- Kuranosuki’s crush on Tsukimi seems to go nowhere
- Shuss subplot (kuranosuki’s brother) just randomly stops
- What are they going to do with all those jellyfish dolls now that the building was randomly bought?
- Dose Kuranosuki ever find his mother?
This is my biggest problem with this episode: Tsukimi is an illustrator, not a seamstress!
This episode is demeaning to anyone who understands how hard it is to design well-balanced garments (it’s one thing to wear clothes but, it’s another thing to understand how they work). I truly believe that a girl who has no understand of shape, fabric or even different sewing techniques could win a professional fashion designer contest (The love of jellyfish can only take you so far).
There are so many questions just left floating in the ether.
So are mighty transvestite has managed to gain the trust of the other girls who live in the dorm (Poor girls turn to stone so easily). There was a lot of trial and error but he has managed to give them more confidence and even more amazing, makeovers!
His brother might look scary but I honestly wanted to cry after that woman made him think they did the deed. The poor guy is a virgin because of a traumatic experience that happened when he was little, the fact he is attracted Tsukimi is amazing.
Tsukimi name sound like Zucchini in the dub *shrugs*.
“Did you name me after a jellyfish?” XD I thought you were named after a vegetable.
I hope this anime dose not ruin itself by having a dreadful second half (many anime that had good starts have destroyed themselves trying to make dramatic/over the top endings).
I’m a rush to finish Princess jellyfish and Tamako market because I only have the ps3 for the this week only (I also have the big TV too myself).
I’m having to write things down by hand (no need to have the computer on if i’m watching TV).
*This is my farther computer*
This computer likes to glitch A LOT! The screen also has a loose plug (I’ts going to shock me if i’m not careful).
The show is about an illustrator who has a really bad obsession with jellyfish thanks to her mother telling describing the long tentacles as elegant wedding lace. This girl has always desired to be a beautiful princess but life has just not handed her the right saturation in order to boost her confidence (she need to see herself as attractive).
*I have known many fashion students with huge egos.*
The show is filled with odd ball humour that you just don’t see coming half of the time.
The girls at the dorm all have the own presence that leaves you randomly guessing what they are going to do next (they look like archetypes but there not).
I have always had a deep love for jellyfish so seeing an anime where someone is nerding out over them will always bring a smile to my face (same with mushrooms).
*That bombshell at had end left me in stitches (if you could predict that happening you deserve a medal).*
I do wonder if it was produced by the same people who did penguindrum because the style choices / geist feels similar (a signature way of talking/portraying characters).