I wanted to talk about the tsukkomi role pertaining to the type of shows I watch and review.
Genre(s): Slice-of-life, Comedy
Aired: Jan 2017 to Mar 2017
Also known as: うらら迷路帖
Summary: All girls aspiring to become fortune-tellers gather in Meirochou, the town of fortune-telling. Chiya, a wild child who was raised in the mountains, meets Kon, who is always straight-laced; Koume, who loves all things western; and Nono, who is shy to a fault. Their adventures of apprentice fortune-tellers are about to unfold! Continue reading “Urara Meirochou – Anime Series Review”
And so this show about belly flashing and Uraras also comes to a close.
(Spoilers in this review) Continue reading “Urara Meirochou Episode 12 Review – “Baths and Celebrations Sometimes Have Smiles!””
The Rank 9 Promotional Exam concludes this week!
(Spoilers in this review) Continue reading “Urara Meirochou Episode 11 Review – “Chiya and Kurou Sometimes Cry””
Actual plot development happens in this episode! Oh, my stars and comets!
Plot progression? In this show? I couldn’t believe my eyes!
(Spoilers in this review) Continue reading “Urara Meirochou Episode 9 Review – “Mother’s Knowledge is Sometimes For Your Sake””
More of the usual fanservice in this episode, but there was also some actual drama. Not bad, Urara Meirochou.
(Spoilers in this review) Continue reading “Urara Meirochou Episode 8 Review – “Forbidden Things are Sometimes Totally Naked!””
The episode title, as usual, does a decent job summarizing what happens.
Well, folks, most stimulcast shows (besides BanG Dream!) have pumped out at least six episodes by now so I reckon it’s time for another Midseason Musings post! I’ll be talking about my feelings and impressions in regards to this season’s shows. How do they stack up?
(Spoilers in this post)