I came across this result via ANN about a survey conducted by BIGLOBE regarding fictional schools that people want to attend. It caught my interest and decided to think up my own list. Well, that's assuming I was born Japanese AND my parents had lots of monies to be able to send me to most of my listed schools. (So it looks like my lists project will be continuing this year.) =D
2010 will be over in a few days, so it's time for that year-end exercise: the year-end rankings of the shows that I watched. I'm quite early from my usual schedule. Whew! Now what else to do on New Year's Eve? 😀
Having re-watched Simoun, most episodes of Crest of the Stars/Banner of the Stars, and Marimite seasons 1-4, finally it's time to put something in this lethargic blog of mine.
I said I would not do this list. However, I made an about-face (for reasons I cannot say). Unlike last year, my room is not such a mess today. The weather's still fine though. Another thing for this year, I'll be including shows that I haven't finished yet but where I'm halfway through (or are ongoing shows). The shows are Aoi Bungaku, Bakemonogatari, Cross Game, Kimi ni Todoke, Sasameki Koto. I cannot include Kara no Kyoukai because I'm only into ep 2 and the show is still an unknown for me. Full Metal Alchemist Brotherhood doesn't count also because I stopped watching and am saving everything for a later date. Fairy Tail is probably gonna go on forever, and I'm still undecided on it overall.
It's funny how too much overtime leads to a post.
2009 has the most boring spring line-up ever. There's no show that makes me want to see an episode ASAP. It just added to my blogging lethargy. So I probably won't be posting anything about spring season 2009 after this. Basquash! The visuals are good but the characters don't excite me. To a casual basketball …
It's been a while since I wrote a post. After not caring about the anime of winter 2009 (save for 3 shows), I think I'll be looking at more spring anime. (State of the Proxy March 2009)