17191R.O.D. Vol. 5
- Feb 9, 2005What luck. When it comes to buying anime on dvd, Best Buy is both the
stupidest and greatest place to get it. Of all the Best Buys here in
Orlando, none of them had Vol. 4 of R.O.D. the TV. The computers at
each store said that they had at least 6 copies available! Now, three
weeks later, I stumble across R.O.D. Vol. 5 on the anime shelf, and a
sudden hammer hit me over the head. What is going on? Vol. 5 isn't due
out for another two weeks! And there still isn't any sign of Vol. 4!
One more time for safety.
Since I had to buy Vol. 4 at a very expensive store somewhere in a
little town called Down Town Disney, I had no problems in quickly
watching Vol. 5. All I can say is this. Poor Yomiko. All these things
she has done over the years that have brought nothing but bad things to
the world, and all she wants to do is make things better. What better
way to do that with only Anita to help her out? Especially now that she
officially blames her for her painful memories that still bother her.
Oh, that moment at the end of Episode 20 still hurt the big one. I
think I can safely say that Anita was simply over reacting. Honestly,
she can't go on like this forever. I've seen that happen in anime
already (Magical Shopping Arcade Abenobashi. The ending for that was
more scarier and disturbing than the ending to Evangelion!). Downer
things aside, the most exciting part of the whole package didn't happen
till I opened the DVD case. I was so exited to see what the next lovely
pencil board design was going to be that would soon be bestowed upon
Erica. Simply put, I'm laughing about what she has to say about it
already. This makes the Vol. 4 pencil board look like a Care Bears book
cover. The other side of the board that features Nancy is kind of cute
once you spot Yomiko reflected on the locker door mirror. Cute little
Yuri potential there. Much more bearable than the "other" side of the
Thank you, and good luck.
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