What are Kirara Jumps, you ask?
Haaaah, this is day five outta five of my collaboration with Acacia Aurora and we’re breaking the mold with the “Worst Three OTPs!” We kind of took a brief break but here it is! It’s our last collab for this series, whooooa
But, yeah, I think these pairings are no good and the characters are better off being paired off with someone else or being alone. Nothing wrong with being alone, okay? Okay. Yeah.
And the featured image is supposed to be the ugliest ship I could find. Because these ships suck.
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Most of the time it’s clear that the viewers are supposed to be paying attention to a specific thing that’s on screen, like a character’s expression or what a character is doing.
But sometimes something silly, be it goofy dialogue or some slapstick humor, happens in the background. These background events typically don’t progress the plot, but they do make for some entertaining moments at times.
Genres: Slice-of-Life, Comedy
Aired: Jul 2013 to Sept 2013
Also known as: Kinmosa, Kin-iro Mosaic, Kin’iro Mosaic, きんいろモザイク, KINMOZA!
Synopsis: Oomiya Shinobu once left Japan to participate in a homestay in England. During her time there, she became close friends with Alice Cartelet, the daughter of the family she was living with. However, when it was time for Shinobu to return to Japan, the two were able to express their sorrow despite the language barrier between them.
Five years later, now a first year student in high school, Shinobu receives a letter by air mail in a language she does not understand. This letter is penned by none other than Alice, detailing her own homestay in Japan. In fact, Alice will be attending Shinobu’s high school and living with her! Alongside their friends, Inokuma Youko, Komichi Aya, and Kujou Karen, the five girls learn about what their different cultures have to offer, day after day.
I was just curious about people’s stances about series reviews. To give some context, I’m trying to put out at least one series review a week so visitors of my blog aren’t bored of my minimal content. This week, for example, I wrote about Yuuki Yuuna. I watched it back in Dec 2015 and I still remember nearly everything that happens within said show, so I felt confident in my statements and critique. Continue reading “Question about Series Reviews, Plans for Visual Novel Reviews, and Real Life Update”