Tuesday, May 23, 2017

Overlord is now on Crunchyroll


"When a popular MMORPG is scheduled to be shut down permanently, veteran player Momonga refuses to log out. As NPCs begin to develop personalities and minds of their own he decides to put his skills to use as the game’s new overlord"

I've been hearing news about Overlord movies coming out soon, or something along that line. I don't know how long they've been working on it, or if it's in preparation of that event, but Overlord is now available on Crunchyroll! 

I'm really excited to check it out. I had watched the first episode and found it really cool, but had to sit through all of those ads (boo). So now that it's on Crunchyroll, I can enjoy it ad free, in high definition. 

It's set in a game and holds similarities to Sword Art Online, at least as far as how it's set up as a game system. It seems to be a dive system, but it doesn't really go in depth on that aspect. While it is a game, it seems to focus more on the fact that this is Momonga's new life. I've only seen one episode, but I'm so pumped up to watch more. The opening and ending theme songs are also super awesome! Myth&Roid has L.L.L. for the ending, and as a big fan of their work I'm super happy. The opening is also cool. 

@Crunchyroll thank you for adding Overlord to the catalog. 

Twin Angels BREAK: Well call me crazy but I think it's a knockoff


"Amatsuki Meguru is a girl who innocently aspires to be a hero of justice and the cool Kisaragi Sumire who grew up in the strict Kisaragi household... The two girls who are in their 3rd year of middle school end up getting orders from a mysterious hedgehog named Miruku-chan and turn into Twin Angels in order to fight evil! Meguru is always cheerful but sometimes a bit too forceful. Meanwhile, Sumire isn’t accustomed with being around others. Despite their differences, as they work together, they start opening up to each other."

In essence, Twin Angels Break is a magical girl anime, very similar to Sailor Moon. VERY similar. REALLY REALLY SIMILAR. What the hell, is there even a Tuxedo Mask?! What is happening?!

Monday, May 22, 2017

Himouto! Umaru-chan: The Life of an Otaku

Umaru is a renowned beautiful 16-year-old girl in town, living with her elder brother Taihei. She acts a perfect sister with a kind heart, intelligence, and popularity, who everybody admires. So who would believe how true Umaru is at home? Sleeping, gaming, watching TV, eating junk food, drinking cola… that's almost all she does at home, leaving all the housework to her brother.

When it first came out on 2015, this series was insanely popular, and it's not hard to see why. With all of the action adventure and series with a plot, sometimes people just want something funny and relatable. And one can definitely find that in Himouto! Umaru-chan, the story of the freeloader we all want to be. 

Friday, May 19, 2017

Love Rice: I forced myself into a coma just so I didn't have to watch it anymore



"The Harvest Show" is a concert where all of the different grains show off their beauty to everyone watching, and "HarveStars" is the name given to the grains who put on the best performances. In this age of rice acreage reduction policies and Westernization of eating habits, bread has become the most popular grain in Japan, and tables are dominated by "Yeast King," the bread HarveStars. But five new rice students have enrolled at Kokuritsu Inaho Academy, a school on the verge of shutting down, and they form a new group called "Love Rice" that's practicing to beat Yeast King..."

I really hate to be that jerk of a person, I really do. But this show made me question my sanity and my love for anime on the first episode, which is only 5 minutes long, maybe less. I'm not really loving this rice... 



Thursday, May 18, 2017

๑♡Mami Tomoe♡๑

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A veteran Magical Girl, Mami acts as a kind and wise senpai to her magical girl peers. While she carries a heavy burden on her shoulders and struggles with her own sense of justice, she stays strong and does her best in a cool, elegant, and inspiring way. 





Saturday, May 13, 2017

Alice & Zoroku: It's All in a Name

As of right now, Part One of Alice & Zoroku has wrapped up, with a special episode with features and highlights and whatnot. I didn't watch the special because it didn't seem interesting to me, so I don't know what it said and if it had any hints to what we can expect in the next part of the series. But I have a theory, along with SOLID EVIDENCE AND LOGIC to support my claim. What on earth can we expect from this booming new series? And what does the difference between '&' and 'to' have to do with anything? Will I ever get back what the sock goblins stole?!

