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Sunday, April 26, 2009

Hatsukoi Limited

Story Plot:

Plot Summary: A series of short stories depicting the complicated love lives of eight middle school and high school girls, their classmates and relatives. These stories later intertwine to form a main story involving most of the cast.

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Opening Theme:
"Cagayake! GIRLS" by Aki Toyosaki with Yoko Hikasa, Satomi Satou and Minako Kotobuki
Ending Theme:
"Don't say ''lazy''" by Yoko Hikasa with Aki Toyosaki, Satomi Satou and Minako Kotobuki
Story Review:

Plot Summary: It's Yui Hirasawa's first year in high school, and she's eagerly searching for a club to join. At the same time, Ritsu Tainaka, a drummer, and her friend Mio Akiyama, a bass player, are desperately trying to save the school's light music club, which is about to be disbanded due to lack of members. They manage to recruit Tsumugi Kotobuki to play the keyboard, meaning they only need one more member to get the club running again. Yui joins, thinking it will be an easy experience for her to play the castanets, the only instrument she knows. However, the other members think their new addition is actually a guitar prodigy...

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Wednesday, April 08, 2009


Share The World by ANDREW

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Friday, March 27, 2009

Toradora ENDS

Toradora ended with episodes 25. Begins with Ryuuji and Taiga at Ryuuji's grandparents house, and tricked Yasuko to reunion with them. After getting back to their home, Taiga didn't turn out for dinner and left. At school later, she was said to be transferred and everyone missed her... More? U will have to see the ending yourself! @ read more...

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Thursday, March 26, 2009

To Aru Majutsu no Index ENDS

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By alvin1a1

An onscreen image at the end of the final episode of the To Aru Majutsu no Index anime on Thursday has confirmed that the anime adaptation of To Aru Kagaku no Railgun has been green-lit.

To Aru Majutsu no Index (TV)

In a world where science clarifies supernatural powers. In a huge college that has power development in its curriculum. To a resident high school student, Kamijou Touma, a pure white sister appears. She calls herself "Index" and says that sorcerers are chasing her. Thus, Kamijou Touma enters the world of the occult.

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Wednesday, March 25, 2009

Blood: The Last Vampire Movie

In May 2006, Bill Kong, producer of Crouching Tiger, Hidden Dragon and Hero, announced that he was producing a live-action film adaptation of Blood: The Last Vampire, directed by Ronny Yu, and, like the source anime film, primarily filmed in English rather than Japanese. The film's setting, however, will be shifted to 1948 at a United States Army camp in Tokyo, shortly after the conclusion of World War II during the American occupation of Japan. Early reports indicate that the film's plot will feature Saya as a 400-year-old half human-half vampire who hunts full blooded vampires, both to rid the world of them and as they are her only source for food. Normally a loner, Saya forms a friendship with a young girl while preparing to battle Onigen, the highest ranking of the vampires.

Kong and Yu originally planned to finance the project themselves, but in November 2006, Production I.G officially consented to the film and began offering financial support. Through ties to Manga Entertainment, French Pathe became the film's production company. Yu was retained as its producer, but Chris Nahon took over as the film's director. Korean actress Jun Ji-Hyun, who changed her name to Gianna Jun for the release, is portraying Saya. Rather than being paid a straight license, Production I.G will receive a percentage of all revenues generated by the film.

Originally slated to be released worldwide in spring 2008, the film is now scheduled to premiere in Japan on May 29, 2009 where it will be titled Last Blood. Releases will follow in the United Kingdom and France in June. Though Universal Pictures reportedly has acquired the rights for a American release, there is currently no confirmed release date set.

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Monday, March 16, 2009

One Piece Unlimited Cruise 02

One Piece Unlimited Cruise 02
All six character, Luffy, Sanji, Nami, Chopper, Franky and Usopp

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One Piece: The Eleven Supernovae

The Eleven Supernovae (十一人の超新星, Juichinin no Choushinsei) is a term designated by Oda referring to the top eleven rookie Pirates who arrived in the Sabaody Archipelago. They are all renowned pirates whose individual bounties are greater than Image:Bsymbol.gif 100,000,000. Nearly all of the Supernova except Zoro (and possibly Killer and Urouge) are confirmed Devil Fruit users, and only two (Zoro and Killer) don't serve as captains of Pirate ships. According to Shakuyaku, one of the Supernovae could potentially be responsible for inspiring a whole new generation of pirates. With the exception of the Straw Hat Pirates, most Supernovas try to avoid the paths of the Tenryuubito.

See their full profile below:

* Eustass Kid: From South Blue, Captain of the Kid Pirates.
* Monkey D. Luffy: From East Blue, Captain of the Straw Hat Pirates.
* Basil Hawkins: From North Blue, Captain of the Hawkins Pirates.
* X. Drake: From North Blue, Captain of the Drake Pirates, former Marine Rear Admiral.
* Trafalgar Law: From North Blue, Captain of the Heart Pirates.
* Scratchmen Apoo: From Grand Line, Captain of the On Air Pirates.
* Killer: From South Blue, Fighter of the Kid Pirates. 162,000,000
* Jewelry Bonney: From South Blue, Captain of the Bonney Pirates.
* Capone Bege: From West Blue, Captain of the Firetank Pirates.
* Roronoa Zoro: From East Blue, Swordsman and First Mate of the Straw Hat Pirates, former Bounty Hunter.
* Urouge: From Sky Island, Captain of the Fallen Monk Pirates.

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Great News!

I am changing to, and blogspot will be a truly for blogging only, no anime.. However, it still take time. Please wait patiently guys!

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Wednesday, March 11, 2009

Hamasaki Ayumi - Rule / Sparkle [45th Single]

Hamasaki Ayumi’s 45th single, entitled Rule / Sparkle, was released on 02.25.09. Rule was used as the theme song for DRAGONBALL Evolution, a live action movie adaptation of the popular manga and anime series while Sparkle was used as the CM song for Honda ZEST SPARK.

Rule is a fantastic rock song that allows the listener to really enter another world. The song begins with a rock instrumental that immediately catches the listener’s attention as there is a certain darkness to it that stands out. She then comes crashing in with the chorus and she delivers some powerful vocals to match the strong instrumental. Ayu shows a very cool confidence on the verses and that really is communicated to the listener, further establishing a clear atmosphere. On the last line of the verse, there is a slight instrumental change and although not very big, it makes a difference and sounds amazing. The hook features a much lighter sound and more delicate vocals from Ayu before re-introducing the chorus with a bang, both instrumentally and vocally as Ayu holds that last note wonderfully. Following the second chorus is the pure instrumental section and here, the listener can really pick up on the clear dance beats of the song. At the end of the song, Ayu shows off those great vocals as she belts out one strong note. It doesn’t last very long but there’s something entrancing about it. Rule is the perfect continuation of a long line of addictive Ayu rock songs so it’s choice to be the leading A-side is no surprise.

Sparkle is a wonderful contrast to Rule as it explores a more techno and trance sounding instrumentation, letting Ayu explore some new sounds. That opening sound is so strange but it really does introduce the general atmosphere of the song well. Then the dark trance instrumentation comes in and Ayu comes through with the first verse. Her vocals are so cool and sleek here that the listener can’ t help but fall in love with them. The chorus is absolutely addictive as Ayu steps up a little vocally and that final “no no no” will definitely linger on the listener’s mind. One noteable hing about this song is that the lyrics are quite sexually charged and have even been described as “ero” by some. It’s always nice to see Ayu change up lyrical themes and she managed to do that while still keeping that Ayu touch. Sparkle is definitely an interesting song as Ayu tries out something new and finds success.

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