Hmm. I'll give it a try! Also, I thought I'd watch the first few episodes of Ojamajo Doremi Naisho, since Doremi Fansubs usually fansub decent to spectacular anime. I still don't know how I feel about the anime it'self, but Doremi wasn't kidding, you will be laughed at hardcore if you're caught watching this show. I've only watched the first episode, and I'm downloading the second, but it has something to do with a bunch of completely useless witch girls and their life at school. I'm also downloading PetoPeto San, which Doremi Fansubs fansubs too. I think it's yuri, don't remember the description though. I know it has a butcher woman in it. I'm looking forward to her.
I'm going to type up what I think of Pale Cocoon AGAIN. I had typed it up, but Azureus said, hey, let's upload 900kbs for a few minutes, then stop uploading completely, then go to 3mbs for a minute then go to 100kbs like normal and see what his computer says to that. Well, my comp didn't like it too much, and said "hey, let's delete this window, here, and that will fix everything."
Also, Yakitate!! Japan...Is that the anime with the bread and all that, or am I just crazy?
OKay, Pale Cocoon. In spite of what everyone is saying about Pale Cocoon and it's awesomeness, I didn't like it. The animation falls nothing short of incredible, and the basis seems very creative and original, sure. But, nothing happens. Literally, nothing.
Okay, before I begin, Pale Cocoon is a 22 minute long OVA fansubbed by Doremi Fansubs. It can be found for download with a bittorrent client http://a.scarywater.net/doremi/, near the bottom of the page. AnimeSuki didn't have this one, for some reason.
Ura restores archived records of a long ago evacuated earth, and Riko analyzes them. Ura is avid with his work and delves into the pictures of old earth, to try to escape reality. He wants to uncover everything he can about earth, He wants the TRUTH (). And it's suggested that he wants to, someday, return there.
Riko doesn't get much excitement out of her work anymore, though. Each record restored just reveals a bit more of humanities stupidity. Riko wants to quit the job she has now, and return to reality, and accept it.
To breifly give you the plotline of the story, Ura uncovers a music video and a video interview that inspire him to go to the surface, to see the earth. Something happens then. You don't really know what, becomes you mostly just hear and see the music video, but we do know the Ura is going to the surface. And then after that ends, we see Ura standing on....some.....thing which is suspended by a cable above the ground, and a monstrous crashed space ship in the backround. Then something els happens, I don't know what, and the cable holding Ura's ground and Ura up snaps. Then finally, as Ura is falling to the ground, we see earth, brilliant in it's blues and whites and greens, completely contradictory with the video interview with Yamaguchi, who describe the earth as dull and rust colored.
And that's it. That's the OVA. I have to tell you, the things I most enjoyed, were the music (especially that of the music video), and Riko. Riko was super cute. Especially in that outfit.
Now that that's done, a new series! Petopeto-san!
Okay, Petopeto san....okay...Petopeto-san is just...okay...deep breathe. AWESOME! I love this show. Alien racism!? Sticky Petopetos!! It's awesome! Okay, I'm tired from typing the thing for Pale Cocoon, so I'll just quote the Anime News Network:It's great! I love that teacher! The teacher is probably my favorite character. Hmm, what is her name, anyway?In a Japan not quite like our own, the "youkai" (supernatural creatures) have started living together with humans. Now, in an ordinary school, all sorts of "monsters" attend regular classes. A human boy, Oohashi Shingo, finds himself attracted to one of these creatures, a "petopeto" called Fujimura Hatoko. Petoko, as she is called, is a minor monster, with only the power to stick to something she adores. Like Shingo....