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As much as Rin and Daikichi are engrossed in their respective choices of literature, I decided to pick up the Usagi Drop manga and haven’t been able to put it down lately. Does that explain why some shows on my blog reel are a bit behind, like Sacred Seven and Ikoku Meiro no Croisee? Well, partly.

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The past two weeks have seemed like a switch-up for Claude and Yune – we get a slice of French culture accentuated by some really tough bread and a street market, followed by an interesting take on Claude’s interpretation of Yune’s and Oscar’s telling of the Japanese lifestyle. The best part about this show so far is that its pacing feels like putting a car in cruise control on a long road for several hours at a time; sure, it may be a long trip, but you can still appreciate the slowly changing scenery.

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Oh, Yune. Such a dilligent worker for a poster girl of a French sign shop. I’m sold.

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