Daily Archives: January 24, 2016

Kagaku na Yatsura

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I don’t even know where to begin with this one. It’s a one shot OVA of about 22 minutes or so. Known as a “science trouble” romantic comedy. This came with one of the volume’s of the manga.

You get a very brief introduction to the situation when it jumps right into a scene with Komaba Haruki and his female friends. You have a cyborg named Airi and a half dog girl named Ayana, assuming they are this way due to experiments they’ve done on themselves since Ayana kind of hints at it. Right away you notice some BIG differences in the two but both are after Komaba in their own way.¬†Ayana is a very very very well developed girl who is sweet to a fault. So sweet that she doesn’t even realize that she should be on the offensive when it comes to Komaba, sometimes she even roots for Airi. Airi is very tsundere-y and much more direct to a degree. You can at least tell she is after Komaba where with Ayana it’s not always so obvious. But there is another player in this, Ayana’s sister who is also as developed as Ayana, if not more. She stands up for Ayana’s side of this love triangle and tries to get her to realize she needs to be more forceful. Continue reading

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Dragonar Academy (Seikoku no Doraguna)

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Dragonar Academy was recently dubbed and I decided to check it out. I never watched it the first time around so this was a new one for me.

It takes place in a land of dragons and breeders. The breeders are chosen by the mother dragon. The mother dragon chooses who she deems worthy and brands them with a mark known as a Seikoku (star brand). These star brands would be like a normal sized tattoo these days but Ash is branded with a massive full sleeve like brand. Over time the dragons will manifest to their breeders. The issue for Ash is that his has not appeared yet while everyone else at the academy has their dragon. This makes Ash “The Problem Child”, he can control other dragons but doesn’t have one of his own. Continue reading

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