Almost there folks, just one more episode and we can cross Pastel Memories off the list of… anime.
I may not be the last person still watching this anime, but I must be in a very slim minority of viewers that made it to episode 11. That, in itself, is an achievement if you think about it.
And you know what? Pastel Memories is still better than Divine Gate.
Although… the edgy part of Divine Gate IS pretty funny…
With season one and season two out of the way, it’s time to look at the third and final season of Rozen Maiden.
As you know, I ended up really enjoying the original two seasons of Rozen Maiden.
Jumping right into the more recent 2013 rendition of Rozen Maiden was something else.
In a good way!
Going to write this with minimal spoilers, like I did with the last two.
If you STILL aren’t convinced on Rozen Maiden, then perhaps this final review will do something about that!
Also known as Rascal Does Not Dream of Bunny Girl Senpai.
Moving forward to be referred to as Seishun Buta Yarou.
You know, there’s a lot I’d like to write about this anime.
So I will!
That’s right folks… it’s time for another episodic review of Pastel Memories…
We’ll get through this!
Remember all of those positive words I wrote in my episode 9 review?
There was a glimmer of hope still there for the series.
If that was hard to believe then, it’s a bit harder to believe now.
Pastel Memories Episode 10 – how was it?
It’s not looking good..
As stated in my Rozen Maiden S1 Review, Rozen Maiden was the anime I chose for the letter R of the anime A to Z challenge. I have finished both S1 and S2, and am currently watching the third season that aired in 2013.
If you haven’t yet read it, I would recommend reading my S1 review before this one – especially if you haven’t seen Rozen Maiden S1 / S2. Rozen Maiden S2 is a direct continuation of S1, so many aspects of the first season carry over.
It’s been a while since I’ve flexed my mental muscles with a never seen before review, so it’s about time I found something worthy of this.
The anime this time around is Idol Fight Suchie-Pai 2, otherwise known as Idol Fighter Su-Chi-Pai. Despite what the name may imply, this is actually the first rendition of this anime. Moving forward I’m just going to call it Idol Fighter.
Idol Fighter is a single 30 minute OVA that aired in 1996.
I’ll be looking forward to that charm that can only be found in older anime when I “watch” what happens in my mind.
Just a quick reminder that I have not seen this anime, and I am reviewing it anyways.
My high level prognosticating abilities allow me to accurately predict what happens in the anime with a 97% accuracy rate, based off of only information provided by the MAL details page.
Onto the review!
Pastel Memories is turning out to be a bit of a roller coaster ride.
Episode 8 had me convinced that the cafe scenes were going to be the only remotely entertaining parts of the anime!
We received some good content this time around.
Come for the cafe scenes, stay for the actual content.
At this rate, I just have to take each episode individually.
Time for some positivity.
What went right in Pastel Memories episode 9?
Is that a hime cut? You shouldn’t have!