Wednesday, July 13, 2016
For some reason the image uploads aren't working, but take my word for it -- Wind TV 09 features the darker side of a city where everyone possesses special abilities; as it turns out, some choose to use them for nefarious and/or creepy purposes. And on top of that, it seems like everyone's abilities are becoming inconsistent and unstable, not just those of wannabe raepists.
Wednesday, June 29, 2016
Love squares rule the day in the first half of this episode, as Iwasaki-sensei attempts to help her brother get his 20 minutes of action with Asami while conveniently clearing away an obstacle that she suspects lies between her and Ichimaru-sensei. Later, in Part B, enjoy some lolarious misadventures in the classic mold of "husband bewildered by domestic work." But given the state of gender relations in Japan, I guess we shouldn't be surprised to see this kind of "straight out of the 1950s" material.
Friday, June 17, 2016
After the shocking turn of events at the end of the previous episode of Wind ~ A Breath of Heart, our hero finds himself on a summer festival date with Minamo, highlighted by an enchanting encounter with the ever-enigmatic Hikari. I have to hope that in a city where everyone has special abilities, festival-goers can even the odds against those cheating carnival game operators.
Wednesday, June 15, 2016
Saturday, May 14, 2016
Well, whaddaya know, two beach episodes in a row, and I'm not even working on RahXephon! Feast your some obviously performance-enhanced beach volleyball and jealousy-generating sequences, and then get ready for some shocking advancements in the show's romantic threads after nightfall.
Wednesday, May 4, 2016
In this summer-themed episode of My Wife is a High School Girl, the main couple and their neighbors attempt to combat the heat with binge eating, with mixed results. Later, enjoy a sports-day segment with plenty of bloomer shots to complement this show's trademark laydown-panchira imagery.
Torrent (v2) || v2 Patch
** v2 released to correct one "Liberal Overreach" line. I know a translator's (or editor's) not supposed to be a scriptwriter, but sometimes the temptation is just so strong. I throw myself upon the mercy of the court of 8thsin!