dualshocker200 asked:do you roleplay as May from pokemon?
No, but I would like to in the future.
No, but I would like to in the future.
Oh, thank you very much! I stopped because I don’t think anyone was reading them. ^-^U
The story for the video was supposed to be in Johto, and that Drew was asking May out. She turned him down because she loves Ash. She explains all her feelings, and he convinces her to go to Sinnoh and tell him. The second part of the trilogy is going to be Dawn recognizing Ash loves May and telling him to make a move before she leaves, and the third part is going to be them both telling each other. Thanks for the response~ :D
Hey hey I made an advanceshipping AMV. I hope you like it~ It’s the first in a trilogy. Critique wanted~ <3
GUYS. GUYS. GUYS. DID YOU SEE THIS ON BULBAPEDIA?!
FREAKING OUT. I’M SO EXCITED. FINALLYYYYYYY…! THERE ARE EVEN RELEASE DATES. 2013, HERE WE COME!
This new episode of Spongebob just referenced the ‘My leg’ thing.
Fish: MY FACE! MY FACE! And also my leg BUT MOSTLY MY FACE!
Too bad it wasn’t the my leg guy BUT STILL FUNNY.
You know, right when I think I’m ahead of the game, I discover Pokemon.com has updated their episodes and A Ruin with a View is no longer available. Now I have to find it online else where. If the quality of these screenshots aren’t amazing, I apologize. (I was looking forward to this one too, there’s a Ketchupshipping scene!)
Ah well. I found it elsewhere. Time to review. Sorry if there are incorrect details, I watched this yesterday and Bulbapedia’s summary is from the Japanese episode, which is almost the same, but still…
The episode starts with Ash and May walking, but May is tired. Well, duh. Ash’s been doing this for, what, two years? May, meanwhile, has just started her adventure, and who knows what she did before.
“If I knew you were going to run all the way I wouldn’t have offered my help!”
Ash complains she’s slow, so May makes a comment about her bike, which gets Ash to comply with her wish to slow down. Guess he really doesn’t want another Misty episode.
That’s right Ash, listen to May.
So they continue walking, and May asks Ash why Pikachu isn’t in his Pokeball, and Ash responds he likes it better out there.
May wonders about what Torchic would like, and realizes she doesn’t know very much about… uh… is Torchic male or female? *checks Bulbapedia* Doesn’t say. Pooey. I’ll just say “he,” based on its evolutions and chance of being what gender and all that jazz.
Ash suggests May look up “him” in her new Pokedex.
May begins reading out information on Torchic, when… WHO’S THAT POKEMON?
“Azurill, the Water Ball Pokémon. Azurill is able to throw its tail like a lasso, using the momentum to move about. ”
May announces it’s cute and decides to capture it.Funny story, I myself decided Azurill was the cutest Pokemon ever and tried to find one, but couldn’t. Later found out you had to breed it, so I put two Marills, female holding Sea Incense, in the daycare and got one. I kept keeping it from evolving because I didn’t like Marill, and lo and behold, my sister steals it and evolves it. Sigh.
Back to the show. May throws an empty Pokeball at the Azurill, and we all know what happens.
Yes! I cau—
Say wha…? ASSHHH!
Ash explains she has to weaken the Azurill first, then throw the Pokeball. Well, May didn’t have the grumpy old man tutorial, so I suppose she has an excuse.
But who wouldn’t want to learn from him? Even if you already know…
May tosses out Torchic and remembers she doesn’t know any of his attacks. Meanwhile, Azurill runs off, prompting Torchic to follow, and Azurill makes Torchic run into a tree.
Azurill still wants to fight, however, so May orders Torchic to use peck, while Azurill stands in front of another tree.
…You all know how this is going to end, right?
May tells Torchic to go get Azurill, and a high speed chase scene ensues, throughout which May cries “Wait for me!”
Torchic finally catches up to Azurill in a bush and uses ember, which hits.
Torchic’s ecstatic, until we see what’s behind the bush…
That’s one big angry family.
The three use watergun and effectively knockout Torchic.
Ash to the rescue! Pikachu uses thunderbolt, scaring off the trio.
May is very worried about Torchic, and Ash explains that Torchic is a fire type and is very weak against water types like the trio. Ash reminds May about the Pokemon center in Oldale Town, and they run off.
Is this the same girl who didn’t care squat about Pokemon last episode?
So, the two continue running and come to some ruins.
An archaeologist (voices by Wayne Grayson) shows up. Luckily, he’s a nice guy and tells Ash and May the Pokemon Center is just over the hill. But we know the ruins are going to show up again, right?
We see the first Nurse Joy of the season who reassures May that her Torchic will be fine, it just needs a nap. I’m assuming at this point Ash signs up for the Hoenn league, but it’s not shown.
May asks Ash if he can show her around, but Ash says that there’s something he has to do first.
Oh my gosh, he’s going to kiss her.
Oh boy! It’s Professor Oak! Ash tells him about Hoenn, blah blah blah…
May’s excited though. (Afterall, Oak is famous) She introduces herself and explains how she knows him because her brother has never missed one of his radio shows. Her brother. Hm… (Lol at Ash’s face in the first one)
Oak wishes the two of them the best of luck on their journey.
Meanwhile, in a phonebooth not too far away…
Hi boss! :D
Giovanni is called by his, erm, favorite operatives and is surprised to learn they’re in Hoenn. He “assumes” that they must have good news since they’re calling on his private line, right?
(Darn odd numbers.)
Giovanni lets them know they’re idiots. He then changes his mind, realizing that Team Rocket is international, but they don’t have anything in Hoenn. He sets them up to work there.
WE GOT A PROMOTION! WOBBUFETT~
Giovanni reveals to Persian he just did that to get the trio out of his hair. But, he adds, it may be worth it if they can learn more about Team Aqua and Team Magma…
Meanwhile, Ash begins to show May around the Pokemon center and all the things trainers do there. May’s impressed by the rooms.
Ash shows her the common room, where trainers talk. May asks if they talk about the best places to shop and eat, to which Ash responds, “They mostly talk about Pokemon…” Oh May. Still hotwired on being a traveler.
Ash then overhears a snippet in a conversation about the new Petalburg City Gym Leader, but May yanks him away.
May tells Ash she’s hungry, evading the conversation at hand.
May is quite enjoying the food here. Seems like Ash isn’t the only food lover anymore.
For those of you that don’t know, Ketchupshipping was probably the result of a bored animator back in episode 42 of the original series, Showdown at Dark City. In it, while Ash and company were eating dinner, Pikachu was lapping ketchup out of a bottle, dumping copious amounts on Ash’s omelet, and crying over it getting broken. Here’s a little tribute to it:
Ash and May are then asked by the archaeologist, who happens to be there, if they want to know more about the ruins or something. Missed the screenie.
Team Rocket’s digging a hole.
They realize since they’re the only Team Rocket in Hoenn, that makes them number one.
Jessie tells them not to get too confident, or Butch and Cassidy will defeat them. Hey, they got Butch’s name right! Miracle among all miracles!
Tem Rocket: ♪ A shovel here, and a shovel there, and soon we’ll be sitting in the boss’s chair! ♪
The man, who introduces himself as Professor Alden, talks with Ash and May about his research on the Oldale ruins and how legend says it is a “bridge or portal between our world and the ancient Pokémon world,” but that if they tried to enter it, it crumbles. He explains ancient Pokemon aren’t fossilized ones, like Aerodactyl, but living ones that have been the same since ancient times.
May realizes there may (har har) be more to Pokemon then she originally thought.
Alden reveals he found a tablet that explains how to get into the ruins, but it requires four keys that they don’t know the whereabouts of.
Look familiar? Probably not! The tablet, as shown, is eerily similar to the tablet explaining Pokemopolis, from the episode The Ancient Puzzle of Pokémopolis, which aired four years ago.
May and Ash are excited about the adventure, but it seems they’re not the only ones…
It’s Team Magma. They’re ready to make their move.
The power cuts in the Pokemon Center, and Team Magma enter with their Houndoom.
Nurse Joy is apparently not on the exclusive list.
They tell Alden they need access to the ruins.
May, Ash, and Joy are locked in a storage room. Joy realizes that without power, all the Pokemon are in danger, including May’s Torchic. This ignites the fighting spirit in Ash and May. Joy tells them they need to switch to backup power, but they can’t do it in the storage room.
Luckily, Pikachu found a way out.
IT’S TIME FOR…
WHO’S THAT POKEMON?!
Now, back to the action!
Meowth: Well, maybe I was off by a few feet.
Team Magma wants to know what Team Rocket are doing. Team Rocket informs them that they are the number one agents in Hoenn. (Being as they are the only ones)
GO ARBOK! GO WEEZING!
