A young woman, by some strange occurrence, was left to die alone in the former building of the Academy for Sincere Teachings. Mysteriously, there is one person who can see her in ghost form: Niiya Teiichi, a freshman. Now they both seek to find out the reasoning behind her death, and what could have caused it.
Spoiler:Opening "Choir Jail" by Konomi Suzuki
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Thread Recap (last 10 posts from newest to oldest)
Jul 03, 12 at 12:00am
Yeah, with you on that GhostMember. Decided to finish up the rest of the series before getting into the new season anime proper and now wished I'd kept up with it regularly. I think the early episodes, while still good, belie the quality of the followup content when the story turns more towards investigating the mysteries surrounding Yuuko's past.
I guess I can see what you're saying about the last episode, though being a sucker for those kinds of things I'm kinda glad it went that way.
Jun 27, 12 at 2:27am
Just marathoned the series. Quite honestly, one of the best things I've seen in a while. I can understand why some people might be put off by the fanservice, but dat romance. The entire second half of the series was amazing and I was honestly quite surprised at all the foreshadowing in the first few episodes of the series when I rewatched it just to refresh myself on the timeline.
The ending kind of cheapens all the drama that happened in the first half of episode 12, but I was expecting it since Tasogare Otome is based on an ongoing serialised manga.
Would recommend to anyone who like romance.
May 05, 12 at 12:55am
OK, what the hell was with that sequence before the opening credits? It... it made no sense at all. Pointless. :\
Well, I guess the rest of the episode worked out pretty well, even if they did manage to find another flimsy reason for Yuuko to disrobe yet again. But I do want to find out about that even at the end.
Apr 25, 12 at 9:34am
It's not an astonishing top-of-the-line show, but it's good for a laugh. Which is nice. I like serious shows for the most part, and I like a show that has something to say, but comedy is an important part of a balanced season. It lightens the heart and makes sure you don't take all of the serious stuff too seriously. I wouldn't relegate comedy as a genre to 13-year-olds. That would be tragic.
Apr 25, 12 at 9:27am
I think "hate" is a pretty strong word to be directing at this series. For me it's certainly the least interesting of the seven series I'm following, but I think it's alright to keep up with.
Apr 25, 12 at 9:02am
noir, do you just not like comedy at all, or is it a particular brand of comedy that you find distasteful?
Apr 24, 12 at 12:30pm
Makkyun, that's disgusting.
I like the way you think
Apr 24, 12 at 12:11pm
No woman can get as in shape as a skeleton. I like'em thin.