... 'divide and conquer', distract and destroy etc.. basic use of propaganda.“Believing Venus to be two bodies, the Ancient Greeks called the morning star Φωσφόρος, Phosphoros(Latinized Phosphorus), the “Bringer of Light” or Ἐωσφόρος, Eosphoros (Latinized Eosphorus), the “Bringer of Dawn”. The evening star they called Hesperos (Latinized Hesperus) (Ἓσπερος, the “star of the evening”). By Hellenistic times, the ancient Hesperos would be translated into Latin as Vesper and Phosphoros as Lucifer (“Light Bearer”), a poetic term later used to refer to the fallen angel cast out of heaven.
– William Sherwood Fox, The Mythology of All Races: Greek and Roman
To most people, the Los Angeles Public Library is nothing more than a functional building, which happens to be beautifully ornamented. When one understands the occult symbolism displayed around the complex, the Library turns into a temple of illumination, dedicated to occult mysteries and Masonic principles. It is a celebration of the accomplishments of the Luciferian elite and of the prevailing of its occult philosophy. The fact that the library is dedicated to secret societies, despite the fact that the LAPL is publicly funded, tells volumes about the true nature of America’s power.
After reading this article, some might ask: “If seeking knowledge is a Luciferian trait, and if Lucifer is traditionally associated with evil, does it mean that seeking knowledge is wrong?”. Heck no. Seeking knowledge will never be wrong and being ignorant will never be right. Knowledge leads to wisdom and discernment while ignorance leads to confusion and bewilderment. Furthermore, it is only by fully understanding the forces at work in the world that one becomes in a position to truly accomplish good in society. Conversely, an ignorant person can easily be manipulated by deceivers to become their unknowing accomplices. No matter what term is used to describe the search for Truth, it will always be the noblest of deeds, regardless of one’s creed or religion. The faculties of learning and understanding are not the exclusivity of one group of people. They are gifts endowed to all humans and it is our duty to make the most of them. The most important thing to consider is this: Do you use knowledge to guide, inspire and enlighten or do you use it to control, manipulate and deceive? We have seen in previous articles how the elite uses their knowledge to manipulate the masses. What will you do with yours?
dropped it and BlaClo too, what Winter shows you'll keep watching? definitely:gdpetti said:PopTeam Epic wasn't funny at all... dropped. It's like they aren't even trying and they make fun of it themself... like someone gave the money to piss away... <_<
you don't look so convinced :/ still, after i try Spring series I'll reconsider it likegdpetti said:Well, Grancrest War is turning out alright now... slowed down, filling out the characters a bit more... but it still needs to fill in the whole world setup better... and it's bound to get ridiculous IMO once the 'demons/vampires' or whatever come in to play full time, but as of now, it's alright.. some stupid aspects to the romance but this isn't seinen, so that's expected, right? Isn't that the usual problem with these projects for the under 14 or so demographic? Everything I've seen has this same problem. Are they all written by a certain type of writers or what? I originally said guys, but then I remembered Harry Potter with the same problems in development of the 'love' relationships, very underdeveloped those were and this seems basic to the kid genres... Oh well. The writer of GS should still be developing the characters better than this... it's better, but the worldsetup was never really done, so everything seems unfinished or whatever... like a drawing that hasn't been filled in or painted yet... and there's some good characters here.... I think perhaps too many characters, which require a broader brush and time to flesh them out...
if you say so lately, I won't bother giving them another chance while I stick to:gdpetti said:I wouldn't recommend Granndcrest... it's a collection of tropes... the writing is getting better as it slows down, but the backstory isn't given much and there's all the other tropes to return soon... it's interesting to watch from a technical aspect of the writing, but not worth it otherwise... I'm just interested in seeing the writing/directing in progress... etc.
Watching another trope filled girl thing... Toji no Miko... nothing special in it.. and it seems it was greenlit for a complete 24 ep season from the start... it's ok, that's all....
Others like the little girl thing Mitsuboshi Colors, I'm watching... it's ok... for parents as well... basic.. never watched a complete cour on one like this before... and it's almost over.... it really is for little kids, but the adults in it are actually written well... interesting from that standpoint.
Marchen Madchen is tropey as well.... nothing special in it.... seems the writer of the manga died... so don't expect more eps i guess. :blink:
Are them worth enough lately, or Toji? the others I still see since first seasons:gdpetti said:when there's a magical aspect to a show, I tend to gravitate towards it, at least for a while.. depending upon whether the story is any good or not, such as Marchen Madchen.. basic high school girl thing... but I'm always looking to see if anything new, different, etc shows up...nothing yet... rather basic.
Record of Grancrest War is as the comments say, 'rushed'..... it's ok, but the plotline is really being pushed fast instead of 'milking' it.... those that read the source material said so and you can tell... .it's still ok, but it's hard to get into it when they are pushing it so fast.