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Oh hell, I’ll never end up doing this thing right. Change of plans for my last 3 Kurisumasu posts: they’ll come out later; mostly because I’ve run out of moments that I particularly want to talk about. I’m thinking there’s one moment I want to save for last, and then the other posts will be a bigger cumulation of moments, but since I didn’t plan for this ahead, I’ll just push the posts back. Plus, I’ve still got a couple more shows to finish before the year clocks out. So far, I’ve probably watched more anime in December than I did in, like, the entirety of 2009.
Anyway I would’ve felt bad if I didn’t announce that, but I’ve sworn against doing any posts that don’t directly deal with anime in some way, so here’s some brief thoughts on the show that just ended/I just finished, Kami Nomi zo Shiru Sekai.
Michiko to Hatchin is one of the shows form the fall 08-winter 09 season that I put off on watching to wait for it to end first. No Name proposed that we marathon it now that it’s over, so I figured ‘why not.’ After all, the show seemed interesting enough – as a matter of fact, I’d been looking forward to it a good bit at some point. With music produced by Shinichiro Watanabe, promises of tons of style, and the premise of a hot chick and loli travelling the land, it looked great. The production is by Manglobe, who had previously produced the very awesome Samurai Champloo and the immensely shitty Ergo Proxy. After 5 episodes of Michiko to Hatchin, I think I can say that Manglobe is 1/2 so far on it’s productions.