Thursday, May 11, 2017

*✰Luluco✰*

Image result for lulucoImage result for lulucoA middle school girl in an alien town, Luluco was pulled out of her somewhat normal life and thrown into the Space Patrol in place of her father. Luluco is a fairly plain girl with pure feelings, who deeply cares about her family and the people in her life. She wants to do the right thing, and fight on for justice. What a sweetheart!

Akashic Records of Bastard Magical Instructor: From Scum to Sensei


¨The Alzano Imperial Magic Academy is located in the southern part of the Alzano Empire, and is among most prominent magic schools in the world, where students can learn the highest forms of magic. All those who strive to learn magic dream of studying at this academy, and its students, as well as its teachers, are proud to be a part of its 400-year history. Glenn Radars is a new instructor who has suddenly been appointed to teach part-time at this highly respected academy. The previously unheard-of lessons of this man known as a good-for-nothing bastard are about to begin."

A new simulcast on Crunchyroll, this series seems to be making quite the stir. At first glance it seems like just fanservice and the typical magic school setting, so what could this new series possibly have to offer?

Wednesday, May 10, 2017

The Daily Life of Crunchyroll Hime


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I finally got around to checking out The Daily Life of Crunchyroll Hime, an exclusive mini-series that Crunchyroll does on their adorable mascot Hime-chan. It's very short, but it's super cute, and the art is very whimsical. It's also pretty cool to see references to various different anime that have been popular over the past year or two. Hime is honestly so cute, and I'm genuinely looking forward to seeing more comics with her featured. She's a cutie, a nerd, and I could probably rave about what a treasure she is for hours on end. And all the pictures of her are so cute. Hime needs to have her own anime!

Wrapping up Shirobako

Image result for shirobakoHello hello, your favorite admin Cat here! Fun fact, did you know that there are only 20 days of school left, including finals? (We have a Monday off towards the end of te month, make sure you mark your calendars)

Generally, everyone watches their own anime. We all have different tastes, are in different episodes, and usually, we all do our own thing and then sometimes convene. But recently, due to the rise in popularity of Sakura Quest and the urgings of Miles Thomas (Crunchyroll Marketing Expert Extraordinaire), the majority of our club members have been enraptured by Shirobako!

Not quite everyone has finished up yet, but I'm happy to announce that for the most part that most of the Anime Society members int he Shirobako circle have finished up. It's pretty cool that we were all able to get into something at the same time, as for the most part of watching is pretty uncoordinated.

Now that we're all reaching the end of Shirobako, I hope that we can all get into another fandom together fairly soon. We have been streaming My Hero Academia at our meetings, so maybe we should all try to get into that one? I actually want to do an article on MHA pretty soon, it's really good and it deserves to get a little more attention from our admins.

Sunday, May 7, 2017

Free Comic Book Day + Giveaway

FCBD 2017 ATTACK ON TITANAs many of you know, yesterday was Free Comic Book Day. Comic stores across the states had a stock of free and special comic samples for fans to pick up. Besides the fact people were getting free stuff and discounts on purchases, some of the comics had exclusive and special stories, just for the event. For example, Attack on Titan.

I recognized some of the people I bumped into as I popped into the various comic stores in the area, which was pretty cool. But I'm sure some of you missed the event (like I did last year). But never fear, your anime senpai is here!

For anyone who missed Free Comic Book Day, the Anime Society has a few extra copies that we would like to give away to anyone who is interested. Leave your full name and email and/or Twitter handle in the comments for this post below, and make sure you follow the Anime Society twitter (@slvanimesociety) with the same handle you provide. We will contact you asking which copy you wanted to get your hands on and couldn't, and we'll do what we can to get it to you.

We will ship to people in both the U.S. and Canada, so if you aren't a local member and want it mailed to you, keep in mind you'll need to give us your address.

Happy Sunday folks

Friday, May 5, 2017

Alice & Zoroku: The Validity of Feelings

"Up until that point, the girl didn’t know about the “outside world.” It was filled with things she had never touched, scenery she had never seen, and people she had never met... In the face of such a broad new world, she was surprised, wavered, and her eyes were opened on the impulse of curiosity. The girl’s name: Sana. She was born and raised at a facility called the “Laboratory” without ever knowing anything about the outside world. This girl has the special power to materialize anything she imagined. Those with special powers like Sana were called “Dreams of Alice.”

A new Simulcast series on Crunchyroll, this has caught so much attention, right from the first episode. It has the premise of a magical adventure bordering on action but also contains very tender and heartfelt moments.

