Table of Contents
- Brief Review
- Morals and Ethics
- Long Review
Oh, I’m so sorry. You were hoping for something that emphasized more of the glamor than the gloom…
Table of Contents
First, this blog is by no means your typical anime or manga review blog. If you’re looking for a blog strictly devoted to that, you might check out Paper Chimes or Beneath the Tangles or anything that pops up in your internet search first. I don’t have that much time for anime. I happen to write about anime because I enjoy it and this is my freestyle blog.
By the way, the Red Wings are awesome, but you’re not going to get to see any in this show – Charcoal is in style. Sorry, bad pun.
First, if you don’t know what .hack is, see my post on the .hack franchise.
.hack//Quantum takes place in the World R:X, another generation of the MMORPG developed by CC Corp. The story is about three girls who hang out in the world: Sakuya, Mary, and Tobias. The first is a rambunctious character who inadvertently leads her friends into a cyber trap, and the fun goes on from there.
This blog is not intended for anime reviews and I have no intention of turning it into one (for one thing, I don’t watch enough anime). But, having watched Last Exile this past summer and having just finished Last Exile – Fam the Silver Wing (which I frequently refer to as “Last Exile 2”), I’d like now to give my commentary and provide critique and comparison of the Last Exile stories. But first, the summaries, since that’s what people are most interested in:
Since I am so adamantly against this game and yet frequently returning to its subculture, I thought I ought to address it. First, to be sure I wasn’t completely blabbering nonsense, I did some research on the Touhou Project at wikia (UPDATE: use this source instead: the Touhou wiki). This post is divided into two large sections: