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Having a week off this week, I assumed I’d be able to get this done earlier in the week. But alas, a dentist appointment and being called into work on an emergency shift happened, and so its going live midweek instead.

Either way, this week’s SOTW is by far the cutesiest song I’ve ever blogged as SOTW. It’s the one-episode 2nd ending to ‘Kaguya-sama’, used in episode 3. The ending animation is both delightful and stunning (with references to manga chapters that the anime hasn’t even reached yet), and Konomi Kohara has immediately become my favourite seiyuu ever. So you’d imagine it’s a pretty damn good song to boot.

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And this week’s SOTW will be the OP of the other series I’m watching this season.

As with ‘Go-Toubun’, I’ve read ‘Kaguya-sama wa Kokurasetai’ (or ‘Kaguya-sama: Love Is War’) since the first chapter was up online, and have since purchased every volume translated into English so far. So I was very hyped when I read it was getting an anime. The plot is simple, but effective. The comedy is timed perfectly in a lot of places. And the pace for the war between minds is fast but logical to follow, even if you have to suspend disbelief to follow it.

And all that’s just because of how well the core four (later five) characters are written, and how they perfectly bounce off of each other. Without a doubt, ‘Kaguya-sama’ is probably my favourite series to have been released within the past 5 years.

…and what a ridiculously catchy and fitting song to use as its OP theme.

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A rare positive – because my posts are always late in the week, I got to blog Go-Toubun no Hanayome’s OP this week instead of next week.

Many may not know this, but I love Go-Toubun no Hanayome (aka The Quintessential Quintuplets). If you’ve ever read my “reading list” on our author’s watchlist page, you’ll know I’ve been reading this series since the one-shot came out way back when, and I’m elated that it now has an anime series.

Having watched the first episode within the past day, I can tell I will have a new “top 10 anime series” series to add to my personal list.

Anyway, as I stated, this week I’m blogging the OP, performed by the Nakano sisters’ seiyuu.

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Wow, this is late. Well, what did you expect? I was working from the 17th all the way up to Christmas Day, and then I had Christmas stuff to do after that.

So, this week’s SOTW is literally just a song that I’ve been humming/singing recently. I loved every single GX OP theme, so its fairly difficult to rank them (although 99% by BOWL, the 2nd OP, might be my favourite). So here’s the 4th and final GX opening (of the oft-forgotten, but very good, season 4) to satiate you for this week.

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Well, this is a very late post. So, this week’s SOTW will be another Yu-Gi-Oh! theme, as most days a random assortment of them plays on a constant loop in my head.

This one is DM’s 2nd ending, and is a pretty good song, if slightly mediocre animation.

Still, enjoy.

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