A Bridge to the Starry Sky #07 — Subtle Imagery

May 22nd, 2011


Now it looks even more like Little Dick is trying to eat his brother’s ass.


Ah, Starry Sky. What to say about you… what to say… I guess a good place to start would be Macaron Ayumu’s ass. Why, Dogakobo? Why? What did I do to you? Advertising Koihime’s upcoming (or is it out now?) fighting game is small potatoes compared to that. The DDR machines also made me laugh. Moonhead was leaping all over it like a spastic four year old after mainlining a mix of cocaine, sugar, and LSD and somehow achieved a high score despite what appeared to be the game’s demo screen playing.  Is their budget so low that they only had enough to animate two or three arrows?

The episode wasn’t even bad-good though, just bad-boring. The two guys playing softcore mah-jong games in the arcade and/or having to hide their erections from Tsumugi from playing bad Tokimemo knockoffs was just sad. Also, I still have absolutely no idea why they keep inviting Hina. She’s barely held a conversation with Little Dick and mostly sexually assaulted the rest of the group. Maybe it really is because she dresses like a streetwalker. Oh yeah, and Hinata got angsty in the last five minutes, ran off on her own, and Little Dick fixed everything by yelling in her ear. Great work. Frankly, I prefer shouting at oceans.



Groping Ayumu at the beach. Yes, really.

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8 Shouts From the Peanut Gallery

  • Anonymous says:

    i would prefer koihime musou as a DW clone

  • tomphile says:

    Not so subtle though, is it? Haha, I’m just pulling your chain.

    Anyways, I didn’t really like this week’s fanservice. It was too blatant and bland for my liking.

  • Mesousa says:




  • Nanaya says:

    Wait, what? The arcade goes from this


    to this


    because of her dancing? I can’t even think of a funny line for that, it’s so… odd.

  • Anise_Punter says:

    How come no one in Japan except Fuko can play the crane game?

  • kaon says:


  • The Phantom says:

    Is his little brother one of the “arcs” in the original material? This has to be one of the most disturbing jokes I have seen in recent animes, seriously his younger brother?

  • satsu says:

    For some reason or another there is a Sera-sama look alike in this episode. Oh, if I say Sera-sama, it means Seraphim of “Kore ha Zombie desu ka?”.