The entirety of episode 4 centers around determination and resolve. Mainly concerning Hiro and Zero Two, but also in small part with Ichigo and the rest of her team.
Episode 3 subtly dives into more details while keeping its steady pace of universe building and character development. Things get a little faster with the introduction of their very first actual mission. Of which, realities and gravity of all the characters’ situations are tasted.
After an explosive first episode that left a lot of questions about the story universe untouched, we enter episode 2.
So you’ve transferred schools and moved into a new place with your mom. Awesome. The new school your in now is an elite all girls school with a haughty like council president who sexually harasses you for your cellphone. Oh right, she’s actually your little sister from your step dad. I also forgot to mention that she moves in with you. Then big surprise, she gets all lesbian and steals your first kiss. What’s an older sister to do?
Hey there Sword Art Online fans! We have another karaoke release. It’s been a long time since our last one so we hope you enjoy this.
The song is Overfly by Haruna Luna and it’s the 2nd ending to the anime Sword Art Online.
Our afro-haired hero meets yet another team in this installment of Space Bros! This episode only briefly introduces the new characters and sets up the next story arc where he will begin training as part of the back-up crew. Nanba Mutta must work together with this oddball bunch to survive and finally accomplish his dream of going to the moon. Let’s go meet the team!
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Had some left over images that I collected for the Nichijou opening karaoke video post! Soooo I’ll just drop them in another post cause they’re pretty awesome if you’ve already seen the show. You might even spot some Easter eggs of some other shows in them if you look carefully!
|It’s all about that Nichijou!|
Nichijou is best slice of life comedy! Ok… I can’t say THE best because there sure are a ton of them out there and everyone is opinionated… BUT it definitely goes into my top 5 or less in that particular genre. I remember watching the first episode and going “whoa wtf lulz” and it kept me wanting more and more. The thing that caught my eye, and ears, the most were the opening, endings, and background music. The background music had an orchestral flair that fit well with an SOL setting and the op/ed was choreographed well.
Me and Kerplunk started this song a long long time using only Sony Vegas. It was time consuming and we didn’t really have any to spare at the time. It became a mission to finally finish it but instead of Sony Vegas I ended up just using Aegisub for the subs and Adobe Premiere Pro for video stuff.