I RUPTURED A DISK WHICH FRAGMENTED INTO MY SPINAL COLUMN
Join Date: Oct 2006
Location: St. Paul, MN
Re: Anime Discussion Thread
Originally Posted by -NFR-
I just finished watching the first episode of Genshiken 2. What can I say? It didn't disappoint. I loved the first "season" and this season looks to be great also. Its subbed by Dattebayo(bleh), but I have been uploading it. So naturally, it available on the Bleach Exile site. Here is a summary from Wiki since Dyne, Aya, or I haven't bothered writing one for BE yet.
Genshiken follows the lives of a group of college students drawn together by their shared hobbies, and the trials and adventures associated with being otaku. The story begins with the introduction of Kanji Sasahara, a shy, confidence-lacking freshman who on club day at university, decides to join a club he would actually enjoy, Genshiken. Over his four years at Shiiou University, Sasahara comes to accept himself for who he is and loses the inhibitions and guilt he once felt and associated with otaku culture, becoming an enthusiastic clubmember, and for a time, a capable club president.
Light just said "Shinigami" . does Bleach do the same? if so, meh. it means more that they are saying it in Death Note
As long as there's a Triforce, there will be a Zelda;
as long as there's a prosperous kingdom, there will be an evil bent on destroying it;
and as long as there's an oppressive force threatening Hyrule, there will be a boy...
in a green tunic, silver shield, and magic blade to stand against it.
Nice coincidence; saw this thread appear on the main page, with me just having watch the first ten minutes or so of the show on Adult Swim (the name "Death Note" or w/e it was grabbed my attention). Couldn't help but to stay through and watch what goes on in this show, and I must say I'm impressed - and I'm far from an Anime fan as I've never really gotten into it, so that's obviously saying something. And one more thing - didn't the screen actually read "The human whose voice is written in this note shall die", rather than "... disappear"? If not, then maybe I'm just seeing things, but it's nothing surprising given that I'm here, sitting down, all in exhaustion and sleepiness from work.