Live-action Gakkou Gurashi movie:
If they announced a second season of Zombieland Saga, I’d be on it like Tae on squid.
After the jump, my favorite fan-art to date…
So I’ve now watched the finale of Zombieland Saga, in which the Indians do, in fact, win the pennant, despite Sakura’s secret superpower.
While adding only one tiny hint of explanation, namely Our ZombieMaster’s deepest, darkest, dorkiest secret.
My overall rating for the series is two Stenza and a Pting. No, wait, that’s what I want to feed to Tae-chan; I meant four dried squid out of five.
In other news, I watched some really good Doctor Who episodes…
…involving River Song, Wilfred Mott, Donna Noble, Martha Jones…
Despite setting up and then cheerfully ignoring Chekhov’s Warning Sign, this week’s angsty teen zombie drama reveals that Our Heroine is trope-ariffic.
They also drop some more clues about Our ZombieMaster, but do not go so far as The Big Reveal. Instead, we’re in that crucial moment of the classic underdog sports story, where the hero has lost confidence the night before the big game.
While it’s kind of sad that a cheesy zombie idol anime is ten times more fun to watch than Doctor Who, it’s even sadder that it’s got more of a plot.
…which thickens in this episode, with a slap and a bang. Will they play it straight next episode, or go for the mind-fuck? Excuse me, braaiiiiins-fuck.
In other news, as the ratings for DW continue to drop, the rumor mill has Chibnall and Whittaker both leaving, either after one more season or as soon as the New Years special airs. The other rumors have the BBC just killing the show off completely. Either way, they’ll blame fans for being cisracistsexisthatinggarbage, which their shills are already doing in between bouts of ratings denial.
With three episodes left to go, I have a feeling they’re not going to explain the madness, just keep running with it.
As I mentioned a while back, the mobile game for the Is it wrong to try to pick up girls in a dungeon? franchise is chock full of story, much of it written by the original novelist, so it’s arguably canon. I wasn’t particularly impressed with the recent Attack on Titan crossover, but the current Christmas story includes a very interesting internal monologue that provides information on the popular mystery, WTF is Syr, really?.
Frantically chasing after a kidnapped little girl, Syr thinks to herself: