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Posted on: June 17, 2012 8:40 pm by small image

The last four episodes of Ginban Kaleidoscope overall maintained the same formula the first eight episodes established. In the end I found the series to be an enjoyable watch, and the ending especially has left me with a variety of feelings. It was certainly an atypical conclusion, though perhaps it should have been expected when considering the premise.

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Posted on: June 11, 2012 11:57 pm by small image

The drama is starting to heat up in these next four episodes of Ginban Kaleidoscope. How is everyone enjoying Tazusa’s journey to the Olympics? It’s quite the little roller-coaster we have here. :>

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Posted on: June 4, 2012 12:08 am by small image

Ginban Kaleidoscope caught my eye a while back thanks to its unique premise. Admittedly, I have an interest in stories involving spirits, and I’ve been in the mood for a nice lighthearted romcom. And when it comes to sports, to be honest the only ones I have the faintest interest in watching are found in the Winter Olympics. I like snow and ice, and the contestants really dive right into such dangerous and spectacular sports for these events… Figure skating included. I’m not truly into the sport (eg I don’t know most of the terms), but it is quite exhilarating to watch.

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Posted on: May 23, 2012 8:03 am by small image

I’m going to go ahead and announce this nice and early to see if that will be helpful for people to find and download anime episodes in time for everyone to watch them before the club’s first post in June. For this upcoming month, we will be watching everyone’s favorite spirit-possession-themed figure skating romcom, Ginban Kaleidoscope!

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Posted on: April 27, 2012 1:34 pm by small image

The YumeState Anime Watchers Club is a feature of this site where each month we watch and discuss a few episodes of a specific anime on a weekly basis. April’s anime was Aoi Bungaku (Blue Literature), which turned out to be quite a fascinating series, and a great show to start the club off with. If you’re interested in viewing the posts or contributing to the discussions, click here for episodes 1-4, here for 5-8, and here for 9-12.

For the month of May, you get to help decide what anime we will watch! If you look at the poll in the left sidebar, you will find three unique options: Someday’s Dreamers, Ginban Kaleidoscope, and Ookami Kakushi.

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