Originally I wasn’t planing on watching this series. But since there will be three specials airing in April for it, I figured why not. This season for anime is very interesting, we have a shonen with an all female and now Sanrio Boys it a shojo with an all male cast. Episode review after the break. Continue reading “Sanrio Boys Episode 1”
I have feeling about CLAMP. I will do my best to be objective while watching this series.
But, I not making any promises.
Lets first talk about the title. This is a Chinese donghua or manhua, or manga or comic– what ever you want to call it, it all translates the same. So, there are three names for this show. The English is Fox Spirit Matchmaker, the Chinese Huyao Xiao Hongniang, and the Japanese enmusubi no youko-chan. This isn’t going to get confusing at all.
Baccano! is written by Ryogo Narita (writer of Durarara! you can read my review of it here) and illustrated by Katsumi Enami. It was first published in 2003 and is still on going. There is a two volume manga that is a side story for the series there is an other manga that is currently running that is an other side story for the series. There is also an anime that runs 16 episode, it came out in 2007. (I did a review of the anime you can check that out here) There is also are two drama CDs with two side stories on them. Also, there is a DS game that fallows the events of the anime and the second and third book.
Vampire Hunter D, Banpaia Hantā Dī in Japanese, was first published in 1983. It was written by Hideyuki Kikuchi, who has written a plethora of horror novels, and illustrated by Yoshitaka Amano, who is an artist, character designer, illustrator and a theater and film scenic designer and costume designer. There are 26 Vampire Hunter D novels, yes you read that right, 26. Since the release the light novel series has spawned; two animated movies, five audio dramas, a video game, a manga adaptation of the series, and multiple cross overs in to American comics. There is also an animated tv show in the works and talks of a live action film.
Vampire Knight,Vanpaia Naito in Japaneses, is written by Matsuri Hino. It was First published in 2005 and ran till 2013. There is a two season anime by the same name, based on the series. The second anime has guilty added to the title. There are also two light novel that fallow side stories from the characters in the Vampire Knight universe. There are also to drama CDs , a dating simulator and a live action musical stage play for the series. The live action came out in 2015, that is what we will be talking about today.