This is a new segment that was created by Trystan from Let’s Talk Anime who had one of the greatest aniblogger ideas. To create and start an aniblogger club of various anibloggers who can come and share their thoughts on anime. We hope this can provide insight into the seasonal anime seasons. TCTX Aniblogger Club logo credits go to Takuto from Takuto’s Anime Cafe!
Favorite OPs & EDs of Spring 2015-The Huge Anime Fan
My Teen Romantic Comedy is Wrong As I Expected. 2 OP
Harumodoki by Nagi Yanagi
I am unsure if many of you are aware but Nagi Yanagi the singer who sings for this season of My Teen Romantic Comedy is Wrong As I Expected. 2 also sang the first season’s opening theme song. While I dislike singing or music that is overly sweet sounding, Nagi Yanagi, proves you can do singing in an optimistic way that isn’t too overbearing. Her voice is beautiful especially when you note how her voice slowly stirs up and then can be capable of vocally echoing out. The talk in the anime fanbase is that Ms. Yanagi was once a guest vocalist of supercell! Supercell the unit that works on most of the theme songs of not only Guilty Crown but also the Psycho-Pass (Egoist) anime franchise. Now if you know Egoist or supercell it is safe to say you would have to be pretty talented in singing to be a guest vocalist. Then to top it all of, the Harumodoki OP, is complimented by colorless and colored inverted scales of the characters or places close to the main characters.
Seraph of the End OP
X.U. by SawanoHiroyuki[nZk]:Gemie
While I was pretty disappointed in Hiroyuki Sawano’s musical compositions for episode background music. He did, in fact, do excellent work for the OP or opening theme song of Seraph of the End. Looking at X.U. what might be hypnotic about the song as Jikman from Ganbare Anime notes is the electronica music used. Personally what I love about the song is the beginning placid singing. Untouched and unruffled. The singing begins very calm and by the end it explodes into something rather empowering. This song proves Hiroyuki Sawano’s undeniable talent in composing good songs.
My Teen Romantic Comedy is Wrong As I Expected. 2 ED
#1: Everyday World by Yukino Yukinoshita (Saori Hayami) & Yui Yuigahama (Nao Toyama) (eps 1-6, 8)
#2: Everyday World -Ballade Arrange-Yukino Solo Ver. -Ballade Arrange-Yukino Solo Ver.) by Yukino Yukinoshita (Saori Hayami) (ep 7)
Everyday World (Ballade Version) by Saori Hayami
I actually prefer Everyday Version #2 due to Saori Hayami being the singer that is emphasized more. Also Everyday World #2 has such a beautiful fuller piano accompaniment than version #1 and I am such a sucker for beautiful piano musical pieces. What I further love about the series is those in key decisions to the music theme songs decided to give anime fans two versions to look forward to. Making the watching experience of watching My Teen Romantic Comedy is Wrong As I Expected. 2 all the more special.
For anyone reading if you are interested and happen to also be an aniblogger we would love to have you as part of the TCTX Aniblogger Club. We as in Takuto from Takuto’s Anime Cafe, Trystan from Let’s Talk Anime, and myself are truly looking to foster a growth of crossover aniblogger interaction. While there are some excellent bloggers who blog about anime and manga most don’t always find it particularly easy to connect. This might help you find other anibloggers you might be interested in connecting with or finding other like-minded bloggers.
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Updated August 23. 2015