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Anime of the Week (6/2 – 6/8)

Anime of the Week – Gargantia on the Verdurous Planet
Ledo encounters a juvenile Hidiaazu At what point does a human stop being human? At what point does a person stop being a person? And at what point can you be forgiven for being fooled by propaganda?                              
June 2 Attack on Titan Ep. 9 It doesn’t matter what you say or how you say it, even if it’s the truth there will be some who don’t believe you.
HenNeko Ep. 8 Yokodera is no saint, but the fact that he had the opportunity to wish for his paradise and didn’t shows he’s not so bad.
June 3 Gargantia Ep. 9 I’d suspected all along that the Hidiaazu originated from the Earth just as humanity did, but I didn’t expect this twist.
Leviathan Ep. 8 When enough coincidences start to add up, it’s easy to mistake the natural connections between our lives for fate.
June 5 Date A Live Ep. 10 I love how the plot has managed to creatively and logically explain why all these girls are clustering around Shidou.
Devil Survivor 2 Ep. 8 All bets are off. There’s barely anything left in the anime’s story that even vaguely resembles events in the game.
June 6 Otoboku Ep. 5 I’ve found something I have in common with protagonist, Mizuho. Despite being guys, the two of us both have our mother’s hair.
June 7 Maou-sama Ep. 10 Yes, we get it. Maou Sadou has been very circuitous about his methodology of returning to power. Now hurry up and reveal.
June 8 Railgun S Ep. 9 I’d hope that pursuing a path to uphold your morals gives you a strength of conviction that an unscrupulous person lacks.
Red Data Girl Ep. 12 There are times when we feel helpless and it seems all we do is hurt those around us. But we are never truly alone.

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One response to “Anime of the Week (6/2 – 6/8)

  1. japesland June 10, 2013 at 10:12 am

    “At what point does a human stop being human? At what point does a person stop being a person? And at what point can you be forgiven for being fooled by propaganda?”

    I LOVE when a series makes you ponder questions like these. I’m super excited to see how Gargantia deals with them in the remaining few episodes.

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