CHAAAAAAAARBOK. WEEEEZING! The houndooms use roar, and…
In the vents, Ash is surprised May tagged along with him, to which she replies that she wants in on the adventure.
There’s a split in the vent, and Pikachu directs the dynamic duo in the right direction, using his hearing.
May is again surprised about all that Pokemon can do. Not just pointless battles, eh May?
The two turn the power back on and free Nurse Joy.
Team Magma, meanwhile, is forcing Alden to let them into the ruins, saying that they’re holding the others hostage. They also reveal they have the four keys.
Alden reluctantly lets Team Magma in. By the way, look at the colors: Red, Green, Blue, and Yellow. The four first gen games.
Here’s another reference: The door looks similar to the sealed entrance to the ruins of the king of Pokelantis’s tombs in the episode Battling the Enemy Within!, which aired about four years after this episode. So, this is between two ancient civilization episodes with references to both.
In the ruins, there are pictures of people interacting with Pokemon hundreds of years ago.
Alden fangasms over this, but Team Magma didn’t find the information they were looking for, so they take a bunch of pictures and leave.
…But Alden’s okay.
Uh oh! Team Rocket got a little prize! “Prepare for trouble, quietly…!”
Shhh! (Coloring error on May)
Wobbufett reveals Team Rocket to the protagonists, who start a battle. Lemme just fastforward a bit…
There. Blasted off, and the orbs are safe. Nothing left to do but explore!
Right as they insert the four orbs, the sun comes up…
The door goes all glowy…
…And secret stairs are revealed.
They find a huge underground lake, that evidently smells fresh.
Suddenly, a Pokemon jumps out of the water. It’s Relicanth, and ancient Pokemon!
Alden is thrilled about all of his findings.
May and Ash head back to the Pokemon center, where Torchic is ready to go.
Alden thanks the two as they head off to the next town: Petalburg City.
They head off, and Ash wonders about the new gym leader, who he never found out more about.
“Hm, I wonder…”
Ash is excited for his first Hoenn gym battle.
Well, this was a pretty decent episode! Tons of stuff to screencap, lots of action, a bit of Advanceshipping, and plenty of plot! I’m hoping that soon we’ll be getting to fillers, because this takes a loooooong time to type up, and I run out of jokes pretty fast. See you… whenever!
EDIT: ARGH. STUPID. X. IS. NEXT. TO. MY. PICTURES. AHFUSDFJKSDJFKLSDJDSA! Now I have to start over…
Alright! A little sooner than I thought, I’m posting my first entry! AG001, Get the Show on the Road!
First thing we see? Why, our new deuteragonist, May!
May introduces herself and explains she’s off to Littleroot town to get her trainer’s license from Prof. Birch. Although, she admits, she doesn’t really like Pokemon all that much and just wants to travel. As shown in the next scene.
BIKE LIKE CRAZY MAY! EVEN IF YOUR ARMS ARE RED IN PIC TWO!
Then, off course, since this is an anime dubbed by 4Kids…
“I…guess…I should of…worn…a…helmet…oy” Ah 4Kids. Reminds me of one of my favorite fail edits from Magical DoReMi. (MIA!!!!! YOU FORGOT YOUR HELMET!!!!!)
So, May continues on to a cliff overlooking Littleroot town, thinking about her future travels.
Then we have our theme song, I Wanna Be A Hero!
A kid from Pallet Town with a brand new world to see
Don’t know what’s ahead but it won’t get the best of me
There’s so much to learn and battles to be won
I’ve advanced so far but still there’s always more to come
Take a step and I’m on my way…
Gonna start all over again
I wanna be a hero!
I’m on my way!
I wanna be a hero!
Give me just one chance…
And the future will decide…
If there’s a hero buried deep inside…
I wanna be a hero!
Gee, wonder where that “Advanced” logo came from.
Suppose it’s because R/S were the first games on the GBA. Hm, it was also the first one not linked with previous generations (other than the fact the player lived in Johto before). Maybe that’s why the show got revamped? Of course, they didn’t name the next series Pokemon DS… but that sounds kind of stupid.
On the topic of the song, I really like it. It has a cool beat, the singer’s good too. Not my favorite opening, but it’s not too bad. Sung by David Rolfe, who sang one of my all time favorite openings. (Unbeatable)
Anyway, back to the episode!
