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…
Another day, another work of art by Akatsuki Records.
I knew Touhou’s soundtrack was good, but I am so impressed with how good these Akatsuki Records interpretations are. Transforming classic game soundtrack into beautiful and dynamic songs. It’s really something else.
The song this time is another great example of this!
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.
Something that I really enjoy about these 暁Records (Akatsuki Records) songs is that they all feel and sound so different. And this is due to the fact that these songs each use a different Touhou track as inspiration. Not only that, but the PV’s themselves are also very well done and fun to watch.
Last song I reviewed was LOVE EAST.
This time I’ll write a few words for WARNING×WARNING×WARNING: