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Discussion in 'New In Japan' started by Narilka, Jun 30, 2017.
Yeah, you in the right place. Think that was episode 1.
I just caught up, gosh damn Mako is just so adorable. Her and Tatara are super cute together, I hope they stay together.
When I looked at this, I never thought I could get into it. However pleasantly surprised to be wrong, the show is rather soothing. Genuinely a fun show to just sit back and enjoy the animation/soundtrack colab. I like all of the characters except Honoaka or however it's spelled.
Behind on this one as well. Think the last I watched was episode 5.
PV for the 2nd half of the anime previews the new opening theme song "Invisibile Sensation" by Unison Square Garden.
2nd cour going strong as well. Though I enjoyed the adorable chemistry between Mako and Fujita, I'm excited to see what the Fujita-Chinatsu dynamic holds. Full steam ahead to the Grand Prix!!
Sengoku and Tatara parting ways. Never thought that'd be.
Spoiler: Tense to the ∞
Still waiting for all the episodes to release. I want to watch this so bad.
Fam, you should start the 1st half atleast.
I can't. If I like it too much I'll binge watch.
Waiting for the next episode causes me pain.
Yeah, it's a pretty heartwarming series, so you could easily fall in love with it.
Just got caught up and I am still enjoying this series. They have the best “I hate you looks” while dancing.
Chi-chan is really cute and I feel for her, she is really trying to give up control but she hasn’t quite been able to completely. This is causing her syncing issues with Tatara. I am sure they will overcome their issues within the next couple of episodes.
Chi and Tatara are on track woooo. It's funny how Kugimiya's partner get's so less a screentime. Hope we get to know more of her from the upcoming comp.
Spoiler: Best uwotm8 face
Tatara adapting to Chinatsu the beast-dancer.
The official Twitter account for the Welcome to the Ballroom manga posted a note from creator Tomo Takeuchi about the anime adaptation. The note reveals that the plot of the anime's story will pass the manga before the end of the Metropolitan Tournament.
Twitter Status: here
Takeuchi's full note reads:
Gaju and Hyodo sure do that comedy real well.
Final episode next weekend. Damn, I'm really excited on how they're gonna end it given that episode 23 has caught up with the latest chapter of the manga, or so I heard.
Finally caught up myself and I truly enjoyed this show. Despite the countless freeze frames I was nearly captivated the throughout the entirety of the show. I would say you could get the same experience from the manga (all be it were to now catch up to the anime), however the music really helped set the tone. I'm looking forward to the manga catching up/passing the anime, if only it didnt take the author 6-7 years just to write 40 odd some chapters.