Actually, Butsurigaku wa yasashisugiru desu is based on a romanticized view of physics research at a Japanese all-girls high school. I’m a physics researcher obsessed with Japanese culture, who wishes he were young and filled with dreams like back in high school.
So close enough.
Eighteen months later, I’m finally finishing the second season of Railgun. In Episode 12, Touma and MISAKA clone #10032 talk about naming a cat, and I found the dialogue strikingly unfunny.
I finally finished Suisei no Gargantia after stopping at episode 11 way back in June 2013. I forgot almost everything about this show and got it confused with Aquarion Evol for a while, and for the longest time I didn’t know why I didn’t want to spend an hour of my life to watch two episodes of anime.
Tonight, I realized why: Suisei no Gargantia is an incredibly mediocre show.