This week’s Baka to Test brings its trademark insanity, and all in good form too. I don’t remember too much from the last season given that it came out well over a year before this one did, but I’m pretty sure that it never had a flashback detailing how Akihisa did “—-” and helped “—-” by doing “—–”. How’s that for ya? Now you can’t complain about spoilers.
The Kinoshita twins are masters of gender-bending. On one hand, you have Hideyoshi who is everyone’s favorite trap by now, and his sister, Yuuko, who’s now known as a third-rate pervert. You can’t tell one from the other and I’m not surprised that the characters in the show were clueless that a role switch had taken place. Read the rest of this entry
The staffers behind Baka Test take what they did last episode and ramp it up, multiplying the sheer hilarity of it all by a hundred-fold. It’s been a while since an anime’s been able to get me to laugh as heartily as this has (Oh, that made me sound so old), the last real humorous show being Sora no Otoshimono Forte, the sequel to the first season. What, with crossdressers and traps in abundance you know it’s going to be a blast.
Oh dear, I fear that Sacred Seven has just unleashed a beast…a different kind of beast than what you’d expect. The new antagonist/potential anithero, Kijima Knight, is obviously aimed at the tweeny fangrils who squeal over what I’d call the Korean/Japanese bad boy look. But even his devilishly good looks can’t save him from the curse of Sacred Seven, to be burdened with some of the tackiest costumes known to animu fandom! Read the rest of this entry