Time for Himawari to shine! Watanuki gets to finally hear his Lady Sunflower’s tragic fate and his reaction…well, befits a penultimate episode. Gotta keep the show going, eh?
I…I don’t know what I expected, but it was most certainly NOT that. Now, I’ll never think about this episode without images of leather-clad girls popping up in my mind. Add sexual innuendos, a cougar seducing a confused teen, not enough Yuuko onscreen, and we’re in for a really weird episode. Continue reading
This is the kind of precious work that I’m hesitant to tackle, for fear of tainting its magic. Even thinking about the movie is enough for the nostalgia to kick in, and I can feel my heart squeeze. But this movie celebrates its 20th anniversary this year (July 15th), so it’s an occasion I can’t miss. Go down the road with me as I return to the place where I belong, a land that never fails to soothe my soul.
For those who hate going to the doctor (like me), this episode provides some more reasons to fear them. Watanuki learns the ropes of being Yuuko’s apprentice and his first mission leads him to reassess his perspective on his connection to ghosts and spirits. What will the consequences of his awakening bring?
Angels aren’t always the saviors we think they are, and high school girls can hide dark secrets under their cute uniforms. This episode is all about choice, and Watanuki begrudgingly forms a duo with Doumeki against bad spirits, letting us witness the birth of a bromance. With Yuuko on our side to cheer on them, let the ship sail! Continue reading