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Monday, July 24, 2017

Kemono Friends Season 2 Green-Lit:

"It will take some time, so please wait."  So who knows when we'll actually see season 2.  2019?  2020?  Nevertheless, it's good news for Kemono Friends.  It's nigh-impossible to get a high ranking with just 12 episodes, so this extra material might be just the trick for the show to break the top 100 barrier.

The series left off in an open-ended way that felt like a sequel would be desirable.  I don't feel that this is just a cash grab. There's still a lot more fun to be had in this world.  Tamoshii!  Sugoi!

Basilisk is also getting a new anime season, for what that's worth.  I have no idea why since everyone in the story is dead by the end of the first season.  But whatever, Basilisk is Basilisk.

I've listened through Classic and Burning Crusade WoW.  One of the composers, Matt Uelman, has just been horrid.  Thankfully, he never composes for any expansions past Burning Crusade.  At least they corrected that mistake.  Even so, Uelman oversaw so much music for Burning Crusade, he still ended up with three songs in my hall of fame -- The Cenarion Expedition, Nagrand and The True Draenor.  (plus some short ditties).  I guess even a broken clock can correctly tell time twice a day.

I also listened through all my Legion WoW music, but that's comparatively little since I didn't manage to get the full soundtrack of this expansion.  Still, I did get the most important songs, and they are quite good.  So far, my hall of fame has 46 minutes of music from Legion, 1 hour and 14 minutes of music from Burning Crusade, and 2 hours and 4 minutes of music from Classic.

As you can see, Classic takes the cup by a mile.  But there's still plenty of competition left.  Wrath of the Lich King, Cataclysm, Mists of Pandaria, and Warlords of Draenor are all yet to come.

1 comment:

Chase Davila said...

I love the first season of Kemono friends. It was like planet of the apes but with cute anime girls