We see Ash on the boat to Littleroot, playing nurse to Pikachu. For those of you who didn’t watch/can’t remember Hoenn Alone!, Pikachu was injured in another one of Team Rocket’s schemes, this time by attaching him to a magnet. Now, Pikachu has a horribly high fever, leaving Ash very worried. Like a good trainer.
Speaking of bad trainers, look who it is!
Team Rocket! They’ve decided to follow Ash for Pikachu. Again. Jeez. Team Rocket for the most part is excited about Hoenn, except Jessie who’s depressed about how nothing’s working or whatever. Well, gee, let’s think about it! You’ve been following Ash for, what, 2 years? Why don’t you just find a stupider trainer? Or better yet, JUST GO TO VIRIDIAN FOREST AND CATCH YOUR OWN PIKACHU?! But we don’t want them to because they’re awesome.
Jessie: Following the twerps and trying to steal Pikachu… James, have we truly blasted off at the speed of light? James: (To Meowth) Is she speaking hypothetically? Meowth: If that means wacky, then yes.
Ash gets off the boat and tries to call Prof. Birch, but his assistant Joshua (voiced by the dude who did Leo on TMNT) tell him he’s on fieldwork. What timing.
So, Ash sits for a while until out of the blue, a jeep appears. Who’s driving it?
Yami Yugi Professor Birch! Evidently, “field work” is driving near the shore in your SUV. But wait! He seems to know Ash. So, I assume, he got home and Joshua told him about Ash, and immediately sped off. Why Joshua didn’t call Ash back is beyond me though. So Ash heads of with the Prof. to get to his lab.
Prof. Birch explains that Pikachu has a fever and is discharging because he has too much electricity stored in him. Ash attributes this to the electromagnet Team Rocket strapped him to last episode. Prof. Birch says if they don’t get Pikachu cured fast, he could explode.
Once at the lab, Birch and Joshua try to remove the excess electricity, but there’s too much and the machine explodes. Confused by the pain, Pikachu runs off.
Ash tells Birch he has no Pokemon on him as he runs out to get Pikachu, so Birch grabs the three starters he has on hand (for May) and tells Joshua to wait for May. He then chases after Ash.
Team Rocket, meanwhile, spies on Ash as he splits up from Birch to find Pikachu.
May shows up at the lab (do these people have bad timing or what?) and decides to go off to find Birch on her own.
Gosh, that’s a pretty picture.
Meanwhile, Birch is looking for Pikachu and falls down a hill, where there’s a Poochyena napping. It wakes up and his buddies show up. Personally, I’d sneak away.
But no! Birch, being a professor, does his deductions.
“That’s not a friendly greeting. No, it doesn’t sound sad, either.”
“I know, you must be angry!”
“I’m a genius!”
…Oh, Dan Green. <3 (Sorry about the bad shot, he ran by fast)
Oh, look who it is!
Birch, relieved, asks May to throw out one of the Pokemon to attack the Poochyena. For those of you who never played Pokemon Ruby/Sapphire/Emerald, this also occurs as the premise for your first battle.
So, May, who doesn’t like Pokemon, remember, pulls out a Pokeball and throws out Mudkip.
May asks what to do next, having never been in a battle before. Birch tells May to attack. Unfortunately, there’s no ATTACK button to press. So Birch just tells her to order watergun.
“Uh, Mudkip, use Water Gun.”
Note to self. Tell Pokemon where to attack.
Birch, upon seeing this, realizes May’s hopeless, and slides down from the tree.
…You know what a bad idea that was, right?
RUN FOR YOUR LIFE!
Oh wait! Birch got Mudkip down. Show May the ropes, Birch!
Birch, safe now, realizes there’s a more pressing issue on hand (The amazing exploding Pikachu!), and tells May to come with him.
Meanwhile, Pikachu’s hallucinating that Ash’s a monster.
May and Birch see this and head over.
Poor May. Doesn’t realize in the life of a trainer you always run towards danger.
Ash is trying to calm down Pikachu when Birch and his future
wife traveling companion show up.
But no time for introductions, Pikachu’s trying to commit suicide!
So Ash attempts to save his best friend.
…By jumping after him. Still intelligent, huh?
So Pikachu and Ash are plunging to their deaths when…
WHO’S THAT POKEMON?!
…Back to business!
Ash is now hanging from a cliff with his very cranky Pikachu. Luckily, there’s always those convenient single branches.
Oh, and that convenient rope.
So Ash grabs the rope and— Wait, what?
How did he grab the rope and not drop Pikachu? Or himself?
