I wish I had made a count of how many of Lily’s “quotes” are really just made up by the Japanese and attributed to people who speak other languages, usually English. Coco Chanel has said many things, but this episode’s line does not appear to be one of them.
Really great framing with them and their new class this episode. It’s only by comparing ourselves to how we used to be that we can see the full extent of our growth.
Oh, and forgot to say. Kirara’s a sheep, and “hoshi” means both star and planet in Japanese, hence the weird terms.
On the philosophy of being an anime fan. Also translation theory.
A hero always waits until the last second before making his dramatic appearance. With this, the first season of Aikatsu Stars is complete. It almost feels like yesterday I was staying up all night to finish Aikatsu and praying for the new season to be good. I hope you enjoyed the show as much as I did, and I’m looking forward to another year with you all.
Thanks again to those of you who came to see my panels at AB last weekend. It does mean a lot to me to meet you too, and I hope you enjoyed my talks. Know that only death can stand in the way of getting my subs out in time. See you again soon.
Niji means rainbow. Curry is spicy. The sky is blue.
Oh, right, I will be hosting panels at Anime Boston again this year. Come check them out if you’re interested or want to hang out. This means subs may be delayed extra.
Even More Idol Activities! Fri, 03/31/2017 at 6:30 PM in Hynes – Panel 206
Macross Continuity Explosion Fri, 03/31/2017 at 9:30 PM in Hynes – Panel 306
Wish Upon a Mahou Shoujo Sun, 04/02/2017 at 10:30 AM in Hynes – Panel 202
We are proud to present the double feature of Aikatsu and Aikatsu Stars movies! The Aikatsu movie can be watched after the series, and the Aikatsu Stars movie should be watched immediately after episode 18. Of course, most of us had to wait in any case, but for those of you catching up that’s where it goes in the timeline. Enjoy.