Chise Hatori has lived a life full of neglect and abuse, devoid of anything resembling love. Far from the warmth of family, she has had her share of troubles and pitfalls. Just when all hope seems lost, a fateful encounter awaits her. When a man with the head of a beast, wielding strange powers, obtains her through a slave auction, Chise’s life will never be the same again.
“ At first glance, the city of Fukuoka seems like a peaceful one, but under the surface, crime is running rampant. The city’s Hakata ward is home to the professionals of the underworld: professional killers, detectives, informants, professional revenge seekers, those skilled in torture, and more. And according to urban legend, a “killer of professional killers” has shown up in the city.”
I guess I finally manage to finish watching Side: Blue and it’s it now time to share with you my thought on it.
Unlike Blaze, I had a little idea of what I would found in this movie, while I haven’t read the light novel Side: Blue, I have read the manga Days of Blue and I already knew one of the character that would be introduced in the 2nd K Seven Stories movie so I was looking forward to it a little more than Blaze (but less than some others)
If you know me, you know that I’m a fan of the K franchise and that I was really excited for the 7 movie that was announced and of course I had to look out for them.
While I’m not a big fan of illegal streaming (when it come to anime), I knew I would have to look for fansub for those movie, however soon as I can buy the legal copy I will, buy all of them… (sorry bank account)
Now that I watch the first of the seven, I guess it’s time to write a post about it right,
The project’s premise follows Kouta Hasegawa, a high school boy that loves the yellow Pom Pom Purin dog. By mere coincidence, he ends up attending the same school as Yuu Mizuno, a boy who likes the bunny My Melody. Yuu tells Kouta that there’s nothing to be ashamed of for liking Sanrio’s cute characters. Together, Kouta, Yuu, Shunsuke Yoshino, Ryou Nishimiya, and Seiichirou Minamoto learn to accept their love of the characters instead of feeling embarrassed.
Nine centimeters (3.5 inches) tall, tiny girls Hakumei and Mikochi live in the forest. Living in a tiny house in a tree, riding insects and birds, and making umbrellas out of leaves, these tiny girls live a tiny life. Follow their tiny but lovely lives as they live their day-to-day in a fantastic world of tiny people and gods.