Obligatory Quarterly “What I’m Looking Forward To” Post

The wonderful time of winter season is almost upon us, and I’d like to take some time to share what I’m baselesly looking forward to.

Okami to Koshinryo (The Wolf and the Spices): I knew next to nothing about this anime, but then I read this and I was like “Whoa, Renaissance? Merchants? Spices? WOLF-GIRLS? RESEARCHED SETTING? GOOD CHARACTERIZATION?” and it pretty much shot up to “must-watch.” I really need to get my Japanese reading skills better than they are, so I can read these things.

Zoku Sayonara Zetsubou Sensei: After I finish the first one, of course.

Hatenkou Yuugi: Imagawa Yasuhiro being involved in any project makes it automatically worthwhile (I need to watch Bartender sometime…). The premise sounds interesting, but Imagawa’s involvement makes me even more excited.

True Tears: Another show I’m looking forward to due to a staff member’s involvement, this time Nishimura Junji. He did a lovely job with Simoun that I think he might make this show fun to watch. And, hey, maybe it’s yuri!

Rosario + Vampire: It’s probably going to be a fanservice-fest, which isn’t a bad thing, but I was told this was pretty fun, so I’m going to give it a shot.

Porfy no Nagai Tabi: I can’t even identify what novel this is based on, but it’s being directed by MOCHIZUKI. TOMOMI. Instant must-watch.

This might be updated as more details roll in.

2 Responses to “Obligatory Quarterly “What I’m Looking Forward To” Post”

  1. 1 rah2 29 November 2007 at 10:18 pm

    So far I am only gonna watch Spicy Wolf (You know Horo is gonna be one spicy wolf girl), Zetsubou Sensei Season 1, True Tears (So pretty), and Harukanaru Toki no Naka de 3 ~Kurenai no Tsuki~, which I am sure you have no interest in :p

  1. 1 Advanced Forays into New Types of Anime Blogging Never Seen Before « Anime wa Bakuhatsu da! Trackback on 11 December 2007 at 8:04 pm

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