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Night Is Short, Walk on Girl

Night Is Short, Walk on Girl

Night Is Short, Walk on Girl anime movie cover art
Night Is Short, Walk on Girl

Movie Overview

Night Is Short, Walk on Girl (Yoru wa Mijikashi Arukeyo Otome / 夜は短し歩けよ乙女) is an anime movie that’s set within the same universe as the series The Tatami Galaxy, yet isn’t a sequel. Also, I’m not sure why the English title of this movie doesn’t begin with “The,” but we’re just going to ignore that.

Anyway, the movie is told from the perspectives of two main characters. First and foremost, we have the female lead who’s the true protagonist of the movie. She doesn’t have a name, but she’s referred to by the male lead as “the Raven-Haired Maiden.” I’ll be referring to her as “the girl” from now on.

The second main character is the male lead, who also doesn’t have a real name. The girl refers to him as “Senpai,” so that’s what I’ll continue to refer to him as. While the girl and Senpai look very similar to Akashi and the unnamed male lead from The Tatami Galaxy, it should be noted that they are different.

I bring this up because there are quite a few characters who appear in both that series and this movie. Specifically, if you’ve seen that series, then you’ll probably be familiar with Higuchi, Ryouko, Johnny, Jougasaki, Kaori, and Ozu (who goes by a different name this time around).

As for what the movie is about, that’s hard to say. It’s about one, severely alcoholic girl’s night out on the town. She out-drinks everyone she meets, performs in a flash musical, rescues used books from a nefarious collector, survives a pandemic, and more. And yet, in the end, I’m still not entirely sure what it was about.

Just Some Things I Liked

While I enjoyed the movie overall, I’d like to use this section of the review to go over some of the things I liked most about it. To start, I really liked the fact that watching the movie, you actually get the sense that there’s way too much happening for it to take place in one night.

The only scene of the movie that doesn’t happen within a single, eight or so hour span is the final scene at the end. Everything else occurs in the span of a single night, which is a fairly important point. The idea here is that both of the main characters gained years’ worth of experiences within a single night.

There were actually multiple times throughout the movie when I questioned whether or not all of these events were happening back to back. And then, every time I found myself wondering this, I remembered that that’s the point of the whole movie. So, the fact that this happened multiple times shows how well the movie achieved that goal.

The Raven-Haired Maiden drinking from the anime movie Night Is Short, Walk on Girl
The Raven-Haired Maiden drinking

Another thing I enjoyed was the music during the musical theater sections of the movie. I noticed that multiple songs were effectively rip-offs of Queen songs. Maybe all of the songs were (I don’t know because I don’t know that much Queen), but I believe I noticed three different cases of this.

I don’t have anything else to say about that. I just enjoyed that there were references in the movie that I was able to catch.

And, the third and final thing I want to mention that I liked a lot was one scene that involved watches. There were some old men whose watches were running through years, the girl’s senpai (Higuchi and Ryouko) had watches that ran through weeks, and then the girl’s watch ran normally.

I thought this was a cool way to illustrate how the passage of time appears to be different for people depending on their age. To the girl, the night was extremely long, but to those who have been alive for longer, a single night is extremely short.

Comparison to The Tatami Galaxy

I think it would be odd for me to not set aside a portion of this review to compare this movie to The Tatami Galaxy. And the first thing I have to say regarding these two anime is that I liked how Night Is Short, Walk on Girl didn’t have dialogue that was quite as fast as the dialogue in The Tatami Galaxy.

There’s nothing inherently bad with the dialogue speed in that series, but I appreciated not needing to pause or go back just so that I could read the subtitles. But, I think that might be the only thing I liked about this movie more than that series.

In a lot of ways, this movie felt like it was trying to be The Tatami Galaxy rather than being its own thing. Obviously, the two are connected, so there’s going to be some overlap, but I didn’t get the feeling that this movie had much of its own identity. For example, as I already mentioned, even the main characters look (and often act) nearly identical.

