It’s been cold lately… weather and friends…
That sentiment may have been a little melodramatic, but that’s how I feel now that I’ve finished Lucky Star. I know what you’re thinking: “what a loser!” F@#$ you all. You know exactly how I feel. This emptiness.
Lucky Star is a slice of life anime about four girls and their friends… That’s all I have to say about the synopsis because there really isn’t a plot to talk about, and there are 9,823,478 blogs out there writing summaries of every episode.
Anyway, at first watching Lucky Star was a little too exhausting for me, having to pause several times each episode. However, after a while, their mundane dialogues became really quite interesting once I got to know the characters and it almost feel as if I am part of their conversations.
This series is one catered toward anime fans. Many jokes would be lost if you are not fluent with the anime/ manga/ game world. In fact, some jokes still fly over my head. Oh well, in the end, I don’t think I was watching Lucky Star so much for the jokes as for the doubtful high schoolers. The comedy is just a bonus.
Anyone else notice Tsukasa’s obsession with balsamic vinegar?
A few words on the characters… Kagami is cute. Her constant embarrassment and her blushing, angry expression is really adorable. Also her being a tsundere is just too moe.
And she is a shrine maiden. I really love Kagami.
Konata, Tsukasa, and the other friends all have their charms as well.
The interactions between Kagami and Konata are really interesting as well… Could it be?
Well, now that Lucky Star ended, I feel as though I’ve lost a few friends…
Edit: Updated images 3/27/2010