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Yup, it’s late, but I’ve only had one day off this week. I was going to discuss the new live-action Ghost In The Shell movie, as it’ll be released at the end of March, then relate it to this SOTW, but alas, I have no time.

So I’ll just leave the opening of Ghost In The Shell: Stand Alone Complex 2nd GIG here, Rise by Origa.

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Well, this is annoyingly extremely late. Unfortunately, I’ve had a couple of night shifts in a row, and will continue to until at least Tuesday, plus one or two early morning training courses in different towns in the area, so that was exhausting.

I was going to write something more about this, seeing as Ghost In The Shell is being released as a Hollywood live-action movie at the end of March (and looks awesome by the way), but alas, this is all I’ll be able to write.

It’s the 1st ending of Ghost In The Shell: Stand Alone Complex 1st GiG, Lithium Flower, sung by Scott Matthew, written by Tim Jensen, composed by Yoko Kanno.

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So, this week’s is kind of late to the party, I apologise. To set this up, there I was, more of a manga-reader than an anime-watcher nowadays, and then all of a sudden, One-Punch Man gets an anime, which by this time I’m more than acquainted with the manga. And I notice the opening is by JAM Project, who I love. AND the opening is fricking AWESOME, might I add.

So, here it is, a couple of months late (because shut up): One-Punch Man’s opening is SOTW. Enjoy.

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Ah, sorry, I was busy again. Was working 9 hour evening shifts over the weekend, so you’ll have to forgive me. But at least this is up by mid-week, right?

And it’s a Shippuden theme, again. And it’s also an Ajikan song, again. But what can I do? When I’m spent for time, I go to the stuff that works well.

I enjoyed this opening. It had 3 different animations as the story progressed, and the song itself was like a return to form on Naruto themes in general. So yeah, enjoy the song for as long as the week has left.

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Yes, it’s a 90’s song. Yes, it’s a 90’s anime. It’s been a while since the last.

I like DNA². It has nice (albeit very 90’s) character design and animation, it’s story is a nice blend of sci-fi and harem (which wasn’t too overplayed during its release), and the themes are great. I’ve already blogged ‘Blurry Eyes’ by L’Arc~en~Ciel, which was the opening, and they got another great, long-lasting Japanese band (especially lead singer Tsunku) in Sharam Q to do the ending.

The song itself is a good ending theme: calm, romantic guitars paired with Tsunku’s soothing voice end each episode well. So, anyway, here’s the song in Ending and PV versions.

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