The Raven-Haired Maiden drinking (again) from the anime movie Night Is Short, Walk on Girl
The Raven-Haired Maiden drinking (again)

The other way that I think this movie falls short of that series is due to the protagonist. The girl simply isn’t as interesting as the male lead of The Tatami Galaxy. That’s partially because she only has a single movie’s worth of development while he has a whole series, but I stand by that statement nonetheless.

It’s not her fault that she doesn’t get as much development, but I do think that’s a drawback of the movie. One of my favorite parts of the series was the protagonist’s spiral down into his own mind. The girl in this movie didn’t really have anything like that.

For her, it was effectively a very event-packed, yet fairly normal, coming of age story. Through her travels over the course of this night, she learned a lot about herself — mostly in the form of reaffirming that she can out-drink anyone — but she didn’t exactly have a defining moment in which she developed.

Conclusion

Overall, I think Night Is Short, Walk on Girl is a 7/10. It’s a good movie and I enjoyed it, but I don’t feel like it’s anywhere near The Tatami Galaxy. I feel like I tend to rate movies higher than series, but in this situation, that’s not the case.

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Re:ZERO Season 2

Re:ZERO Season 2

Re:ZERO Season 2 anime series cover art
Re:ZERO Season 2

Season (Part 1) Overview

Re:ZERO Season 2 (Re:Zero kara Hajimeru Isekai Seikatsu 2nd Season / Re:ゼロから始める異世界生活 2nd season) is actually only the first half of the second season. Season 2 part 2 should begin airing as part of the winter 2021 season if everything remains on schedule.

While the events of this season are very different from the events of the first season, the actual structure is somewhat similar. The first half of the first season focused mainly on setting up the world and the challenges within it which Subaru would have to face in the second half.

That’s basically exactly what’s happened in this first half of season 2. Season 1 set up the general area of the country of Lugnica as its setting. The second season sets up a specific region within Lugnica known as the Sanctuary as its setting.

Once the setting has been established, the challenges which Subaru will need to overcome begin to roll in. The primary difference between the first and second seasons comes in this aspect of the series. Season 1 generally had Subaru confront one challenge after another. But that’s not how season 2 is shaping up.

In this season, many of the challenges that have been set up for Subaru look like they’re going to have to be completed all at once. Rather than Subaru completing one challenge and then moving onto the next with a new restart point, everything is happening all at once this time around.

That leads to two effects. First, it means that this first part of the season is much more about setting up than it is about action and direct plot progression. Second, it means that the next part should be very exciting as all the dominos begin to fall.

New Characters

13 episodes of setup might not sound very exciting, but it’s not as if there’s no action in this part of the season. There’s plenty of action, but that action is often overshadowed by other aspects of the season, including world building, lore, and character introductions and development.

Many of these characters are tied to spoilers, so if you don’t want to be spoiled, skip to the end of the review.

Right at the beginning of the season, we’re introduced to two, new Archbishop Sins. Batenkaitos is the Archbishop Sin of Gluttony and Regulus is the Archbishop Sin of Greed. Unfortunately, these are also the new characters who we know the least amount because they haven’t shown up since.

More prominent to the immediate plot are Frederica, Garfiel, and Ryuzu. Frederica and Garfiel are demi-human siblings who are able to transform into beasts. Frederica works as a maid in Roswaal’s mansion, while Garfiel is trapped within the Sanctuary.

Garfiel and Subaru from the anime series Re:ZERO Season 2
Garfiel and Subaru

I added Ryuzu to that character grouping because she’s also tied to the Sanctuary. We don’t know how Frederica managed to escape from the Sanctuary, but Garfiel and Ryuzu are still trapped there.

And, finally, we have all of the witches. I wasn’t expecting all seven witches to be introduced in this season, but that’s what happened. I was expecting them to be revealed over the course of the series, not all at once. In order of appearance, these witches are Echidna, Typhon, Minerva, Daphne, Camilla, Sekhmet, and Satella.

The introduction of all of the witches is a pretty big deal for a number of reasons. First, we learned that the witches themselves aren’t inherently evil. Some of them seem to be good, while others are neutral. However, it’s their inhuman way of thinking that causes them to be feared and hated.

