Manageable Modern Magic #07 — Kamehameyawn

August 22nd, 2009

 

Turtle power, go!

Impressions:

Meh. Meh. A filler episode through and through. The Scooby Squad looks for cats. Then plays dress-up. Then looks for more cats. Then everything that happened is reduced to Katamari’s scratching post and thus we’re right back where we started. At least Koyomi slightly advanced with her magic, and can now passively summon or repel cats along with her basins so long as she has a magical turtle backpack to help her. At least next week should be a lot more interesting, if for no other reason than Misa terrifying children by riding on the wing of a plane.

This hard hitting displaying of disposable non-journalism was brought to you by two hours of staring at the gross and histological anatomy of kidneys. This was so not the pleasant break I could have used.

Preview:

There’s… something… on… the… wing!

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7 Shouts From the Peanut Gallery

  • Dr_Tenma says:

    I have no idea why I watch this show, but I find it’s “filler nature” mildly entertaining. Maybe I still have some hope that one day Nomad will make something as good as Rozen Maiden again.

    Also, I was just curious about what you do since you mentioned kidneys. Work in pathology? Research? Still in school?

  • Happy Man says:

    Are you in medical school??

    And the anime is cute, but only the 2nd episode (episode 01) was exciting for me.

  • moridin84 says:

    Ehh? Obviously the Yumiko was the one who summon the cats, not the main character.

  • Aroduc says:

    No. Not med school. Just trying for a degree in bioinformetics to hopefully turn my useless degree in HCI into a real job.

  • Aroduc says:

    *shrug* Depends on your interpretation. I took out of it that she just lacked the confidence to do it, which is why it worked when she used the repel.

  • That guy says:

    You have some patience man, I already gave up on this season’s anime.

  • MADAO says:

    So, any clue on who the masked dude is? That’s all I want to know…