the otaku wonderland
Note: Major spoilers in this post. Episode 4, 11 and 20 will be heavily referenced.
Idolmaster is an anime I desperately needed a rewatch of. I watched it at a time when I’m still not as opened up to the idol genre as I had now, and because of that, I wasn’t able to invest much in the drama, story, characters or even music. Finally done myself a favor of rewatching it recently however, I discovered a great ship – Haruka X Chihaya.
I’m sure you remember when Phantom World’s first episode was aired, everyone was like “KYOANI WHAT HAVE YOU DONE!?” Because well… the fanservice is really on another level.
Note: This post contains NSFW material.
Because Vocaloids are entirely fan-based, it has something that mainstream music doesn’t-freedom, and that freedom includes lyrics as well. Some Vocaloid lyrics can get so explicit you would wonder if it’s even okay to be even uploaded to the internet, much less performed on stage.
Since today’s April Fool, just for shit and giggles, I’m going to recommend you guys some lewd Vocaloid songs I know. Before I begin though, remember this post? I originally wanted to follow the same format but I figure there’s no need for me to analyze these songs that deeply, considering some of these songs are just so blatant. I mean, there’s even a song blatantly called “Sacred Spear Explosion Boy”… ( ͡° ͜ʖ ͡°)
But what I will do instead, I will post the original PV of the song, and copy/paste the full lyrics for your perusal (I will also put up the source which has Japanese/romaji if you need them), then perhaps some brief comments from myself. Enjoy.
Now as for this third part of the post, I’ll talk about how I grade titles. It won’t be a massive wall of text unlike the previous post in case you’re worried. This post is basically just an expansion of this page.
So in this part, we will finally delve into what goes into my mind, what I consider when I actually review/grade. Before I begin though, I’m going to slightly brief through how I usually structure my reviews. I usually start with an introduction, then a synopsis to describe the story’s premise. After that, I critique the story, characters, technicalities (graphics, sound, etc…) and finally, a conclusion, all in that order; albeit with pictures in between.