Today we'll complete the coverage of the loli basketball anime series Ro Kyu Bu, that with a last emotional build up during the final match completed its run.
The story concluded itself in a very open-end way leaving plenty of chances for a possible second season in the future. (depending on DVD sales I suppose)
Sorry for the late post today as well, but I'm getting hooked to the MajiKoi drama cds. I started listening to them to prepare myself for the anime and the future (January 2012) fandisk, but its slowly getting out of hand...:P
Let's go talk about the 8th episode of the summer season loli basketball anime series named Ro Kyu Bu. This series has a really low-quality animation, but it is quite funny and enjoyable to watch thanks to the focus on jokes and fanservice that they're retaining till now.
This 8th episode is dedicated to my favourite heroine Aoi Ogiyama, the childhood friend of Subaru and a talented basketball player that after much tribulations learns the truth about Subaru's mysteriously changed behaviour.
Here we are to talk again about the loli basketball anime series named Ro-Kyu-Bu that finally got to its seventh episode after the week break for the O-Bon Festival. (Strangely not all series stopped airing, but only some of them. I wonder why...)
This episode marks the clear transition of Ro-Kyu-Bu from a "anime about Basketball with a bunch of cute girls" to a "anime about cute girls with some basketball game here and there", and while this is not good for plot purpose is still entertaining enough for me to keep going forward in this series.
Here we are to talk about the 5th and 6th episode of the loli anime series Ro Kyu Bu that with a simple plot revolving comedy, a little bit of drama and a rather generous amount of fanservice around these five elementary schoolgirls is able to keep us in continue need of a new episode.
After the survival of the female basketball group (thanks to the victory against the male team) and the confirmation of Subaru's position as coach in the previous episodes, we go ahead and explore a little more the relationship between the various members of the team.
These two episodes are dedicated to the triplet of childhood friends Maho/Saki/Natsuhi (even if Natsuhi is not really a part of the team, but well) and to the upcoming match with a powerful opponent. I'm liking how our character are slowly becoming better and better playing basketball, even our Hina (my favourite character together with Tomoka) has been able to score a point!
The drama around the Maho's personality wasn't the best to watch (maybe it was too childish from my standpoint, but well they're child aren't they?!), but it was nicely interleaved with comedy fragments and fanservice fragments to keep us interested and was overally good.
Here we are to talk again about Ro Kyu Bu, the loliest series of this summer 2011, that is proving itself quite a interesting pick even if with less fanservice than I expected from a series sporting such a cute and attractive cast.
I have to say that I'm watching this series more for the relationship that is slowly developing between our main protagonist and the girls than for the basketball...even if I have also to admit that the match against the male team was quite emotional. I loved all the tactics they used to win the game, especially the Hina barrier's one they used toward the end of the match.
22/01/2013 00:01 : Two years! We finally made it. Thanks to everyone!
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