Theory Time

If you’re interested in reading about my theories in more detail, I suggest checking out my weekly episode reviews for the season. But, I’ll go over a few of the larger theories that still may be possible by the end of this half of the season.

So, one of my main theories over the course of the season has been that Emilia and Satella are actually one and the same. I don’t think it’s a coincidence that the one time Satella showed up in the Sanctuary, Emilia was nowhere to be found.

However, I don’t think that Emilia (and perhaps even Satella) knows that they’re the same physical person. We know that Satella was sealed, but that her body was unable to be destroyed. And, Emilia’s background is almost entirely unknown. Before Puck found her in the forest, she has no background.

Echidna from the anime series Re:ZERO Season 2
Echidna

Emilia also has a massive amount of magical energy. This lack of a known background combined with her magic potential leads me to believe that Satella had her memories sealed, and thus became Emilia. Emilia is just Satella without her memories of being a witch and with much of her magic being sealed.

Going along with this, I also believe that Roswaal plans to unseal Satella from within Emilia and potentially use her power to revive the other witches. But why do I think this is the case?

There are a few things we now know about Roswaal. His current goal is to kill the dragon who, along with the hero and sage, sealed Satella. If we assume the dragon is the last of the three alive, killing it might break the seal. We also know that he personally knew at least one of the witches, Echidna, so he has a connection there.

And, if Emilia is Satella, that would explain why he’s backing her to become the next ruler of Lugnica. Once she’s the ruler, he may have the resources needed to kill the dragon, unseal her memories, and revive the other witches, specifically Echidna.

Conclusion

Re:ZERO Season 2 is an 8/10 for me. I didn’t find it to be quite as good as the first season, but to be fair, this is only the first half. I probably wouldn’t have rated the first half of season 1 as high as the whole season either. So, I do expect the second half of season 2 to be even better than this half.

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Assault Lily: Bouquet Episode 4

Assault Lily: Bouquet Episode 4

Yuri, the Ultimate Team Name

Just in case you weren’t sure if Assault Lily: Bouquet was a yuri series by this point, episode 4 lays it out pretty openly. Apparently, just as couples who are dating may receive “couple names” (please never do this), Lilies who have paired up are given pairing names by their peers.

In the case of Yuyu and Riri, their pairing name is pretty obvious: Yuri. It makes me wonder if their individual names were specifically chosen by the creators solely for the purpose of this joke.

It’s clear that they were. But what I mean is that their names are literally just Yu(yu) and Ri(ri). The same joke could have been made by combining so many other names, and yet they settled for the most basic two possible. Well, it could have been more basic; they could have been Yuu and Ri.

Yujia Wang from the anime series Assault Lily: Bouquet
Yujia Wang

As Red pointed out in the comments of the previous episode review, one of my main predictions for this series after episode 1 was that Riri is going to end up as the strongest Lily with an overpowered CHARM. This episode does have a part that I’ll discuss next that appears to contradict this.

However, I think that this pet name for the combination of Yuyu and Riri actually supports my prediction. Yes, larger groups of Lilies exist in this world, and Yuyu and Riri are forming one such group. This would imply that the series is going to be more focused on the team than just Riri.

But, because we’re focusing on the relationship between Yuyu and Riri, I’d argue that they’re still far more important than the rest. And, there’s been a hint at Riri’s extreme potential as she was able to calm Yuyu down in her berserker mode.

Yuyu’s Legion

Was the fact that Yuyu and Riri are forming a legion a surprise? Not really. There are a lot of characters in this series, and when the concept of legions was introduced last week, that seemed like a plausible direction for the series to go in.

However, even if a legion is made up of nine Lilies, I still don’t think that means every Lily in the legion needs to be super important to the series. For example, multiple Lilies who joined the legion were either introduced only in this episode or have been background characters up to this point.

Yujia and Shenlin are prime examples of this. These two were just introduced into the series in this episode specifically to be placed in the legion. Are we going to see more of them as the series progresses? Yes. But do I think they’re going to be all that important? Not really.

