a post that has nothing to do Code Geass however,
I’ve been trying to think of what I should write about because it looks like my blog is slowly dying. I told myself “OH NOES! Views going down. Writer’s block bad. Do something!” So I watched some anime.
I finally caught up. Ever since the Tieria in dress episode came out, I’ve been dying for time to catch up to Gundam 00. Now I’m all hyped because the idea of Tieria in dress led to the idea of Kamiya in a dress. Why not? I mean. A bunch of male seiyuus already crossdressed right? Man, I’m sick.
Though, I wished they let Kamiya voice female Tieria.
Hana Kimi (Japanese Drama)
I made myself watch this after a friend informed me that Mizuki’s actress was the one who did Nobuta in Nobuta wo Produce. I don’t watch dramas often. Unless I hear it’s really awesome, I won’t watch it. Actually, I started the drama a year ago but I never had the time to continue it. I’m at episode eleven now. I can’t bring myself to watch the two last episodes because Nakatsu confessed at the end of episode ten. It saddens me. Anyways, you can probably tell but, I really enjoyed the drama. I was less judgemental about it because I forgot most of the manga while I watch the drama. I absolutely loved Sano’s transition to cold bastard to socially awkward and reserved. He’s so cute. And Nakatsu just makes me laugh. Especially when he’s thinking to himself and doing weird hand gestures. Oh and there’s sensei too! I love him. He’s too cool. He’s background story is different from in the manga (I can’t forget his lover from the manga) but he’s still great. I love the interaction between him and the photographer woman. What’s her name? Anyways.
Well this is something I daresay I missed from the manga. Aaah ~
Tales of the Abyss
I’m obsessing a little over Bump of Chicken and listening to Karma (Tales of Abyss OP) so much forced me into catching up with the anime. I’ve been hearing all sorts of hate against Luke because he was being a selfish, childish all-around bastard but … I didn’t really get that. I couldn’t make myself hate him. Well, I knew before watching that Luke was Asche’s clone. So, that meant he was born only six-seven years ago right? It’s nothing suprising for someone that age to act selfish and immature. Or to want attention, to understand what no ones explaining him, to want to be listened to and to be acknowledged. Maybe I’m saying this because I’m still a child myself … pretty much but I can relate to Luke. I’ll admit, by episode 6-7, he pissed me off but he realized himself the episode after. Or was it in episode 9 that he cut his hair? Whatever. Episode 10 had me fangirling a bunch though. Luke became really really cute all of a sudden. At least they’re making him more understandable .. no matter, I loved him all the way.
And that’s it. I plan on marathoning the rest of the anime I’ve been wanting to watch after this post for the hell of having content to post on here. Please don’t let my blog die. -sobs-