This is review number one hundred and twenty four. It’s part of the Fall 2012 lineup and the first review of the year. This is the second season of Medaka Box and its twelve episodes long. I enjoyed the first season a lot and I am so excited to see this new one. More Medaka and Shiranui can’t be bad for you. My review of the first one was my 42nd review and I can’t believe I’ve reached this far. Anyways, let’s read on.
Hello there. This is review forty two. I’ll be reviewing the last anime of the Spring line up so far. I’ll be closing the Winter lineup now because all the anime in that season is now over. The anime now is Medaka Box. An anime that was adapted from a manga by Nisio Isin. He is the creator of Bakemonogatari and Katanagari. Those are two very unique anime. Is Medaka Box unique too?
It’s twelve episodes and well, this was personally a great surprise for me. Let’s read on.
Hello there. This is the pant-less anime blogger doing my first review in my brand new wordpress blog. You can smell the new blog aroma, it smells like pine trees. It’s very nice. This is number one of my ridiculous goal of a thousand reviews and I am now taking a more serious approach to them. I used to do them half assed since I knew no one would read them but here I am now, completely pant-less, hoping to give you a satisfying review.
I’d start this blog with an anime I recently finished. It’s an anime titled “Nisemonogatari”. I was tremendously intrigued by its predecessor, Bakemonogatari. Its approach to anime was a bit skewered and twisted but its plot remains highly thought out and paced well. Few anime can peak your curiosity and then completely blow you away like Bakemonogatari. So going back to watching the life of Koyomi Araragi and his attempt to help troubled girls was something I was excited about.
Alright, let’s get down to it. Nisemonogatari is an eleven episode anime that is the direct sequel to Bakemonogatari.