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Aquagaze's Summer 2012 Anime Preview

While I most certainly have more important things to worry about then about the summer season of anime - which is still more than a month away - I still feel obliged to write up an extremely biased preview, based on the charts that get re...

 
 
 
 

A Look Back On 2011

The image of December that has been bred into our very flesh and bones by the efforts of every possible peer one could possibly be pressured by is a highly dubious one. Whether you are the smart boy or girl your parents have been trying to ...

 
 
 

First Impressions: Tamayura ~ hitotose~

Say cheese~! Slice-of-life anime with 24 episodes are a dangerous thing. Most shows in the genre already struggle with holding up the audience’s attention for one seasonal run, so if a production company decides to go for a full two-co...

 
 
 
 
 

Summer 2011 Anime Guide (Part 2)

Part two, here we go!Kami-sama no Memochou/God’s Memo PadJ.C. StaffCast: Yui Ogura, Yoshitsugu Matsuoka, Ai Kayano (Menma in AhoHana)Notable staff: Taku Iwasaki, composer of Tengen Toppa Gurren Lagann (music), Mel Kishida, original charac...

 
 
 

Summer 2011 Anime Guide (Part 1)

The summer season is often associated with subpar anime; one-cour stuffing made by lesser studios, but this summer season is one hell of an exception. I found at least 8 shows I’m interested in and of course, I’m obliged to tell you wha...

 
 
 
 

Aquagaze's Anime Weekend: The Emo Album

Don't be distracted by the A-Channel header, Steins;Gate is the best comedy of the season. Ignoring the question whether or not this is intentional, the larger-than-life antics of Okarin and his colleagues easily outshine the actual comedie...

 
 
 
 

Aquagaze's Anime Weekend: Second Episode Syndrome

The second episode of a new anime seems in many cases to be the hardest. Similar to how hotshot artists need to justify their often critically-acclaimed debut with a sophomore effort, it’s here that the writers must prove that the first e...

 
 
 
 

Radiohead's 'Ok Computer' is about Madoka Magica

Thom Yorke is a time traveller. In 1996, he travelled to 2011, watched Puella Magi Madoka Magica and wrote an album about it. That album became Radiohead’s magnum opus: OK Computer.AirbagIn a fast German car,I’m amazed that I survived,a...

 
 
 
 

Poll: Aquagaze's Anime Weekend Spring Season

Kyubey orders you to vote.Aquagaze's Anime Weekend has been around for a whole year (!) now and I think people won't call me pretentious anymore if I ask you guys, my readers (at least, that's what I hope) Which shows you would like to see ...

 
 
 

Aquagaze's Anime Weekend: Episode 29: Erraticism

Well, I shouldn't tell you this episode 'will be a bit shorter than usual'. In stead of making some insensitive joke about 'the damage not being as bad as expected', I will just have to say that I was pleasantly surprised to see the noitami...

 
 
 

Aquagaze's Anime Weekend: Episode 28: On A Roll

Geez, that seemed like weeks ago. Because it was weeks ago. But I have returned, with a lot of anime under the arm and a permanent writer’s block on my desk, just to tell you lovely people about anime you’ve already seen. Oh, how I love...

 
 
 
 
 
 
 

Aquagaze recommends: Boku Wa Tomodachi ga Sukunai

People who follow me on Twitter might now roll their eyes in irritation. Yup, here comes Aquagaze once again with that stupid manga of his he keeps on blabbing about. The problem is, you can’t get to decently know someone if you’re not ...

 
 
 

Meanwhile, at the Gainax offices...

... a man was staring aimlessly out of the window, quietly observing the everyday Tokyo rush hour passing by. Various business documents, ranging from rejected deals to sales charts reflecting the reputation his company once had, were sprea...

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

About Aquagazeone of us since 9:16 AM on 02.27.2010

Warning!

This blog contains copious amounts of Aquagaze. People with brains are advised not to interact with Aquagaze. This also applies to people without brains. See? He's very stupid. Even I want to punch him. And I'm just text!

Aquagaze loves anime. So much that he blogs about it all the goddamn time. That's why most people know him.

Aquagaze loves music. Don't ask him what kind of music, you've probably never heard of it.

Aquagaze loves games. In fact, he enjoys them so much he has never beaten one, just to salvage it.

Aquagaze loves Boku Wa Tomodachi Ga Sukunai, and he won't rest until you do so as well.
 
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