First having a sexy Nishikino Maki image.
Now, let's start with the overall quality before we go to the thing I was slightly disappointed in.
Price: $16- $22
Quality: Heat resistant/non-shiney (But doesn't seem to curl with a curling iron)
Thickness: Average to somewhat disappointingly thin (Will expound on this later)
Color/Style: VERY close to the sample photos on actual but on cameras the color can vary of course
Wrapping it up:
One last bit, is the fact that it's just awful at the scalp area.
I've seen this sickness before in Grandyoung wigs, via friends and their wigs. And wished that I'll never encounter a wig with this issue.
This and the weird gloss of Grandyoung wigs caused me to stop buying that brand. But now even Lucaille has it which just narrows down my trusted brands to around 2: JIUWIHU and CosplayC/CosC which are both photogenic wigs.
It's not obvious from the front or sides though, just really messy on the top which really irritates the OC-ness in me. I've tried to brush it but it's not that simple to fix it seems. All in all, it's a good enough Maki wig or the price. But am no longer going to get Lucaille.
Mondaiji-tachi ga Isekai kara Kuru Sou Desu yo is an EXTREMELY long title.
Though these kinds of really, really long titles started out way last year with a Sis-con themed anime. I blame it for all these other seriously long titles.
Animation, Story, OST
Not really too fond of the soundtrack, and nothing upstanding about the sound effects or songs they use. It's ok to average. The animation is pretty good. Though it's not exactly as eye candy as Guilty crown.
The Story isn't anything new, we have Izayoi the main protagonist who has godly powers. And he gets sucked into an unknown world together with two girls who also have powers. The character style is easy to like, nothing to weird or unique to have to get used to her folks.
Continue or Drop
I would have to say I almost did drop it. Felt like one of those service animations that had nothing in it but just one guy and a lot of girls who rely on him. But as much as the main character is cliched, it has the homey feeling of something you're already familiar with.
Am not sure how they would make it any more interesting, but for now-- I will continue to watch this and find out what mystery lies beyond the main character who seems too damned strong even for the so-called "Demon Lords"
I have encountered few anime with so much "BANG" in one episode. Although honestly in this case, am not a huge fan of all the shine and color. It was so blatantly trying to impress that at some point it felt that the episode had gone on for 30 minutes already. There were a lot of useless scenes, which showcased nothing but the environment or someone talking to someone else randomly.
The things we find out from episode one are:
Suoh Mikoto is a rival, and has the title of "the 3rd King". With him is a white haired lolita named Anna Kushina, and they belong to (if not head) HOMURA.
Isana Yashiro is considered the Main protagonist, and he's currently being targeted by both HOMURA and the so-called black dog, Yatogami Kurou.
Hair Shade/Eye Shade: The manga features a darker more brown shade that gradients into a darker shade and her eyes are of the same hue. While the anime sticks to a lighter almost blonde feel together with her yellow-brown eyes. (Which is, honestly very hard to find in a wig and contact lenses)
Facial Features: Still win for the manga here.
She's still quite cute in the anime.
But, her loveliness is entirely different in the manga.
Her features are softer and much more elegant to look at
while for the manga she doesn't have that 'ojou-sama' (lady)
appeal to her.
Still a Manga fan.Few to no difference really. Except for the colors
and some bit of lace lost on the anime.
I really liked how the red seemed to be a dark red tinge.
Unlike the anime costume that looks so bright and happy
But white and red can never go wrong.
So not bad for either.
There has only been 3 episodes out so far, so perhaps there will be more differences in the future.
Though I hope not.
Real name: Asuna Yuuki
I really love how SAO sticks to the original Manga concept in the animation. Although, the difference in shade strikes me as a huge turn off for the anime art.
Fine, so most series do have that sparkly, shiny look to it. But they could've left the red hues and gradients alone. And for some reason... Asuna looks WAY prettier in the manga.
Am sure am not the only one who noticed.
Sword Art Online or ソードアート・オンライン
is a Japanese light novel series by Reki Kawahara, with illustrations by Abec.
I haven't heard of "Abec" but the style doesn't stun as much as Guilty Crown does. I don't know much about this. But I've been pretty much spoiled by Aizen-Sama.
Am hoping for a lot actually. Animation, battle themes and effects that are well integrated. Seeing that this was a light novel before, it would be assumed (though assuming is a bad habit) that it's rather well written and that the plot would actually carry it.
Loving the theme, and seriously craving to cosplay both protagonists.
Very reminiscent of "Katekyo Hitman Reborn" ヽ（´ー｀）┌
Theme is Basically:
Mafia Family with superpowers inspired from Tarot cards mixed with an obvious romantic reverse harem
The animation is pretty good, although for me the characters aren't as unique
They remind me a lot of how the boys of Uta no Prince are.
We have the complete cliches, but hey, at least they're doing it right
I've only watched the first episode but it looks pretty interesting at the least. But am not too excited over it.
The main heroine and the daughter of the leader of the gang.
They basically rule over "Regalo" Island.
She is set into marriage by her father to whoever wins against a fight against him to take over the whole 'family'
Her arcana is "The Lovers"
and her power was revealed as seeing into the "hearts of people" uncontrollably.
Reminds me a lot of Minato and Ciel in terms of appearance, yet Kanda Yuu in terms of his behavior.
His Arcana is "Il Morta" or "Death"
It isn't revealed what he can do in this episode, but am going to guess that it's something seriously mind blowing. ;)
Currently my FAVORITE.
The way he defended Felicita reminded me of Ottoya Ittoki of Uta no Prince-Sama. And the way he acts around her (And even his anime render) really gives off the same character vibe. He's easily likable though being too brash,
His Arcana is "The Fool"
He managed to use it in the first episode. It felt like he was able to negate another Arcana's power.
The other characters for next time, guys and gals!
And even some screen shots in the near future ;)
My new anime drug:
In any case, the animation reminds me of "5cm per second" and it comes off as a slice of life anime.
Although, am starting to hate the fact that the lead girl will possibly have a catch phrase.
Watched 3 episodes so far, and I like it.
The colors, so VIVID! My gods, the animators spent a lot of money on this one. Although the character design is common the main protagonist is interesting.
Basically wanted a 'dull' life out of choice, but the lead girl suddenly inserts herself into his life and he has issues with saying no to her.
The gist of the anime is that these students 'solve' mysteries from their school called "Hyouka"