- Just a few lines about some possible yuri-ish anime.
Three Quick Anime Yuri Updates
Mezzo - I've been seeing some noise on the Japanese yuri sites about
this anime that follows the OVA Mezzo Forte. At episode 4 I can't say
I've seen it, but there's still the possibility of yuri. Mikura is
certainly admired strongly by Asami, the girl she rescues in the first
episode, but I think any real anything will come from the rival she
hasn't yet met and will next episode. Cute girls with guns. Possible
yuri. Keep your eyes peeled.
Tokyo Underground - I can only assume that the yuri mentioned in this
series exists in the manga, 'cause it sure ain't in the anime. The
second episode for this series was the single most predictable thing
I've ever watched ever. Chelsea Rorec is cool...but if she's in love
with Ruri-sama, then she hides it well.
Kaleido Star - what a challenge, watching a raw episode of anime...
with no sound. But I just did it. Very intruiging...what were they
talking about? Who can tell! I was watching the most recent episode of
this series because its silly and kind of fun, not becaue it has any
great merit. I was also thinkng that, now that Layla's not performing,
there's not a whole lot o' yuri...since the second 13 episodes was
more about her and Sora than anything.
Well, at the climax of Ep. 43, there is a sweet romantic scene between
the big, black Mr. Policeman and his girlfriend, Kate. It's cute, and
goofy and anyone who's ever been in love will be smiling, just
because. Ken, the boy who'se gaga over Sora turns and looks at her
longingly, as she watches Police-san and Kate, but more importantly,
behind Sora are Anna and Mia, staring into each other's eyes and
smiling. Awwwww.... we've always known they're a pair, we just don't
get to see it often, so that was kinda nice.
>Very intruiging...what were they talking about?well, you probably didnt miss much, but the gist of it was that
police's long time dream was to propose to kate by his 30th
birthday, which, you guessed it, was that day.
> this series because its silly and kind of fun, not becaue it hasany
> great merit. I was also thinkng that, now that Layla's notperforming,
> there's not a whole lot o' yuri...since the second 13 episodes wasyeah, its starting to wear on me too, but at least this episode was
> more about her and Sora than anything.
low on the leon angst. though it is mildly amusing to watch layla
and her friend from broadway torture may.
> Well, at the climax of Ep. 43, there is a sweet romantic sceneyeah, that was a cute moment all around. sappy, but cute.
who should really find out when all the actual yuri themed shows are