As Hinano stated, Mamoru-kun ni Megami no Shukufuku wo! is the anime that really confused all of us at the Anime Nano Podcast. The seemingly Lilliputian size of the green-haired kid coupled with the giant girl in that promo picture made us all give a collective WTF? But how can you go wrong when the anime’s official website is megadere.com!?
It’s totally beating every other Fall 2006 anime into the ground! The anime series popularity tag cloud thing that I implemented on Anime Nano shows how many times a series has been written about in the past 2 weeks. Kanon has already been mentioned 66 (make that 67) times! That’s almost 5 posts a day!
I’m guessing this anime is gonna be waaaay popular. Maybe even more popular than The Melancholy of Suzumiya Haruhi… I for one welcome our uber-moe overlords. Uguu~
Kanon was one of the first anime that I watched when I started out way back around 2001. It was on every list of “must see anime” and I have a feeling it still is on a lot of lists today. Fast forward to 2006. Kyoto Animation is handling the production of a remake of one of the greatest anime ever! Everyone’s expecting this to be pure win, but is it?
Just recently, Broccoli Books sent me a bunch of anime calendars to review. I don’t typically review calendars on my blog, but these ones are anime themed! I got two wall calendars: Disgaea and Samurai Champloo. I also got two desk calendars: DiGi Charat and Juvenile Orion.