Comment on Top 20 Most Anticipated Anime Sequels of 2013 by Uzza:
I just finished Ore no Imouto (literally, just 15 minutes ago).
It was really fun, and I just can’t wait for season two.
Uzza made other comments on this post:
- Top 20 Most Anticipated Anime Sequels of 2013:
“Ookami to Koushinryou because you’d just be bleeding for more.” I’d say that’s a VERY good thing! It doesn’t apply to me though, because I’m already bleeding for more since season two ended.
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