Anpan guy will be banned due to spamming things for days.
#268: An Inspector’s Love Begins with an Inspection (Mirrorcreator | DL Pastes)
Why isn’t there any supernatural entity involved in awakening their abilities? Tone suddenly gets dark here. Those revelation doesn’t make sense to me.
At least put it like “There was a certain shaman that put a curse into these sons of man…” or “a forbidden technique that had been passed down from their ancestors for generations…” something like that…
#65: We No Longer (Mirrorcreator | DL Pastes)
Love how the story unfolds there. Reminds me a little bit of FMA where both protagonists became fear of human casualties. The enemy’s defensive strategy is really good. No wonder the Parsian army suffered heavy attacks that easily, not to forget that arrogant king.
Great episode. Looking forward to see how this one sided war ends.
#2: Age Fourteen: Maiden Battle (Mirrorcreator | DL Pastes)
LOL that Shinchan’s head punishment tho… Haha, this show is so ’90s. Brings back the nostalgia during my childhood.
Marina Inoue’s voice acting is always as pleasing as ever. Last time I heard her voice was in Tales of Hearts R on Vita that I finished 2 months ago where she took the role as Kohaku Hearts.
#2: The Memory of the Red Ring (Mirrorcreator | DL Pastes)
Dude, Gin is trolling hard right there LOL. I love how they adapt the manga SFX part pretty well in this anime. SFX is the real deal here, haha… Also, that Matsui stick is so OP for an ordinary stick.
My boy Zura also makes an appearance here too, wait Katsura I mean… And the Shinsengumis too. Love the old guys are back for living things up. Without them, Gintama will never be completed.
#267: Even a Matsui Stick Can’t Handle Some Kinds of Dirt (Mirrorcreator | DL Pastes)
Those characters are evolving in such an interesting ways. I found it so weird that despite their younger age, their voice retains the same as the older ones. Well, maybe they want to save voice acting costs of hiring another VA by doing that.
#64: …Sorry (Mirrorcreator | DL Pastes)
Another throwback to classics. This time it’s based on the manga of the same name by Rumiko Takahashi. I assume you guys are familiar with InuYasha series.
It is safe to assume that RIN-NE is a mix of InuYasha and Ranma 1/2. Why? Japanese folklore blended with romantic comedy. I love the old comedy antics she threw into this. They sound awkward at first, but those are some rare stuff that we’ve seen nowadays. This anime is pretty fun to watch too, seeing them dealing with wandering spirits and whatnot.
The antagonists haven’t show up yet so this is more like an introduction to the series. Brains Base picked this up, that’s a yes from me.
#1: An Enigmatic Classmate (Mirrorcreator | DL Pastes)