Love Live! 2 Episode 13
Love Live! School idol project (ラブライブ! School idol project, Rabu Raibu! School idol project) is an anime television series, produced by anime company Sunrise in association with the music label company Lantis, and is directed by Takahiko Kyougoku. It began airing in Japan on January 6, 2013 on Tokyo MX and is being simulcast by Crunchyroll. The first season of the anime ended airing on March 31, 2013 with a total of 13 episodes. An original video animation episode was released on November 27, 2013. The second season aired from April 6, 2014 to June 29, 2014 with a total of 13 episodes. The movie premiered on June 13, 2015. The anime is licensed by NIS America for release in North America.
Love Live! 2 Episode 13
While preparing for the live and doing their training in New York, μ's continues to enjoy themselves as tourists as well, with the insert song Hello, Hoshi o Kazoete played at the end of the montage. During one of these times, however, Honoka gets separated from the rest of the group. Lost in a foreign land, she encounters a lone Japanese female singer performing on the streets, and is charmed by her beautiful voice singing As Times Go By. On the way back to the hotel, Honoka asks about her story, and realises that they were the same. The girl also used to perform music with her close friends, and ended up alone in New York after many encounters and partings. Honoka was led back to her hotel safely by the girl, but when she turned to introduce her to the rest of μ's, the girl had already vanished. Honoka was left carrying the girl's microphone set, with one question lingering in her head from their conversation: "What's most important is, whose sake do you sing for?" The first section of the movie concludes with them performing Angelic Angel in New York's Times Square and Central Park.
Faced with the dilemma out in the middle of a rainstorm, Honoka hears a lone voice singing, and runs into the same singer she met before. Insisting that she needed to thank her, Honoka drags her back to her home, only to have her stop just outside, saying that that was good enough. The singer then asks if Honoka had found the answer to her question yet. After having Honoka close her eyes, the two of them are transported to a hill full of flowers, in front of a large lake. The singer then asks Honoka to jump over the lake, telling her that she definitely can fly whenever she wanted. Honoka proceeds to run down the hill and take the jump, reaffirming her love for the existence of school idols. Eli also sends Honoka a message on behalf of the third years after they had discussed it, telling her their decision to stop activities.
Love Live! is a Japanese multimedia project created by Hajime Yatate and Sakurako Kimino. Each of the individual titles within the franchise revolve around teenage girls who become "school idols". A 13-episode anime television series of Love Live! School Idol Project produced by Sunrise, directed by Takahiko Kyōgoku, and written by Jukki Hanada aired in Japan on Tokyo MX from January 6 to March 31, 2013 and was simulcast by Crunchyroll. An original video animation episode was released on November 27, 2013. A second season aired on Tokyo MX from April 6 to June 29, 2014, also airing on TV Aichi, Yomiuri TV, and BS11, and was simulcast by Crunchyroll.
A 13-episode anime television series of Love Live! Sunshine!! produced by Sunrise, directed by Kazuo Sakai, and written by Hanada aired between July 2 and September 24, 2016 and was simulcast by Crunchyroll. A 13-episode second season aired between October 7 and December 30, 2017. The series is licensed in North America by Funimation, in the United Kingdom by Anime Limited, and in Australia by Madman Entertainment. An English dub by Funimation began streaming from July 30, 2016.
A 13-episode anime television series of Love Live! Nijigasaki High School Idol Club produced by Bandai Namco Filmworks, directed by Tomoyuki Kawamura, and written by Jin Tanaka, aired between October 3 and December 26, 2020. It was also streamed live through the Bandai Channel, Line Live, and YouTube Live. A second season aired between April 2 and June 25, 2022.
A 12-episode anime television series of Love Live! Superstar!! produced by Bandai Namco Filmworks, directed by Kyogoku, and written by Hanada, aired on NHK Educational TV between July 11 and October 17, 2021. Funimation has licensed the series for international releases. A second season aired between July 17 and October 9, 2022. A third season has been announced.
