First, let’s get Kill la Kill out of the way. It is NOTHING like Tengen Toppa Gurren Lagann except in the most superficial aspects. From a story perspective, both the tale and the telling of it, it’s pretty much the opposite of TTGL.
If you want TTGL v2, then Samumenco’s your hook up.
No one was expecting anything out of Witch Craft Works. No one even thought it’d be some spectacularly atrocious piece of shit. This thing was cast aside into the pits of forgotten mediocrity before the first episode aired.
But nope. Just like some damned witch crawling out of the pits of hell seeking wicked vengeance, Witch Craft Works managed to not only crawl its way out of mediocrity, it did so kinda spectacularly.
Okay, so I went and read Adventures of Superman #41, which is Part 2 of “The Sound of One Hand Clapping”, a Superman/Joker crossover. I then to backtrack to issue #40. Here’s what I think of it and why the rest of the internet are wrong! (because I’m right!).
So yeah, the latest episode of Kill la Kill laid down the law. Barring another big surprise before things end (Which wouldn’t surprise me.), we got the scoop on what’s going on in this show. Said lowdown puts us in a bit of a conundrum here. Yeah, there’s some bad shit going down, but without said bad shit, we would be.
Deadlight put me on some Liebster hitlist the other day. They say it’s a way to get attention for little-seen blogs, but I think its true intent is to identify blogs for future culling. You can’t have millions of tiny little blogs using precious bandwidth and the like when said resources can be better used by the blogiarchy elite.
So if my blog and I mysteriously disappear one night, you know why. I was marked and subsequently eliminated.
That said, let’s play along with their sinister little game.