Shenlin Kuo from the anime series Assault Lily: Bouquet
Shenlin Kuo

Looking at the rest of the legion members, I think we can say the same thing about most of them. Yuyu and Riri are the main two. We then have Kaede, Fumi, and probably Miliam one tier below the main two. Beneath them is where I would place Yujia and Shenlin as they’ve only just been introduced.

These are all the girls Riri knows are currently part of the legion, which means they need two more. However, although Riri doesn’t know this, we know that the green-haired girl who Yuyu was talking to also joined the legion. That just leaves one, final member to be found.

And, although the green-haired girl has been around (her name was probably revealed, but I forget it), I view her as more of a background character than anything else so far.

Yujia and Shenlin

Although I’ve said that I don’t think Yujia and Shenlin are going to be that important (compared to the other Lilies I mentioned before them on the legion member list), they’re still pretty neat characters. I like the dynamic the two of them have going on, with Shenlin forcing Yujia to show everyone her true worth.

This battle between Yujia and Shenlin was also possibly my favorite part of the series so far. Fights against the Huge? I don’t really care about those. Yujia showing off her abilities by sniping Shenlin from over a kilometer away only for Shenlin to deflect the bullets with a sword?

That’s what I’m talking about.

That scene already looked nice in this version of the episode, but I’m expecting it to look even better for the Bluray release of the series. Shaft usually makes significant upgrades to animation between TV and Bluray releases.

Shenlin deflecting Yujia's attack from the anime series Assault Lily: Bouquet
Shenlin deflecting Yujia’s attack

I don’t think Shenlin’s special skill was revealed yet, but Yujia’s was (if you can even call it a special skill). Yujia’s skill allows her to see and aim at things that are extremely far away. The main problem with this skill is that it’s literally just called using a scope since she’s a sniper.

However, there is one more issue I see with Yujia’s skill, and that’s that another member of the legion already has the same thing. Riri’s roommate mentioned to her that Fumi is highly desired by other legions because her skill allows her to see things that are far away — something we saw her do in a previous episode.

So with this said, are Yujia and Fumi really all that special? They both have the same ability and they’re both members of the same legion. You’d think that with only nine slots, every member of the legion would have a unique skill.

Conclusion

What do you think of Assault Lily: Bouquet episode 4? Do you think Yujia and Shenlin are going to be more important than I’m predicting? And which member of the legion is your favorite? Let me know in the comments. Miliam might be my favorite right now.

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Boruto Episode 171

Boruto Episode 171

The Results of Training

Boruto: Naruto Next Generations episode 171 was an alright episode overall. I’m going to assume that if you’re reading this review that you watched the episode, so I’m not going to discuss what the actual results of the training were. Instead, let’s go over some of the extra bits of information we were given.

The first thing is that it still seems extremely inhumane to put Shojoji up against Boruto and his new jutsu. I get that they established that Shojoji agreed to this fight, but I still think he was coerced. Kakashi apparently offered him a reduced sentence if he won.

A reduced sentence for someone who likely has a life sentence is pretty persuasive. So to use coercion like that to get someone to fight — potentially to the death — is pretty unethical. I mean, Kakashi even mentioned that Shojoji would have died if he didn’t use his Zephyr Barrier jutsu in time.

Boruto using his compressed Rasengan from the anime series Boruto: Naruto Next Generations
Boruto using his compressed Rasengan

We also have to consider the truthfulness behind Kakashi’s offer. He’s the sixth Hokage, so he probably does have the authority to reduce Shojoji’s sentence if he were so inclined. But would he really do it even if Shojoji won? And if he did, would there not be some technicality that effectively voided the reduction?

For example, it’s not said how much the sentence would be reduced. He could reduce it by a single day and still be holding up his end of the bargain. Or if it was significantly reduced, Shojoji could just be charged with another crime and have another sentence added onto his current one.

In any event, it’s pretty obvious that Kakashi had no intention to let Shojoji go. He knew Boruto would win.

In the Midst of Training

While Boruto’s training is effectively complete now that he’s mastered two new Rasengan variants, Sarada is still in the midst of her training. However, now she’s not only being trained by her father but her mother as well.

