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Hi again! I’m back! Hahaha~ Tak sampai sehari nak post lagi. Maklumla, orang yang baru blogging kan… Memang la cam ni… Hahaha XD

Okay! Tujuan saya pada petang ini adalah nak bagi tau satu kejutan yang saya sendiri pon terkejut. 326 more words


Hyouka: Thoughts and Impressions

It is with some sort of hesitation that I sit down to write about my impressions with regards to Hyouka. Hyouka is undoubtedly enjoyed by many of both genders alike since it does not fit squarely into the genre of shounen or shoujo individually, and the subject matters of school, mystery and slice-of-life is a combination that would be interesting to some. 671 more words


Photography and resolution of anime

A couple years ago, I wrote a piece talking about the Anibin blog and how the author measured resolution of anime by using the television broadcast. 1,093 more words


...and Hyouka in particular.

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Disclaimer: This post contains HYOUKA SPOILERS.

After the first time watching Hyouka, I was satisfied with it being a nice-looking, enjoyable slice of life with some mystery here and there. 2,144 more words


On rewatching in general...

Rewatching an anime can be very different compared to watching it for the first time. The suspenseful experience of a story-driven show can turn into one where you focus on appreciating the art, animation and music. 732 more words


Notes I wrote about Hyouka, while watching it

Exactly what the title says. I started watching Hyouka back in late December, and while I approach it with a slightly different attitude from how I did all that time ago (three to four months… Hey, I know that doesn’t seem like much, but that’s a long time for me, especially as a teenager.), I think that some of my older thoughts are still relevant to me. 746 more words


Reviews of yesteryear: Hyouka

Hyouka is an anime based on a series of novels by Yonezawa Honobu. The anime adaptation was handled by Kyoto animation. You may know them as the studio behind, Lucky Star, Nichijou, the Melancholy of Haruhi Suzumiya, and K-on. 456 more words