I Love This Show: Tokyo Mew Mew

Sometimes I think I’m too much of a child. I just love this anime. It’s cute, adorable, and semi-badass.

At least I think so. I mean, they’re five girls with animal influenced powers who work at a maid café and fight to protect nature. They’re like the Planeteers!

Personally I’m a big fan of Zakuro Fufiwara. She’s definitely the type of girl that most younger girls would look up to. After all Mint Aizawa did, she would have tied herself to Zakuro if she could.

If you don’t want spoilers you should probably stop reading now. Also, am I the only one who was a little upset with Ichigo Momomiya’s romantic decision at the end? Sure Masaya Aoyama seems like a really nice guy and all, and sure, he had been protecting her all along as the Blue Knight. I get it, great guy. But what about Kish, he seemed to like her. Even though they were enemies! I thought so at least. I would have been a big fan of that. But what can you do?

Ja mata



About lathya

I'm a huge Otaku! I love anime, but I prefer manga to anime. However I have a *need* to own all the manga I read, but with anime I don't mind watching it online. I buy box sets of my favorites. So, needless to say, I'm almost always bordering on broke to feed my obsession. I've been into cosplay for a while, but am full embracing my long time growing Steampunk obsession. I love reading fantasy stories, my favorite authors are Brom and Oscar Wilde. I do a lot of my own writing as well. Mostly short stories and poems, but I have a few ideas in the works for a couple of novels. I just need to get my ass in gear and write them, not just outlines of them.
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