This inclusion of Sakura in Sarada’s training is something I predicted might happen in last week’s review. Back then, I mentioned that since Boruto has developed a Rasengan with piercing strength like a Chidori, Sarada may start working towards a Chidori with the power of a Rasengan.

Currently, Sarada is unable to learn Chidori because her Sharingan isn’t honed enough. To newer viewers of the series, this might not make a lot of sense, but Chidori is considered a high-speed, linear attack despite it not always being used as such.

Sakura and Sarada from the anime series Boruto: Naruto Next Generations
Sakura and Sarada

Remember how I said in the past that Sarada could have trained under Kakashi instead of Boruto doing so? Well, Kakashi is actually the one who developed the Chidori jutsu as a teenager. However, it was too difficult for him to handle, which led to both the death of his comrade, Rin, and the awakening of Kakashi’s Mangekyō Sharingan.

Anyway, what I meant to say by all of this is that while Sarada can’t master Chidori right now, she may be able to somehow combine it with her mother’s chakra control to make a new jutsu.

The reason Sakura is so strong is that she funnels massive amounts of chakra into her extremities such as her fists when she fights. If Sarada can learn to do the same on a similar scale, she may be able to develop a slower version of Chidori that’s more manageable, yet which has more destructive power akin to the Rasengan.

I also liked Sakura’s comment about Tsunade training her until her bones broke and then healing her.

Test Tube “Training”

As we’ve known, Mitsuki is the only member of Team 7 who isn’t currently training to become stronger. Obviously, the reason Mitsuki isn’t training is that his body was too badly damaged due to the prolonged use of his sage mode. But, I had previously offered up a more practical theory as well.

It’s very possible that the reason Mitsuki isn’t receiving a training arc right now is that he’s already way stronger than either Boruto or Sarada. By leaving Mitsuki out of this training arc, the author is effectively rebalancing the composition of Team 7.

But, if we look at what Orochimaru says regarding the severity of Mitsuki’s injuries and how he’s going to recover from them, we can see that there may be more to this. Orochimaru says that parts of Mitsuki’s body were so damaged that they’ll need to be replaced — and that they may not work as well as they once did.

Mitsuki and Orochimaru from the anime series Boruto: Naruto Next Generations
Mitsuki and Orochimaru

To me, this comment about Mitsuki’s body potentially not working as well as it once did seems to imply that his abilities aren’t going to remain static. While his teammates’ abilities are getting buffed, Mitsuki may come out of this “training” arc somewhat nerfed compared to where he was previously.

I’m not entirely sure what these nerfs to Mitsuki’s abilities are going to look like, but I do have some ideas. For starters, I don’t think he’ll be able to use his sage mode anymore. That’s not really a direct nerf because he doesn’t regularly use it, but it does mean he won’t be able to rely on it as an ace up his sleeve.

And, this lack of sage mode could in turn lead to Mitsuki having a training arc of his own later on. Perhaps now that he can’t rely on sage mode, he’ll want to get stronger in other ways to be able to continue protecting his friends.

Conclusion

What do you think about Boruto: Naruto Next Generations episode 171? Would Kakashi really have reduced Shojoji’s sentence had he won? Will Sarada develop a new jutsu as Boruto has? And what kinds of nerfs do you think Mitsuki will receive coming out of his treatment? Let me know in the comments.

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Is It Wrong to Try to Pick Up Girls in a Dungeon? III Episode 4

Is It Wrong to Try to Pick Up Girls in a Dungeon? III Episode 4

Aspiration | Distant Dream

While there wasn’t any action in DanMachi III episode 4, it was still a very good episode because we got to learn a lot about the Xenos. We learned about their goals, their potential origin, and even their connection to earlier events in the series.

Starting off with the goals/aspirations/distant dreams of the Xenos, what they want is to be able to live upon the surface. That’s not really surprising. But what is surprising is their reasoning for it. You’d think that the primary driving force would be their want to escape from the dangers of the dungeon, but that’s not it.

In the dungeon, the Xenos have to worry about both adventurers and other monsters alike. But, the true reason they want to live on the surface is that some of them have memories of the surface — or at least certain aspects of it.

