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Shin Koihime Musou OT #09 — Boobs, Boobs, Boobs

May 26th, 2010

 

…Boobs.

Impressions:

Yawn. If this is the way that they were going to have a plot with this show, I wish that the entire thing was spent wandering around China in search of a cure for cat. The first third of the episode was pure angst, the middle third was hugs and breast jokes, and the last third was shrill exposition. It sucked in Basara, and it sucks even more here thanks to all the horrible speech ticks. The girls aren’t getting any less radoactive either. Enshou probably has enough juice in her to sterilize an entire village. I’m not even sure what they were censoring with Kashin either. She was still wearing her catgirl diaper.

Basically, the quest to cute cure the catgirl comes to an anticlimactic end, and we get a whole bunch of angsty Bunwa (what is it with Bunwa in all adaptations and angst?) setting the stage for something that might be construed as drama if the previous episodes did not have the protagonists fighting giant two tailed elephants summoned by horny barbarian lesbians. Let’s play to our strengths here. The barbarians lesbians were a strength, at least for this show. Going off to war led by someone who thinks that this can all be solved with a hug is not a step up from that.

Preview:

Drama and sloppy drinkers.

Posted in Koihime Musou | 5 Comments »

5 Shouts From the Peanut Gallery

  • MisaoFan says:

    There censoring any underwears because the anime takes place in Ancient China ?

  • Anonymous says:

    well, they did resolve the yellow turban rebellion with a j-pop concert so…

  • Nanaya says:

    Basically, the quest to cute the catgirl…

    Freudian slip, Aroduc? Maybe you enjoy this series more than you let on…

    Or maybe I forgot about whatever plot he’s described so far and he was dead on with that.

    Aroduc says:

    Harumph. Accursed typos.

  • Jack Damn says:

    Same “plot” formula as the last two seasons. How this show got three seasons green lit is beyond beyond. Hopefully, they don’t end up singing again.

    The chibis are the only redeeming aspect of this show (and the heavily saturated character designs and maybe the carpet munchers).