Well... another season has begun. I would say another season has ended, except the winter season really hasn't ended for me until I've posted all of my reviews so saying that would be either hypocritical or ironic, depending on how cynical you are. BUT ANYWAYS, it's a new season! Let's talk about the future, if you will. I'm going to leave this topic relatively open, feel free to discuss how hyped you are for SNAFU TOO! or about how much you hope for Ani-TAY to become an official Kotaku sub-blog, or how you look forward to the day that Dexomega Days releases its blu-ray in the U.S. I hear Aniplex is licensing it, so it will cost more than you're willing to pay but not enough to stop your hand from reaching into your wallet anyways.
Header from Plastic Memories.
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Kevin and I have decided to move the roundup of weekly articles to a separate place, check out the Ani-TAY Drop for this week.
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