Random thoughts on Kanon

‘The Carrier has arrived.’

This is a quote excised from a powerful air unit in Starcraft (an aged game), and just to hear this quote would often mean the team’s rebirth or a win. Aside from the Battlecruiser, this unit along with its Interceptors just decimated everything in its path, and an army of this unit would often mean victory.

This was also the first thought that popped into my mind when the first episode of Kanon aired. Though I’m not much of a KyoAni fanatic, I do recognize the amount of work and detail they put into their anime series that I also similarly recognize them as the cream of the crop among the different animation studios (see Haruhi Suzumiya and Full Metal Panic: The Second Raid). I could glean from the different comments of different bloggers that the remake was of significantly higher quality and of such class that many are waxing lyrical to it. Indeed, it has started to become the Carrier (perhaps it may become the paragon of top-notch anime this year, although I personally still root for Honey and Clover II) of what is majestic anime.

On other things, I really do plan on watching Yamato Nadeshiko Shichi Henge because it reminds me of Ouran (which I have stalled indefinitely) and also because the task of turning a naturally beautiful girl into a beautiful woman from a state of catastrophic non-womanliness is simply quite inviting.

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