I'm pretty sure I only caught about half the references in the series. But that's on me because I haven't seen a lot of the shows they're referencing (Initial D, for one).MojaveRena wrote:The humour is quite fast when you think about it, they tell one joke and then move on to the next one. I think that takes a lot of talent to not make the viewers too confused about the speed of the jokes.
I don't know, I think yawning often just means you're tired, which doesn't have to be the anime's fault. I find myself yawning regularly while watching. That's probably because I mostly do it right before bedtime .MojaveRena wrote:They say the moment you start to yawn is the moment you are losing interest in the anime.. But if it's something I'm interested in then I find I can sit and watch more.
If there's a chance to watch it in English, I'm still very much open . I enjoy sad, upbeat, twisted and star-crossed romance stories all the same.MojaveRena wrote:I still think I'm Joybo is getting an English dub some time soon, but I can't trust Youtube on dub announcements unless there is a trailer or something. That show was quite touching if you like sad romance stories.
I remember the name - definitely heard her in at least 2 roles. I believe she has blue hair in her BtVA picture, doesn't she? Let me check...MojaveRena wrote:One voice actress who got a good start was Sarah Wiedenheft, I don't know if you know her but some people were skeptical about her voice range as she is often only voices loli characters. But the thing is, she is really good with voicing those characters so her fans (and me) want her to continue what she does best. For me, she will always be Takagi from Skilled Master Takagi-san, it's quite a recent anime so no worries if you haven't watched it.
Oh, it was silver hair, but a blue dress .
Ooohhh, she was Yuki in Interviews with Monster Girls! Also Tohru in Miss Kobayashi's Dragon Maid, plus she had roles in Love Live! Sunshine and Konohana Kitan. As much as I loved Interviews (watched it twice), I still haven't memorized her voice yet. Maybe Takagai-san will change that. The show is very much on my "plan to watch soon" list.
So, I'm curious: In general, would you say that you prefer animes with a realistic setting or shows with a different premise (fantasy, supernatural, science-fiction etc.)?