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Master craftsman. Another week, another Tonari no Seki-kun. Except this week’s episode, “Eraser Stamp”, represented a bit of a break from this series’ normal formula. By leaving the usual setting of the show and introducing a new character to interact with … Continue reading
The King of Games. Go, a board game dating back to the ancient Chinese dynasty of Zhou, is renown for both the simplicity of its design and the depths of its stratagem. However, I will likely associate the game with … Continue reading
So, it seems that the official full-length OP and ED for Tonari no Seki-kun have been released! As expected, they are both fantastic.
Classroom concours. I don’t think that most shows would be able to make something as mundane as polishing quite funny. In fact, I don’t think that most shows would even try to do such a thing. Thankfully, Tonari no Seki-kun … Continue reading
A Game of Shogi. A rather unorthodox game of shogi evolves into a high-stakes political tale of betrayal, loyalty, and sacrifice. I enjoyed the first episode of Tonari no Seki-kun so much that I gave it a nearly perfect rating. However, … Continue reading
Master of killing time. Seki Toshinari (Shimono Hiro) doesn’t like to pay attention during class. Instead, he spends his time on a variety of distractions, such as building a Rube Goldberg-class domino maze on top of his desk, complete with s-curves, multi-level … Continue reading