Interviews with Monster Girls: Demi-Chan Special Event

On Ma 14th in Itabashi Culture Hall, the voice actors for the various characters of Interviews with Monster Girls will be hosting a musical celebration for the success of the series. To hype people up for this event, they have released new visual promotions and artwork. We see our favorite cute Demi-chans in some casual wear. Takanashi Hikari here in her casual school wear and her signature hair buns. It's always cute to see her little bag charm (modeled after a vampire of course). We also see in the background some gorgeous cherry blossom trees, which hold a lot of symbolism for her. If memory recalls correctly, it was in the last episode when she had a brief heart to heart with Takahashi-sensei. While doing that, it seemed that she had finally bloomed into being her true self, by the school gates and the cherry blossoms.


Thursday, May 4, 2017

✿♥ Yoshino Koharu ♥✿

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While struggling to find a job in Tokyo, Yoshino finds herself stuck in a one-year contract at small town Manoyama working with the tourism board as their "Queen." She wants to get out of small towns but reluctantly accepts her predicament. Over time, she slowly starts to adjust to her new life, as well as the unexpected allies she has found. She's a sweet girl, who truly wants to understand Manoyama, and do the best she can to find the thing in the town that brings all of the townspeople together.

Watch Sakura Quest Now!

Attack on Titan: A Sincere Apology (Warning, Sarcasm)

The first season of Attack on Titan first aired in 2013. It's 2017 now. We have all literally waited for 4 years for Season Two. The question is, has it been worth the wait? Was it lived up to our expectations? And why were the creator sending out apology letters???

Monday, May 1, 2017

Clockwork Planet: Hit or Miss?


"This news may seem sudden... but this world died long ago. Earth died a thousand years ago, and a legendary clockmaker known only as "Y" rebuilt it using clockwork. Naoto Miura, a failing high school student, encounters RyuZU, an automaton that "Y" left behind, and the genius clock-maker Marie. When the abilities of these three come together, the gears of fate begin to turn. The cycle of failure and success repeats endlessly as the three of them work to repair the endangered "Clockwork Planet" in this clock-punk fantasy!"

A new title that has been added onto Crunchyroll, and is currently being Simulcast on Tuesdays. As of date, there are four episodes available for streaming, with an average user rating of 3.5 stars. The concept is really interesting, and it's by the creator of No Game No Life. The question is, is this new series a hit or a miss as a whole? 

Sunday, April 30, 2017

The Many Faces of Mr. Osomatsu

WARNING! This post does contain offensive humor, political references, and possibly triggering content. Do not read if you are... "sensitive." The Anime Society is not responsible for any butthurt people who didn't read our warning. 

Before we get into the beautiful Ososmatsu montage, let us take a moment to appreciate the fact that Mr. Flag gets a call from Obama. @Obama, we miss you. Come back. 

6 New Titles on Crunchyroll You Should Watch

Thanks to the incredible efforts of the Crunchyroll staff, new titles and Simulcasts are being added to the Crunchyroll library frequently. While some of them are great titles that fans have been eager to watch, others aren't quite all they're cracked up to be. No matter what they're rating might be, we'll give you the scoop on these juicy new additions, and why they're worth your time to watch. 





"Foiled by a hero when he’s inches away from conquering the world, the devil finds himself in modern-day Tokyo. With no real-world skills to speak of, the devil is forced to make ends meet flipping burgers at a fast food joint! To stall any further plans for world domination, the hero tracks the devil’s trail and takes on the lowly tasks of a telemarketer."
A title that first caught many eyes due to the popularity of the manga, it's a good series. The audience does seem to prefer the manga, as the art of the animation can tend to be a bit awkward, it doesn't fully give the original justice. None the less, it's interesting enough to give it a try. Also, @Crunchyroll, why did you pick such an awkward cover page, everyone looks very poorly Photoshopped on... Everyone is missing arms and legs, and our main character doesn't even have a lower body.





Rating: B




"Ciel Phantomhive is the most powerful boy in all of England, but he bears the scars of unspeakable suffering. Forced to watch as his beloved parents were brutally murdered, Ciel was subsequently abducted and violently tortured. Desperate to end his suffering, the boy traded his own soul for a chance at vengeance, casting his lot with the one person on whom he could depend: Sebastian, a demon Butler summoned from the very pits of hell. Together, they’ll prowl the darkest alleys of London on a mission to snuff out those who would do evil."

