Well, March is now over and done with, folks. Where were you when you realized that a quarter of the year 2017 CE has passed you by?
And then the series took a few steps back with this episode. (Spoilers in this review) Advertisements
The series continues to progress slowly and predictably. (Spoilers in this review)
In other words: Remy rambles.
So Acacia Aurora, also known as Auri, came up with a cute challenge for our collaboration!
Episodes: 13 Genre(s): Music Aired: January 2017 – April 2017 Also Known As: バンドリ！ Summary: Ever since she was a young girl, Toyama Kasumi has always been looking for the “Star Beat”, a sparkling sound she once heard while staring up at the night sky. Just after entering high school, Kasumi comes across a “star-shaped guitar” in the storage area of an
Despite the fact that the girls have decided to try to succeed in earnest, they continue to run into trouble. Bringing in more tourists isn’t as easy as it seems. (Spoilers in this review)
Another FA Girl is introduced, another battle happens, and another scenario that borders on slice-of-life occurs. (Spoilers in this review)
Sometimes a bland and boring show manages to show some promise by episode 3. The rule is thus upheld etc. I would say that Twin Angel Break would be one of these types of shows. (Spoilers in this review)
And here we come to the end of another series. (Spoilers in this review)
This episode showcases Hinako’s slow improvement regarding conversing with others as well as her naivety. In other words, Hinako Note is staying true to its roots as a slice-of-life series due to its steady, unrushed sense of progress. (Spoilers in this review)