Allison & Lillia: Brief Post-Sub-Viewing Update

Okay, now that I’ve actuallyunderstood this episode (thank you subtitles), it makes much more sense (obviously) and the somewhat uneasy feeling I had after watching it raw (and not comprehending a fair amount of the important bits of the episode) is quite diminished. The strength of the series is indeed the writing (as I sort of figured from the fact that it’s based on a novel by Sigsawa Keiichi), and the script is quite strong, and the only really glaring flaw of the series thus far is the low-budget feel afforded by the character art. Since I was pretty down on the series with the original post (largely due to not comprehending much of it, although I did enjoy the episode) I figured I’d post this short update. Now that it’s at least going to be subbed, even if it’s going to be slow, I’ll stick with it a while longer, and probably the whole run. I probably should have waited for the subs, but I was quite curious and I didn’t know whether anyone would bother to sub it. Apologies.

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