Tokyo Godfathers has become a little Christmas tradition for me now - for the past three years, I've seen a least a little bit of Satoshi Kon's 2003 film. It's now an element of Christmas that I can only compare to watching a nativity play.
Usually for conventions, I don't get much sleep, but this year I didn't sleep a wink. I just wasn't tired enough. I did try to get some sleep because I knew the day would be so busy, but each attempt of getting sleep simply failed. Regardless, I got out of bed at about 3:30 in the morning and began getting ready for the convention.
The sad reality, however, is that this show wasn't as incredible as it sounded. I should have stopped at the synopsis, but I continued. I watched the first episode. I was left confused. I had so many questions. I didn't know what the heck was going on. But the ED was a jam and so I found myself continuing even still.
Life has been a little hectic lately, so much so that I haven't actually had chance to sit down and watch anime and so the chances of me actually having content to give to you guys have been pretty slim. However, here I am going to talk about, however, are my plans for the next few weeks...
It's been awhile since I've checked in with you guys officially and that is to my own disappointment. This is honestly just a post to say, "Hi, I'm still alive" and that posts will be resuming soon now that things at uni have settled down again.
Joshiraku follows a group of girls who discuss random things, reaching conclusions that are far from the initial conversation. That is more or less how it was sold to me. Cute girls discussing random sh*t. And, in all honesty, it's not too far from the truth.
"I don't even know why I'm planning to watch this - I disliked the first season so much. Oh well." Without further ado, let's get onto the list of shows that I'll have an eye next season!