Posted on 27 June 2007 with categories: Random Posts, Wellber no Monogatari ~ Sisters of Wellber

Wow!

I just finished my write-up for the last episode of Wellber no Monogatari, I’m about to write the review for it, and then I run into this!

I know I joked in my post how a Greedham no Monogatari ~ Sisters of Greedham anime would be quite a possibility,, but I never expected the timing of the announcement to be so perfect. Ah well, that’s one series I’ll be looking forward to. The first season knew how to tell a story and it knew how characters need background in order to become interesting, so I’ll be looking forward to when this series will focus on Tina’s backstory.

I just wish for this for this series to get subbed soon, because I can understand that not a lot of people would understand my enthusiasm with only three episodes released. The series really gets going with episode six, so let’s hope that when that episode gets subbed, it’ll get more attention than it is now.

3 Responses

  1. Senna says:

    I’m with you on the “hope this gets subbed soon.” I’ve only watched the first three episodes, but I think from reading your posts that I’ll like the rest of the series a lot. And it’s fantastic that there’s going to be a second season!

  2. Chikane says:

    I totally love this series! I watched the whole series unsubbed and i got most of what was going on but i cant wait for it to get subbed and for the second season!^^

  3. psgels psgels says:

    Oh, finally I see another fan of this anime. :) I’m just getting a bit worried that there haven’t been any new releases for over a month on this series.

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  • feri
    (Wednesday, Sep 17. 2014 01:20 PM)
    Yamaha R15 dan Yamaha R25 Motor Sport Racing dan Kencang
    http://tiny.cc/yamahakencang
  • AidanAK47
    (Wednesday, Sep 17. 2014 12:54 PM)
    I didn’t think Tears to tiara was that bad…though I watched it with the dub. Certainly made it more entertaining. Ah…those accents bring a smile to my face every time.
  • AidanAK47
    (Wednesday, Sep 17. 2014 12:51 PM)
    And finally c) The very existance of Guilty crown disproves your theory five times over. F*cktons of money thrown at it, was a goddamn trainwreck.
  • AidanAK47
    (Wednesday, Sep 17. 2014 12:50 PM)
    b) Ignoring all anime with limited budgets and great storytelling and using low brow comedy as a gauge for quailty. Seriously get the f*ck out. Comedy shouldn’t be used as a gauge because out of all genres it is without a doubt the most subjective. And it’s enjoyment is heavily dependant on the person and the mood. You don’t go to comedy for 5 star drama.
  • AidanAK47
    (Wednesday, Sep 17. 2014 12:46 PM)
    Well he’s likely gone by now but…
    @Kurozuka, sigh. Honestly to try and prove that a single factor is the cause of the entire gauing of an animes quailty is completle idiocy. Forget proving your credintals, you have to prove you have respectable intelgence first. Because
    a) Emma said it for me but again. More money = less risks. The more money you pour into something, the more generic it becomes.
  • Bam
    (Wednesday, Sep 17. 2014 10:17 AM)
    @Emma: Hence my offputing attitude towards generic anime in general.
  • Emma
    (Wednesday, Sep 17. 2014 10:12 AM)
    But yeah, I don’t finish stuff I don’t like any more, actually don’t care about is probably a better choice of words than don’t like.
  • Emma
    (Wednesday, Sep 17. 2014 10:00 AM)
    Tears to tiara has a ridiculous amount of unnecessary characters, the pacing and direction is a disaster , the characters are bland and the end twist is embarrassing, it was a lifeless and empty anime that put me off the medium for some time, I should have never did the “it might get better” “I have to complete it” mentality back then.
  • Emma
    (Wednesday, Sep 17. 2014 09:57 AM)
    I plan on doing a third watch of Hako come to think of it soon.
  • Bam
    (Wednesday, Sep 17. 2014 09:55 AM)
    @Emma: Hmmm … they both sound interesting. I actually like the artwork that I found on mouryou no hako and actually have no problem with fast dialogue (I kept up with Tatami Galaxy with not much problem after all) so Imma download an episode of each and give ‘em a go tonigt. Thx.

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