Ryanime’s Off Season Time

You might have noticed a huge span of time where I haven’t said a word. You might have noticed that I never covered Index 2 at all. Let me explain my reasons for those things.


I’ve been busy. Working seriously bites my time off in chunks. It’s also sad that I really do prefer doing Calculus problems instead of Blogging. Even this post is going to be short because, really, I don’t care right now now.

Still Going

I’m actually still watching episodes. Of what? I absolutely love Squid Girl. It’s way better than Index 2. That brings me to my second point; Index 2 sucked. I took the screen-caps of Index 2’s first episode two weeks ago or so and I was applauded at just how bad it was. I saw Railgun, then Index 1 and now Index 2 cannot measure up. At all. Surely it gets better like wine as I progress down the line of episodes, but that’s what marathoning is for.

I’m also watching this season’s new maid-show, you know, with the clumsy and no very maid-like girl? I can’t remember the name right now and refuse to look it up. It’s pretty good.

Not Really

I haven’t actaully seen Maid-show or Squid Girl in a while. I’ve been watching the first season of Letter Bee. Why? It reminds me of D.Gray Man. The hero of the story is young and unaware of his hidden powers, his true meaning. The world is similar, industrial punk, in a way. It seems more cheerful in a way, not as mature as D.Gray Man was, but nonetheless, pretty excellent. Allen Walker and Lag Seeing are very similar. Lag is a poor name choice though.


As soon as I’m done marathoning all the way through Letter Bee and then through whatever has come out of Letter Bee Reverse so far, I’ll return to the regular posting schedule.

Last commit.

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The result of mixing Ryan and Anime. I brought the slightly technical background knowledge to create and run this blog. I like slice of life, supernatural and grim horror anime series. I love the jokes hidden throughout anime and even my posts.

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