My Roommate is a Cat Episode 3 Review: Subaru's editor has cats in his brain and uses Haru as an excuse to intrude on Subaru at every opportunity. Meanwhile, Subaru is perplexed by the cat's seemingly inexplicable behaviour. Can a loner cope with so many things going on?
An author finds a cat and inspiration. That's about it, but it kind of works.
Space Battleship Tiramisu Zwei continues the trend of focusing on the minutia for its humour with this week both Isuzu and Subaru getting called on fairly petty things by minor characters.
Once again, Space Battleship Tiramisu proves itself baffling in the way it handles plot. It is almost as if it can't handle having a plot or a direction for too long and after an episode or even half an episode it literally jettisons whatever thought process was being followed to throw something random in before … Continue reading Space Battleship Tiramisu Zwei Episode 3: Yakisoba and Co-op Heroes
Well it turns out that Subaru and Isuzu's father is as flaky as either one of his sons and most of the episode focuses on a reoccurring joke involving him getting caught up in email scams. It didn't exactly have a lot of staying power so while it was nice to see why both the … Continue reading Space Battleship Tiramisu Zwei Episode 2: A New Durandel
Given I ended the season one review with a firm statement saying I was done with this show and not interested in a season two, it seems strange that as we go into the Autumn season that I was overcome with curiosity about what they were going to do in a second season. The final … Continue reading Space Battleship Tiramisu Zwei Episode 1: Subaru and Isuzu are Still At It
With seven to nine minutes per episode, one thing the anime had in its favour was even when an episode didn't click for me, it was over fast. The other thing that worked with the short form was that if a joke was particularly distasteful, it was usually done by the next episode. There were only a couple of jokes that carried over between episodes.