There wasn't really any conflict or drama leading into this season finale. Hell, we wrapped up all the stuff with the new characters back in episode nine, so there certainly wasn't going to be any big surprises or twists in here. Much like season one, Nijigasaki chooses instead to go out with an episode-length concert, but whereas season one's ending felt like a victory lap, this one feels like a farewell.
How has Aqours grown as a group? Will they learn what it means to shine? Will they manage to turn the zero into a one? Find out in this episode, which is the finale for season one of Love Live! Sunshine!!
The episode then jumps to the day of the Love Live! The three support members are late, but it turns out they brought every student from Ura High so that the entire school could be on stage at once. However, at this point Riko apologizes and tells them that the rules only allow for actual members to be on-stage.
Hey everyone, my name is Deven Luca. I'm an friend of SkyCorps since he started his blog and now we're working together.I'm a co-writer here at Anime Corps. I'm a huge lover of the Nasu-verse, Love Live,Love Live School Idol Festival and Date A Live. Expect a lot of posts about them!So that's enough from me. Make sure to let the reviews speak for themselves. Later!
The traditional school Otonokizaka High is situated between the three towns of Akihabara, Kanda, and Jinbocho. This school is also in imminent danger of closing. Because of this crisis, the second year student Honoka Kosaka takes center stage with eight others to do something about it! "To protect the school we love so much, we have to do all we can... We have to become school idols! By becoming idols and advertising how great our school is to the world, more students will want to apply!"
With Syfy's record of axing low-rated series early on, we just might be waiting to meet a corporeal Lucifer for all eternity. I'm not saying I wouldn't love a third season, mind you. As a matter of fact, I've mentioned several times in my reviews that Dominion deserves more time to tell its story. It's just that Syfy's record speaks for itself.
My disappointment in Noma started in Dominion Season 2 Episode 12. Learning she was responsible for Charlie's death sealed my dislike for the character. Noma always seemed so straightforward, dedicated and in love with Alex. Now we know that guilt and a life debt were her true motivation.
Yes, she sacrificed her wings to honor that debt, but she's got a lovely new white pair now. What does that say about the character? The writers might surprise me in Season 3, but I seriously doubt I will ever like her in the same way after these revelations.
Speaking of revelations, learning that Michael never destroyed Lucifer's body was a game-changer. Michael's so damn sentimental, which more often than not gets him in hot water. Still, it's also what makes him almost human and the reason we love him. You've got to take the good with the bad, right?
Claire deciding to face her father sealed her fate. Her line to Alex, "This is goodbye, isn't it?" was a dead giveaway. Though the character had an interesting arc this season, I can't help but be disappointed she was killed off. Her pregnancy seemed like such an important twist, but went nowhere. She and Alex appeared to be very much in love in the first season, yet it turned out he'd fallen in love with the treacherous Noma. Claire fell for Gates, only to lose him when he sacrificed himself to save Vega.
Noma: I couldn't do it. I couldn't do it.Michael: Of all who serve, you hold the highest place in my heart. Why did you let him live?Noma: I was going to do it, but right before my sword fell I felt him. Our Father. His presence all around the baby. It was so strong.
The Prophet setting Gabriel on fire surprised me, but I knew the archangel wouldn't go out like that. I loved that the volunteers sacrificing themselves was healing Lucifer. The last pure heart would have made a nice addition to his collection, but that's never going to happen. I must admit, Michael realizing Noma had struck a deal was chilling.
I would love for Si-Eun to be the one for Seo-Ban. I think she deserves a man who can treat her good and show that just because a woman is older it does not make her unlovable. This show really makes your blood boil in alot of situations. I have never seen people so selfish.
What a mess this series is still,how could that doctor be seen outside with this nutcase as for the singer guess she will end up with the younger brother WHY glad when this finishes but why only 1 episode now
In the first episode of Love Live! School Idol Project season 2, the girls went to what I assume is an arcade where the front sign says Gamers. When watching the ED for episode 2, I noticed this same logo appear in the credits (this is the localized version released by NISA).
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