SeitoCast

The student council anime podcast

SeitoPost #1 (in lieu of SeitoCast Episode #4)

Woops!

Hello there Seitocast fans, and welcome to this week’s episode of Seitocast!  Wait… what?

Due to a series of terrible tragedies and poor scheduling, we were unable to get the four of us online and at the same time to record this week’s episode.  Since it is now Friday and we’re three days behind The Schedule, I’ve decided to throw up some quick reviews on the shows I’m watching.  This will only cover anything that aired on or before Tuesday July the 26th, and everything after that point will be covered in next week’s episode of the ‘cast.  Hit the jump to see the commentary.

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First Impressions – Bunny (Usagi) Drop

Yeah I prefer to use the English titles, what of it.

Bunny Drop is one of the summer season’s two noitaminA shows.  It’s an adaptation of a manga of the same name by Production IG and Fuji TV.  It tells the story of Daikichi, an unmarried 30 year old, who adopts his grandfather’s illegitimate child, Rin.

Rin-chan~

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First Impressions – Kamisama no Memo-chou

Alice tearing up.

Kamisama no Memo-chou is the story of Alice, a “NEET Detective” and Narumi, a generic male lead.  Alice solves mysteries and crimes from her apartment, by using the internet, listening devices, and a ragtag pack of assistants.  Narumi is unknowingly dragged into being one of her assistants (who could say no to that face?) and helps solve a missing girl case.  The show is created by JC Staff, one of the most hit or miss studios around.   In particular they suffer from weak generic male lead syndrome.

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