Lyd from the anime series DanMachi III
Lyd

These memories may give us some indication of the origin of the Xenos. Ouranos specifically states that monsters reincarnate within the dungeon and that perhaps after so many reincarnations they begin to develop a sense of self. He also states that when the non-monster races die, their spirits return to heaven.

But, the fact that Lyd has memories of the sunset despite never venturing to the surface may tell a different story. It’s possible that he went to the surface in one of his previous lives. However, I’m thinking that he was once an adventurer who died within the dungeon.

While it’s probably true that most non-monsters go to heaven when they die (because I’m sure Ouranos and Hestia know this to be the case), this may not always happen. There are only around 40 Xenos that we know of, so I think it’s likely that a very small amount of adventurers who die in the dungeon have their souls trapped in the dungeon’s cycle of reincarnation.

This non-monster origin would also explain why some of them can learn to speak so quickly.

Fels the Fool

Fels is the personal messenger of Ouranos who has been tasked with communicating with the Xenos over the last 15 years. Based on the appearance of his hands and what he said to Hestia in the previous episode, I assumed that Fels was an automaton that had the appearance of a skeleton.

We now know that’s not the case. Fels is a real skeleton, but he’s not a monster as the members of the Hestia Familia initially believe when they first see him. Rather, he’s a former human who was granted immortality and lives on in skeletal form.

There are a few interesting things about Fels’ immortality as well. He wasn’t granted immortality by any of the gods. Instead, during his original life, he became a, now legendary, sage. And as a sage, he discovered the philosopher’s stone which granted him immortality.

Fels the Fool from the anime series DanMachi III
Fels the Fool

So not only is Fels immortal and a legendary sage, but his immortality was brought on by his own doing. I think this is the most interesting thing about him because it basically means he went against the gods. You wouldn’t expect that the gods would be all too happy about a human becoming immortal.

However, this immortality is also probably where his latest epithet comes from. Fels is no longer known as the legendary sage, but is now referred to as “the fool.”

My guess is that this title was given to him by the gods — not because he went against them, but because of what he gave up in doing so. Heaven is confirmed to exist in the world of DanMachi. So by becoming immortal, Fels has effectively ruined his chance of ever going there. That’s why he’s referred to as the fool.

Monster Hunter

Towards the end of the episode, we see the Xenos traveling from one safe area to another within the dungeon. They do this so that if some adventurers happen to scout out their home base, they’ll be gone by the time a large raiding party shows up.

The Xenos also travel in smaller groups so that they can stay hidden from adventurers and monsters alike. We can assume that the first group functions as the scouting group to determine a safe path free from enemies. Then, their allies can follow that path to their final destination.

Another reason that was given for the Xenos moving from safe area to safe area is that if they stay in one place for too long, they’ll run out of food. They primarily get their food from gathering whatever they find growing around the dungeon (you can’t hunt and eat monsters because their bodies evaporate).

But what’s stopping them from farming?

The Xenos lured into a trap by adventurers from the anime series DanMachi III
The Xenos lured into a trap by adventurers

If the Xenos were able to establish a village with a farm deeper in the dungeon, the majority of their problems would be solved. They wouldn’t have to worry about monsters while in their safe zone, it would be difficult for adventurers to reach them, and they wouldn’t have to risk traveling frequently.

That last point is where they’ve run into trouble this time around. The monster-hunting adventurers from earlier set up a trap by using a siren (I thought they were harpies) as bait. It really makes you think about how lucky those adventurers were though. What are the chances the siren they would capture would be a Xenos?

I’m not under the impression that they don’t really know the difference between regular monsters and Xenos. As far as they’re concerned, any monster may be capable of being sentient. So for them to capture a Xenos on their first try despite how rare they are is pretty lucky.

Conclusion

What do you think of DanMachi III episode 4? Was it a good episode despite the lack of action? Are the Xenos trapped by the adventurers going to escape? I don’t think they will. I think their capture is what’s going to prompt Lyd, Gros, and Rei to team up with Bell as seen in the OP.

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