Kuroshitsuji (Alt. title) can pretty much be considered one of the pinnacle series in the fandom world. It's insanely popular, has a lot of depth, and continues to grow without becoming boring and repetitive. The best thing about this series is the anime, while based on the manga, has its own plot. It follows the general story and then branches off into something entirely new.
Rating: A+


"In Victorian London, the breathtaking performances of the Noah’s Ark Circus have captured the attention of people all across the city. But the spell of magic and wonderment woven under the big top is not without consequences. Children have suddenly begun to vanish, and some suspect these mysterious performers are responsible. In an attempt to get to the bottom of these disturbing disappearances, the dashing duo of demon butler, Sebastian Michaelis, and his young master, Ciel Phantomhive, will infiltrate the circus and uncover whatever darkness may lie at its core!"


A side arc of the Black Butler series that follows along more closely with the actual events that occur in the manga. The franchise seems to split up various events in the manga into 'arcs,' therefore making it easier to expand and go into more detail on each occurrence, as well as making it easier for fans to follow along. The Book of Circus arc has the same chilling aura of the original and introduces a lot of neat characters. While it doesn't matter that much for a fan to watch BoC first, it's best to watch the main anime to avoid confusion.
Rating: A+
{Also a side note, thank you Crunchyroll for getting these titles, but you should've gotten them sooner! We've been waiting too long >-< I suppose they got these titles for the upcoming Black Butler: Book of Atlantic series that will be coming out this year.}



"Forget about homework and pop quizzes. The students of Class 3E have a far more important assignment: kill their teacher before the end of the year! A tentacled sensei that moves at Mach 20 is out to conquer the classroom after destroying seventy percent of the moon. In addition to reading, writing, and arithmetic, the murderous monster behind the lectern will teach his students everything he knows about the assassination game. Should some eager beaver prove to be a quick study in killing, he or she will save Earth from extinction – and collect a hefty reward"

Another really popular title that Crunchyroll has finally gotten their tentacles on. The character development, as well as the whole scenario, is really engaging. It didn't go as in-depth as the manga, but it's still pretty good in its own right.

Rating: A





"Witness the blood-soaked roots of a legend in Hellsing, the action-horror series that launched the careers of some of anime’s brightest stars. The vampire Arucard and his servant Seras Victoria protect the British Empire from ghouls and satanic freaks. Together, they haunt the shadows as a sinister force of good—and tonight the streets of England shall flow with the blood of their evil prey."

From the same creators as Drifters, this is a series that a lot of people have been super interested in, but didn't know where they could find it to watch legally. Crunchyroll did a great job obtaining this title, especially with Drifters season two coming up fairly soon, as well as Berserk gaining traction. Series like these are really gaining popularity, and are worth checking out if you're into that genre. 

Rating: A





"Galko, Otako and Ojou are a trio of unlikely friends in high school with three very different perspectives. Each episode embarks on a day in the life of a trendy girl, an otaku, and a lady, as they discuss their “girl problems."


Alongside Sailor Moon and other feminine titles, Galko-chan is a cute series that has been appealing to the young girl audience. Most series that try to deal with real life problems end up being a bust, but Galko-chan brings up girl issues in a fairly relatable and helpful way, all while having interesting characters for girls to identify with. The manga was a huge hit, and the anime is something interesting as well. The art style is fairly smooth, and the color use for both is aesthetically pleasing. 

Rating: A



Sunday, April 23, 2017

Bladedance of Elementalers Opinion: Kinda Blows (Oh hey I might be a feminist)

This is a bit of an older series, first aired in around 2014 I believed, so it's an older anime, explaining some of it's... shortcomings. I've had it on my queue for a while, and after three episodes I stopped because it just didn't excite me enough compared to other things I wanted to watch. But now I'm finally getting around to finishing it up, and I can see why I abandoned this deadweight all those years ago. Click that read more button to find out why I feel it blows strongly... pardon the joke.


Saturday, April 22, 2017

Classicaloid Highlights - Binge Watch & The Many faces of Beethes

While we may be a little late for hopping on the Classicaloid bandwagon, we figured we'll get in on this anyway. Here's an existential-over-gyoza-Beethoven to express how sad we are that we weren't here when it was super popular. 

