Chuunibyou ONA – 01, 02, 03
When playing sports it is important to have a sense of depth perception. Honestly, I can’t tell an ounce of difference if I try closing one eye, but supposedly it helps our brains judge distances between the incoming ball of death and our fragile little faces.
Another thing that does not help when playing volley ball is being in an anime. For some reason, whenever you are in an anime there is a magical magnet pulling the ball toward your face, and this magnet only gets stronger the more out of sync you are with the world. The world of anime is a dangerous place.
So this is how the whole bandage thing started… With an actual injury.
Actually, this looks like this is where the whole “Evil Eye” delusion got started in the first place. I feel a little disappointed that they did not give a reason for the delusion to start (even something cliche like “her parents died”, “aliens probed her”, or “she was dropped on her head as a baby”) especially because it is the whole subject of the anime.
Perhaps the doctors just gave her some stupendously strong pain medication and the delusions came from being high.
This was the best net animation, because it takes place in the golden era of the Dark Flame Master.
If a girl acts like a lunatic it’s cute, if a guy does the same it’s creepy and he will likely be arrested. Thankfully our main character knows this and is quick to hide his gun and magical robe the second he notices the police come a rolling.
Also I thought that it was cute that the sister’s friend thought that he was cool. Everyone knows crazy people are cool, especially when they have big guns.
Now if you will excuse me, I am going to perform a 6 hour meditation to improve my blogging skills.