Warning. The post will contain spoilers for Clannad After Story. If you have not seen Clannad After Story, I highly recommend that you do not read any further at risk of spoiling some incredible moments.
Recently, I managed to finish Clannad and Clannad After Story. Overall, I was very pleased with it, but if I have any complaint, it is that I just did not like the ending of Clannad After Story. It was not a bad ending strictly speaking. The illusionary world and the light orbs were worked in from the very beginning and the ending did not leave me thinking “what just happened?” Additionally, it was nice to finally see Tomoya’s family finally find happiness together. However, I just didn’t feel that the ending fit with the themes of the rest of the story. Continue reading
This post contains spoilers for Another. If you have not watched up till episode ten and don’t want to be spoiled it is advised you do not read this post.
I am enjoying Another for a variety of reasons. It has a great (not to mention creepy) setting that keeps me excited to see it unfold. I do get frustrated by the pacing at times, but it isn’t enough to deter my enjoyment of a good horror show. We are two episodes away from the finale, and with the recent developments at the end of the last episode, things are going to get a bit sticky. While I believe that Another has what it takes to pull off a good ending, I do want to see Kouichi finally take an active role in the story. Continue reading
I haven’t written anything about Nisemonogatari for quite some time now (I haven’t written about Another or AnoNatsu in some time either, but that’s a different story), but it is for a good reason. At the time I had mixed feelings about the show, but now that we are nine episodes in and I’ve taken a good look at what it has presented, I can honestly say that I don’t really like Nisemonogatari. Continue reading