Friday, April 21, 2017

Introducing: The Many Faces Series

Sometimes, there's a gag anime that's so hilarious that unless you watch it, it's difficult to express the humor. Words can fail us sometimes. So, when we encounter anime such as this, we will now do a different sort of display, something that will capture the very essence of a comedy.

Introducing: The Many Faces Series! 

Instead of captions with various responses, headcanons, and tidbits of sarcastic commentary, we will start doing The Many Faces. We will focus on a specific character, and take the time to capture all of their most eloquent faces and moments. The soul of the character will really come through our little mini gallery.

Here's a brief teaser of one of the refined faces of a character we will be bringing to the table for all of you thirsty readers. 

Monday, April 17, 2017

Your Name Review - A Fleeting Phenomenon


After seeing Your Name in theaters, I have been absolutely blown away. I even cried in the theater because I was so moved by this work of art. Makoto Shinkai really is the next big producer for Japanese films, with She and Her Cat and 5 Centimeters per Second, he is capturing our hearts and stimulating our minds beyond what we thought was capable with a film. The artwork in Your Name was stunning, the color was so bright and eye catching, it had the perfect amount of contrast. The details for the background were so well done, each frame seemed to hold a painstakingly large amount of time and effort. The smooth flow of the animation, combined with the art made it so visually pleasing, there wasn't even the slightest bit of jarring imagery. I particularly like the imagery put into the town by the lake, as well as the sky. Even the slightest shift in color gave it a world of depth, all of the subtle details put into the film made it all the more incredible.




The plot was so utterly surprising it took me off guard. From the description of the film, it seems obvious that it may be something time-related like they're lovers in different times or something. It was a bit of a let down to read the description and feel like you already knew what was going on. But once I watched the film I was constantly surprised until I had almost no clue what I should even expect or prepare for. It was almost terrifying, going in to watch a movie and having to pretty much fly blind. The plot continued to grow, the story was something that kept everyone thinking, wondering, on the edge of their seats as they tried to figure out what could possibly happen next. I don't think I have ever been so engaged in a film or even an anime series. The last time I have ever felt so exhilaratingly lost was with 'Charlotte,' and even then it didn't continue to keep me traveling on a dark path until the very last moment. 

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The music was riveting. It set the mood perfectly, but what was even better was the perfectly timed moments of silence. The soundtrack of a movie is meant to intensify the experience, to set the mood perfectly so the viewer knows exactly what to feel. But silence and action can speak even louder than words, and this film executed this perfectly. The music was right where it needed to be, and there was space between the sound for us to focus solely on what is happening in front of our eyes, rather than what we hear. The voice actors that were picked for the various actors were also perfect. I went and saw the subtitled version of the film, so I don't know if they English voice actors they picked were any good. I have a feeling they're at the very least decent, there's no way they would ruin such an amazing film with poorly picked voices. But the Japanese voice actors fit the character so perfectly. There was no awkward sound or pauses, it was if they had really melded into the character, and knew how to voice it perfectly. They also sounded the right age, and it's a pretty common issue for the voice actors to not really sound the age that their character is.

What really makes Your Name stand out, besides the fact that it is high quality with a mindblowing story, is the depth. There are so many movies and anime series that have fairly shallow plotlines, they don't really go beyond something to entertain the audience. But Your Name touches on human nature, the unceasing flow of time, and the struggle of coming into oneself. There are so many underlying themes here it would take an indefinite amount of time to list all of them, and the significance they hold in our own lives. It is a romance, that's clear, but it is also a tender tragedy, with forgotten memories that they will never be able to recover, despite them being reunited. 

I was so moved by Your Name, and the second it goes out on DVD I will immediately snap it up because it's a film that I know I could watch a million times and never stop feeling as though it's impacting my life. I think I will go and see the dubbed version if I can get the time to do so, and if anyone is interested in going, please let me know, and I would be happy to accompany you. Your Name was gorgeous, heart-wrenching, and phenomenal. It is the sort of event and masterpiece that comes about rarely, almost like a shooting star or a comet, flying through our lives quickly, but leaving memories and an impression that will remain with us for the rest of our brief lifetimes.  

