Model student dies playing WIXOSS, manga artist disgrace

By John Miller

Saturday the 26th of May 2018

 

Aoi Akira, the beautiful high school girl better known as popular model Aki-Lovely, is today missing presumed dead. Her hobbies were shopping and WIXOSS, and she is just the latest of many young girls to have their lives shattered by a deadly and addictive card game which is being marketed in backstreet alleys by the Japanese organised crime cartels fronted by Takara Tomy and JC Staff.

Her favourite foods were strawberries and melons. I’m sure she’s eating them right now in Heaven with  Chester and Jesus.

GOMENASAI, Linkin Park.

Eh so what else was good this week? Not much on Netflix apart from the first three seasons of Vikings and a re-watch of the only capeshit I’ll ever admit to watching, Dark Knight. Christian Bale always brings the kino, and Bane is like movie sex.

Hell Girl was way more enjoyable and better written than Season 4 of Vikings or any of the Netflix Originals, but that was on Crunchy.  They pretty obviously ran out of money to pay the VA’s halfway through production, and all the episodes are out of order. The introduction of a second Hell Girl in the middle of the series that gets immediately memory  holed is bizarre, but Studio Deen still managed to produce a show that was fun to watch and pretty entertaining desu. That kid on the tricycle tho, top kek.

Friday anime is back, BAYBAY. Hinamatsuri was flawlessly executed and gave us a bonus character, WIXOSS Batoru and Girldrama was on point, and Comic Girls was enjoyably comfy.

First of all, here is your moment of Ababa. It made me want to study less and read more manga. And that’s a good thing.

Here is your week 8 Hina clip with regular /x/-poster Mami-chan. How many great characters can one series manage to get over in a single Cour? Apparently as many as they feel like. This is effortless perfection.

Full disclosure: John Miller’s IRL name is Frank Faulkner. I’m an Aussie who’s keen on Conservative politics, Trump, and the Anime Right. DITF incoming, desu.

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