Unfortunately this is the last Show By Rock!! episode I’m able to blog, since I’m going to America for two months and thus won’t be able to do the last three. Which is a huge shame because a)I’m really enjoying the show and would love to blog it to the end and b) the end of this episode is….well. That’s what this review’s for!
I still do want to blog the rest; but it will probably have to be a batch review after I return…a month after it finishes, unfortunately, although I won’t be able to blog anything next season for the same reason. (unless I -also- do a batch review for the first 3-4 episodes – I can watch stuff on my ipad during downtime after all) I’m working on a draft of another doll review so I can finish writing it at the airport, but after that there most likely wont be any posts from me until August.
Ariana and Skins will be taking care of First Impressions and may not be able to cover everything but we’ll see. If I manage to watch any of the new stuff, I’ll still be leaving my opinions in the comments of their reviews as usual.
Lastly…if any Australian readers are going to SMASH in Sydney this August 8-9, I’ll be in the artist alley as TorinoArt! Come and say hello.
With all that out of the way, let’s get back to Show By Rock!!
Moeronpan’s back! And damn, of all the episodes for me to miss reviewing it just had to be the one with the extended No More!parody. Anyway said parody was beautiful and made me very happy, and its kind of terribly ironic that the sole reason for my inappropriate crush on Kamiomi is my object-head fascination —and then he goes and cosplays the source of said fascination for a full episode. Anyway.
Yes, I’m doing one big lump review, so the summaries and whatnot are pretty brief. I might just do this with my “proper” reviews just to get things out faster (because I already foresee a pretty heavy schedule coming up on my end schoolwork-wise). Also, apparently; Victorique’s actual name is supposed to be spelled “Victorica.” It makes a lot more sense so I’m keeping it in this and the later reviews of Gosick.
I’ve tried to keep spoilers to a minimum, but this series IS a mystery one; so read at your own risk.