I have a right to know! I'm getting married in four hundred and thirty years!
Saturday, August 26
This is - for the most part - a very silly show. There is - for the most part - no overall plot to the series. It is episodic to the point of regularly having to reset reality merely to keep the cast intact. It is at least chronological, in that things that occur in one episode that are not obviously reset do affect later episodes - except when they don't - and things that clearly could not have taken place do not get retrofitted into later episodes - except when they do.
It's not for everyone, but at least watch episodes two and three, in which they introduce Mint, Vanilla, and Normad. It's also in episode three that they really start shredding science fictional tropes. You'll see what I mean.
Okay, having seen all four seasons of this one, there are some general points I can discuss without real spoilers. Though there are still (unavoidably) some spoilers, so details in the individual entry. (I think I have extended entries working here; we'll soon find out anyway.) more...
Thursday, August 24
Claims another victim.
Since the series was licensed before the fansub was completed (before it even finished airing in Japan, I think), the situation he finds himself in now is where I was this time last year.
(Also, four of the episodes were released straight to DVD and never aired. I assume they will be included in the R1 release.)
Friday, August 18
Bokusatsu Tenshi Dokuro-chan.
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