…THESE ARE THE QUESTIONS THAT HAUNT US…
So Pikachu tries desperately to get away, even biting Ash in the process.
Luckily, Ash is able to remind Pikachu who he is as they’re pulled to safety.
Oh, look who it is.
“Prepare for trouble? Whats the point? Oh well.”
“Prepare for trouble for the umpteenth time!” “Make it double and I’ll make it rhyme!!”
“To protect the world from devastation!” “To unite all peoples within our nation.” “To denounce the evils of truth and love!” “To extend our reach to the stars above.”
“Team Rocket blast off at the speed of light!” “Surrender now or prepare for an out-of-this-world fight!!!”
“What’s the point?!”
“Meowth, that’s right~”
Meowth introduces their greatest robot ever (…a giant battery…) and Ash tells Birch and May about Team Rocket.
They grab Pikachu and explain the mecha will drain its electricity. Genius, I tell you, GENIUS!
Jessie doesn’t think so, though.
Suddenly, Pikachu starts sparking quite a bit, and they realize he’s getting stronger.
Booh yah! (Remember, Pikachu had electric overdose?)
Jessie: Do you smell something burning? James and Meowth: I think it’s us!
So, bolts of electricity fly everywhere, and thankfully none strike anything important.
Oh, look, May’s bike.
Well look at that.
Ash: 2, Bikes: 0
Electrocuted, once, again, Team Rocket begins to blast off. Pikachu’s blast, however, “recharges” Jessie and she exclaims they have to get that powerful Pikachu for the boss!
“Looks like Team Rocket’s blasting off agaaaaaain!”
Pikachu, exhausted, passes out again.
Birch explains that the mecha must have drained Pikachu of all his excess electricity and that he should be OK. Woot! Team Rocket did something good!
May tries to be a ninja behind her camouflaging flowerpot, but trips, attracting Ash’s attention. Bad ninja. Well, not the attracting Ash part.
She introduces herself and asks about Pikachu, Ash reassures her about him.
With the situation averted, Birch returns to more pressing matters: May’s first Pokemon.
Ash gets very excited for
his future wife May.
Birch introduces Treecko. Ash asks, “Is it a water type?”
Yes Ash. The green Pokemon is a water type. *facepalm*
May dislikes Treecko though, calling it scary. Similar to Ruby’s reaction to Treecko in the manga.
Ouch. Poor Treecko.
Birch tries Mudkip, but May doesn’t like it because it squirted her in the face.
So Birch sends out Torchic, and…
It loves her immediately.
May’s sold. Funny, I picked Torchic in Ruby too. Not because it was cute. Because it evolved into Blaziken and my Top Ten Handbook said it could match Charizard.
Birch gives May her Pokedex and six Pokeballs to get started.
May’s reaction to all the excitement over her journey beginning.
“I’d give up Pokémon any day of the week for a trip around the world.”
Birch: “What was that?”
“I said I wouldn’t trade it for the world!”
May’s fuming about her bike getting destroyed. My gosh, her chest is huge in that first picture.
So she goes to give Ash a piece of her mind.
May realizes Ash’s been up most of the night, watching over Pikachu.
And Pikachu wakes up to cuddle with him,
This sight warms May’s heart, and she decides that her bike isn’t that important and forgives
and falls in love with Ash.
♪ It’s a beautiful day in the neighborhood~
May greets Ash and Pikachu, glad Pikachu has recovered. (Notice the bike in the background)
Pikachu and Torchic hit off quick nicely.
Ash is happy about Pikachu making his first friend in Hoenn while standing next to his own.
May’s still thinking about the bike as Birch and Joshua informing them about Odale Town being the closest town they can go to register for the League.
“Walking all that way alone makes me nervous. And my bikes destroyed… thanks to your Pikachu, Mister.”
“Uhh…!” (Reminded of the Misty-bike fiasco, I’m sure)
“There must be a solution… A way to get to Oldale town safely on foot…”
“Heeey… why don’t we go there together? I happen to know the way there!”
“Really, Ash, I don’t mind at all! It’s no trouble, really! Shall we?”
“Well, okay. We’ll go together!”
I’d like to point out, unlike Misty, May asked Ash to travel together. Of course, she still kind of guilted him into it, but she still asked!
Birch and Joshua wish the two off well. (Wait, weren’t Ash and May the same height, like two seconds ago?)
And so begins the next saga in the world of POKEMON!
