There are quite a bit of changes to how Sakura Trick is presented as of this episode. Some of these changes, from a technical point of view, can only be viewed as positive. For example, DEEN seems to have gotten enough money to significantly improve in-between animation, bar episode 1. Continue reading
First of all, I have to apologize for being inactive for quite some time. Real life sucks away virtually all my free time. In fact, I have dropped every anime I’m watching except for Sakura Trick, Log Horizon, Chuu2Koi Ren and Saki. . Continue reading
What can I say? I’m a sucker for cute and sweet stuff. Continue reading
I’ve seen in quite a few places (MAL, Facebook, Twitter) that there seems to be a heated argument regarding the anime adaptation of Sakura Trick. Detractors tend to argue that Sakura Trick is an anime intended to please a predominantly male crowd, and that lesbians are overly idealized in the context of the show. Heck, the heat is even worse outside of 4chan, where I expected most of the flak would come from. Continue reading
It shouldn’t come as a surprise to anyone what a guy who has the main characters of Sakura Trick as his avatar would think of its premiere episode. Aside from some issues too obvious to ignore, I have to say that I really liked this first episode. Continue reading
Chances are that if you’re a fan of girls’ love in your anime and manga, you might just come across this little gem called Sakura Trick!. The anime adaptation will start airing in just a few days, too. But I’m not here to promote it in a traditional sense— I’ve done enough of that already even before I started this blog. Instead, I’ll talk about how important Sakura Trick! is to me and every other yuri fan out there, regardless of whether you like the manga or not.