Shuffle, Vol. 2
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With so many girls saying yes, how can one guy say no?
It must be a pretty tough life, what with all the girls competing for Rins affections. Kaedes running herself ragged to keep his belly full and his house clean. Spunky Asa cant keep her hands off him, even if most of the time shes just slapping the poor boy silly. Nerines making omelet after omelet, immensely proud of her first cooking achievement. Sias seeking divine advice and the perfect pair of panties. And the ever silent Primula just stares after Rin with her big, sad eyes. They all have their charms, thats for sure. But summer breaks around the corner and the actions sure to heat up!
Which girl would YOU choose?
Each Shuffle volume contains a color pin-up poster.
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Zipang is unusual in Japanime, which is usually rife with action constantly. If you're looking for a Guyver or Gundum, this is not it; in the first four episodes there is exactly one battle, and even in it they do their best NOT to destroy the enemy vessel.
The crew of the cruiser are torn between their allegiances, on one hand they were trained to be allies of the American Navy, on the other thousands of Japanese sailors are dying before their eyes.
Despite the relative lack of action in this series, it is likely the very best Japanime I have ever experienced. the historical details of the era of WWII are flawless...as are the technical and operational details of how an Aegis class cruiser operates.
If you're a fan of both anime and WWII (as I am) this is a total win. Especially if you watch it in the original Japanese voices, (with English subtitles if needed). I say this quite seriously, the Canadian/English voice-cast is the one truly vulgar and broken thing about this series. But that's not the fault of the Japanese writers and animators, who made this one a win.
Oh, and the whole time-travel, Modern Japan versus Old Imperial Japan dilemma is interesting as well.