Overall? I think it was a great first episode, and I look forward to the rest of the show! I wish I could type a longer response, but I seriously have to go now. I hope you liked my first review! :D
Hopefully, non-plot episodes will be A LOT shorter than this…
If you’re interested in my entire set of screenshots for this episode, they’re right here: http://s938.photobucket.com/albums/ad223/LyokoDoReMi/AG001/#!cpZZ14QQtppZZ20
Wonder if anyone’s reading. Hm…
Anyway, if you are, I firstly thank you for stumbling upon my humble blog. The title I wished to give it (before I realized that your user is your blog name… I think) was “I Live My Life the Way I Feel,” which doesn’t quite mean anything— except it is the first line in a terrible song for an awesome show. Which brings me to the reasoning behind this blog.
This blog will be a type of “review site” where I will watch and screenshot some shows (perhaps mangas as well?) and give my two cents. This type of thing greatly entertains me, and I’m hoping that others will be interested. I think this will be semi-regular (laugh) and being the summer is starting, I will have more time.
Why now, you ask? Why not this summer? One simple reason: Pokemon.com has restarted Advance Generations.
Yes, this is mostly going to be anime and cartoons. Wait! No! Half my readers! Noooo!
Of course there’s going to be off and random ramblings as well. I hope there’s enough of you out there that this will be read by somebody.
Right? Someone? And not a stalker?
Pooey. This is gone before I have even begun! The horror!
I had originally posted this on WordPress, but realized moments before I pressed “Create” that that was an adult site, and thus hardly anyone would even care. So, to tumblr I came! Don’t know if I’ll be “following” stuff like my sister does, but I wanted to create a blog pretty badly. Just… because.
Wait. I said that already didn’t I.
LET’S GET STARTED THEN!
I’ll introduce the first show I’m going to be watching and screen capping: Pokemon Advanced Generations.
Yes. The dub. Don’t think the original is on the internet anywhere anyway.
AG was cut into 4 seasons in the dub: Advanced, Advanced Challenge, Advanced Battle, and Battle Frontier, compared to the original series which had 5 (Indigo League, The Adventures in the Orange Islands, The Johto Journeys, Johto League Champions, and Master Quest) and Diamond and Pearl which had 4 as well (Diamond and Pearl, Battle Dimension, Galactic Battle, and Sinnoh League Victors) and Best Wishes which currently has 2 (Black and White and Rival Destinies).
That was a pointless paragraph.
BLEH. Mention why I’m doing AG? Good question!
May is awesome. And why do I think that? Simple: Siblings. My sister had eternal dibs on Misty as the most awesome character, and since I’m a girl, I had to pick a girl. So I was stuck with Jessie. And now I think she’s great, but back then it was… least than spectacular. Then AG came out.
May was amazing for me. May wore red, my favorite color. May had brown hair, my favorite hair color. May had a little brother, I had a little sister. May was a new trainer too, which attracted me. May also had cool gloves, which is always a plus.
Now, I’ll admit, I didn’t watch much AG that I can remember. But my first video game was Pokemon Ruby version. I love that game. I played it like three times. And who was the protagonist? May. So that sealed the package.
Plus I’m a diehard Advanceshipper. Wait, no! Come baaack!
So now I have to watch it for real! And what better time than now? Pokemon.com is restarting AG, and the summer’s starting, so I’ll have plenty of time.
Am I boring you to death yet? Hope not. Hope I’m entertaining enough. Maybe it’ll be better once I actually start. Which won’t be today.
What else will I be doing? Well, I’m definitely thinking of the following:
Code Lyoko. Will be a re-watch for me, but one of my favorites… ever. :)
Spiral: The Bonds of Reasoning. Best manga ever, started the anime but didn’t get far.
Soul Eater. Started the manga, really liked it, the anime looks quite funny. (I already Maka chop my classmates quite often. They don’t appreciate it.)
Avatar: The Last Airbender. Really should be getting to watching this all the way through… now? :)
DoReMi. The dub, because I was obsessed with it in 4th grade.
PokeSpe: Diamond and Pearl chapter. Just finished Emerald, it rocked mah socks. Don’t know if I should start over for this blog or just continue.
Shugo Chara. I read the whole manga and started the anime, but got lazy.
And… that’s all on my waiting list for now! Just pop a comment of which you want… if anyone reads this… which is unlikely…
I’ll probably start on Friday! Comment if you can, see you soon! (If you exist)