“A..a..a..araragi-kun is such a hentai… ”
Seriously? Araragi? Just because she’s a ghost that doesn’t mean you can do all that to her… well, not that anyone’s gonna be able to catch him and prove it in court. Damn, he might be on to something there.
After over 2 years of waiting, Nisemonogatari is finally in our hands. Bakemonogatari, without a doubt, is the most successful anime adaptation by SHAFT so far and immediately elevated NisiOisin to a household name (amongst otakus) and many fans have been waiting patiently for the follow-up.
So after all that wait, I’m glad to see SHAFT’s unique touch with the show hasn’t been changed. Nisemonogatari isn’t going to win any technical awards for animation, but I’ll be damned if it doesn’t win the best dialogues award. After all, we have stuff like this
As they say, you don’t love someone enough until you’re willing to eat their shit!
Of course, while the usual favourites are still around, the selling point of Nisemonogatari is definitely Arararagi’s sisters, Tsukihi and Karen, of both which we only got short glimpses in the first season. Unfortunately, Karen’s absent for the premiere but Tsukihi’s around. Just that, well…
Tsukihi would be so cute if she wasn’t so bitchy…
I mean, really.
Can’t she sit properly?
Damn, girl. Where are your manners?
I sure feel Araragi’s pain in dealing with them now… just Tsukihi alone is already quite a handful, and then Karen’s probably able to beat your sorry ass up as well? Hurrrrrr