Oda Nobuna no Yabou: Putting out the fires of Mt. Hiei

by dm00


Using Hanbei the loliconmyouji’s powers to douse the flaming temples of Mt. Hiei is an interesting thing to do to history.

This show has been better than I expected, but not as good as I’d hoped.

It has the feeling that they rushed to cram the series into its single-season gamble, putting entire campaigns off-screen, covered with a single sentence uttered by the narrator.  I hope, if there is a second season, that they’re able to relax and let the story breathe a little (or that they’re able to learn some lessons from Horizon on the middle of nowhere about how to cram ten pounds of plot into a five pound time-slot).

(Yes, this post exists solely to give a home to “loliconmyouji”.)

1 Response to “Oda Nobuna no Yabou: Putting out the fires of Mt. Hiei”

  1. 1 omo September 26, 2012 at 1:00 pm

    You would think when Necronomicon was corrupted, it’s just a matter of time some fresh American do the same to some Japanese term.

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