Kabaneri of the Iron Fortress Movie Night


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On April 26th for one night only, there will be a premiere of the hit series Kabaneri of the Iron Fortress across the United States and Canada. The subtitled series will be aired in two sections, and everyone is extremely excited. As the series isn't available on Crunchyroll (Only through Amazon Prime), it is something many anime fans are dying but unable to see under normal circumstances. While it isn't playing locally for our home base members, there is a long list of theaters for everyone out of town who is interested in going. It's only playing once, so make sure to get your tickets, reserve a spot, and don't miss out on this incredible series.  
"When mankind is threatened by a sudden emergence of undead monsters, those who are bitten become "Kabane" - one of them. To survive under the rise of Kabanes, the Hinomoto people have built fortress stations and barricaded themselves inside. Kabaneri of the Iron Fortress is the story of those who travel beyond these fortresses."

While it is similar to a zombie type series, it evolves into something so much more. It explores the deeper aspects of human nature, has super cool graphics, and the characters grow so beautifully as they struggle with survival. The fight scenes are something that can only be expected from the same studio that created Attack on Titan, Kabaneri of the Iron Fortress deserves all of the fame and excitement that it has enticed.


Saturday, April 15, 2017

Miss Kobayashi's Dragon Maid Finale Highlights

Miss Kobayashi's Dragon Maid has come to an end, but it will forever leave a deep impression on us. In this final episode, we see Tohru and Kobayashi strengthen the bond between them. Tohru's father takes her away, leaving Kobayashi a complete mess without her. When she sneaks back, Kobayashi rises to her defense. After a heartwarming declaration from Kobayashi, Tohru's father finally leaves her be, and here we see the couple having a touching reunion and hug. 

Friday, April 14, 2017

Kiss Him Not Me Manga Highlights

Honestly, I feel. Sleeping so peacefully, a semi-romantic moment. And then it's ruined because she jumps up and screams something very weeaboo-like. The art style for the series though, in the comedic relief sections, is just beautiful. Igarashi is still startled despite knowing her for so long. Generally, when you know an otaku of Kae's caliber for a long period of time, you get used to random outbursts and fangirl moments. 

Gotta love that Dragon Ball Z reference man. Collect all of the Dragon Balls to revive Goku again. Seriously though, Goku has died so many time, but he just keeps coming back. From what I've been watching every now and then, his ghost or spirit is just following his family and friends around, but instead of enjoying his final moments with them he goes to a fighting tournament. What a jerk. But yes, Dragon Balls have kept Goku semi-alive for eons, perhaps they'll save Senpai. 

Your dear family member is gravely ill and in a hospital, and when you return from a phone call you see one of their friends forming a magic circle around their bed with a crazed expression on their face. The detail and effort Kae put into making the circle is admirable, she put everything she had into her sorcery. 

And it's a Fullmetal Alchemist reference. One of the best things about this series is the fact that it's so relatable, as well as it's like it's set in our world. There's references that we as readers can recognize, as well as the fact that it's about an Otaku. While not all of the readers have their own harem, we're all anime fans, so it's interesting to read a manga about someone who is pretty similar to us. 

A lot of people say that people in a coma can hear you, I wonder how much truth there is to that? It's pretty great though, Kae is just saying all of this crazy stuff, and Mutsumi, who's in a coma and doesn't understand anything that's going on, can only begin to imagine what on earth it means.  If I heard someone talking about transmutation, I would probably be terrified. 



Wednesday, April 12, 2017

Bungo Stray Dogs Manga Highlights

The awkward face Dazai makes when he realizes that it's Mori on the phone... That just made my day. He even cringed. It's not much of a surprise that Dazai is a little freaked out, even repulsed by Mori, considering the guy keep insisting he returns to the Port Mafia and killed the former Mafia boss right in front of him. Mori was also the one who had raised Dazai when he had first joined the Mafia, he raised him to be the person he was. Dazai most likely doesn't like the feeling fo remembering the sort of person he was, who Mari had made him into before Dazai finally escaped and joined the Armed Detective Agency. 

Tuesday, April 11, 2017

OYA OYA, WE HAVE PREMIUM BOIIIIIIIIIIII

Look at this loser right here, my awkward little dork. Anywho, guess what we have? This super awesome President right here (me) just got us a free subscription to Crunchyroll Premium, and we may possibly be getting some goodies, still working on that part. So three cheers for your favorite lazy otaku, and look forward to coming to meetings and not having any adds. Also look forward to more frequent site updates and new anime showings, as now it's a lot easier to keep simulcasts organized. Thank you very much Crunchyroll, you are the ultimate bae.