Here it is, *sigh* the last episode of everyone’s balanced dose of fanservice and plot >.<
Which is more Tsukihi :3
It’s supposed to be her arc after all. In exchange however, we are introduced to two new and relatively intriguing characters.
I shall never look at a toothbrush in the same way ever again.
And it does so in magnificent Shaft fashion. Probably the best episode dialogue-wise so far in my opinion.
Likely so, but fortunately, Senjougahara has something else in mind in terms of vengeance. Six episodes strong is Nisemonogatari with some pretty interesting developments.
You know an episode is good if it makes twenty-four minutes fly by like you were just watching it for five. Well, it’s either that or I’m just happy to watch Nisemono.
Fourth episode in the books and Nisemonogatari continues to please its fans by giving us the best possible mix of bath scenes and plot development.
Yes, another week has gone by and we are now on episode 3 of Winter 2012’s Nisemonogatari. The story finally starts turning its gears with some pretty interesting developments, along with the introduction of the “big bad” himself. Oh, and did I mention more Senjougahara?
Here we are, episode two of Winter 2012’s Nisemonogatari. Re-introducing the trend from Bakemonogatari, the episode starts out with a distinct (and might I add nice) OP sequence for the first arc, which is the Karen Bee arc.