Bringing up the name Kaishaku is always an interesting one. Most notable for writing the controversial yuri classic Kannazuki no Miko, the manga-duo Kaishaku are known to write their favorite things into their stories, whether they fit or not. Yuri, complex plots, mecha, mythology, cat-girls, returning characters, maids, heartfelt drama, and sometimes fanservice. You can guarantee that you’re going to be in for an… interesting experience.
Kyoushirou to Towa no Sora (also known as Shattered Angels) is no different: an experience.
Length: 12 Episodes
Genre: Mecha, Romance, Sci-fi, Slice-of-life, Yuri
Since we’re still in the middle of yet another year packed with yuri visual novels, it would be a crime to go without some fresh news for longer than a few weeks. So here we have some pretty damn awesome info for you. Let’s start right away with my personal favorite~
Okay, guys, hold on to your seats because what’s gonna hit you now is the best news ever! So MangaGamer yet again listened to our demands and will translate another Sono Hanabira title for us! Though, that is definitely not the best part of it, since it’s not just going to be any of the numerous SonoHana installments. No, it’s gonna be my personal favorite of all of them, A Kiss For The Petals – Maidens of Michael. This one is the first all-star title, featuring the first five couples the game series had to offer, as well as introducing one of my favorites, Miya and Risa.
Even though Lena has already reviewed the movie, there are some slight differences in the TV anime that that was based on, so I think a review of the original material seen through a different set of eyes is something worth exploring. Is A’s one of those instances where the sequel is better than the original? I think it’s a fairly easy question to answer…
It’s been a while since we last featured a guest review, which is a pity though, since there are so many more things to review, so many opinions around and simply so many topics to discuss. That’s why we’d like to encourage you guys to contact us whenever you have a post in mind, by updating our old How-To-Guide~
Having rebelled against the will of God, archangel Lucifer is cast out of heaven, doomed to spend the rest of her days in the pits of Hell. However, there is no way Lucifer would go without a fight, so by the time she arrives in Hell, she’s already made two allies, one being a human girl named Maria Totsuka—who she more or less unwillingly made her immortal slave—as well as the aspiring demon lord of envy, Leviathan. Together with these two, she begins her journey of revenge, challenging all of the seven deadly sins to reach her goal.
At long last, we’re finally getting around to covering another “classic” series with yuri undertones, Magical Girl Lyrical Nanoha. NanoFate is one of our Top 10 Yuri Pairings, so you’d expect the show to perform reasonably well in the yuri department, but does it have anything else to offer? Let’s get to the bottom of this~
Some of you already anticipated this exact outcome, but for others, this comes as a total surprise. For me, I kinda saw it coming, seeing just how much support this work has gotten from the very beginning. It’s also one of the few ongoing ones that besides Citrus—which for obvious reasons wasn’t featured in this tournament—is definitely one of the most popular ones around right now.
Personally, I had a feeling and the hope it would be this awesome kind of non-Japanese vs Japanese kind of finale, and that was actually how things had already turned out in the past few rounds. I just loved seeing your reactions to so many of the awesome and oh so close “fights” that took place this tournament.