Well…it’s not a full blown PV with fly Lolita outfits, flashing lights and the girls rocking it out with instruments; all the while giving looks into the camera which border on cute ‘n seductive. But it’s chock-a-block full of clips from the anime, with just enough quirkniess and cuteness to make you wanna check the anime out if you haven’t done so already.
The pitch of the singing often hits a frequency level that only canines can hear. But at least it was void of the dreaded auto-tune. And I’ll be damned if the song doesn’t make at least one person tap their feet, bop their head and go Veoh themselves a whole episode.
Sunday 17 May 2009 @ 1:15 pm | By Ivan 'Nahu' Lozano
To commemorate the 10th anniversary edition of the original Azumanga manga (oh god has it been that long?) Kiyohiko Azuma will be launching a revamped edition that will contain 3 new 16-page chapters to the series. Starting on June 11. While there’s no news on any international company picking up the rights to distribute this edition you can bet your friendly neighborhood scanlators will be there to help you out while that happens.
While this is excellent news for fans of arguably the best slice of life school comedy ever, its still doesn’t make up for what the fans really want Kiyohiko Azuma to do. Where is our Yotsubato! anime Kiyohiko? Where is it?!
Wednesday 6 May 2009 @ 6:45 pm | By Ivan 'Nahu' Lozano
You know the story, girl meets boy, boy is a drooling idiot, a total cliché and tries too hard to make her like him. In the end, against all odds, the boy gets the girl. Well that’s also what happened with K-on and me, I hated the series on the first episode, absolutely despised it. It was the anime equivalent of Taco Bell: flavorless, cheap, an unintended parody of its genre.
So how is it that after only 3 episodes I’m a true believer?
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