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Tiny Cute Spinny Thing

Based on his reactions, you’d think this miniature incarnation of an ancient tome would go against everything Dio Bravo stands for.
And that’s one of the reasons I like her.

Ahh… finally, I can write about this. I finished watching the first two seasons shortly after watching the first, but I didn’t want to write about this until I had written about the first two seasons.

Then I realized there’s probably very little to say about them aside from “they’re among the very best the Mahou Shoujo genre has to offer,” so I decided I’d make that statement in the first post about season 3.

There’s just something about Magical Girl Lyrical Nanoha that manages to surpass much of the cliche-laden genre that it is a part of. It’s nice to see our female lead actually being talented at things rather than stumbling through one episode at a time, even if that does cause her “animal friend” to fall to the wayside due to having little to teach her. It’s also nice to see that the “animal friend” is a little bit more than just some cute and fuzzy companion who helps the main along every step of the way.

And then there’s the action and plot pacing, which flow so much better than anything shoujo or shounen have to offer. The fight scenes are invariably spectacular and almost always give us something new to see. And while the plot of the first season is fairly cliched (it’s the strength of the characters that manages to carry it through) the unique plot of the second season is memorable and wonderful. I like stories where there is no clear villain, after all, and the situation portrayed in A’s manages to be simultaneously suspenseful and touching.

So now we start the third season, whose fast paced first episode is what got me started with watching the series itself. And while some of the blogosphere that I’ve been reading appears disappointed so far (not to say there aren’t those that are impressed,) about the only thing that could make me happier about StrikerS would be for them to answer these three questions:

1.) How’s Yuuno doing as a librarian?

2.) When did Nanoha and Hayate start living on Midchilda?

3.) Where the heck did Arf go?

Aside from those three things, StrikerS is definitely towards the top of my list this spring.

It’s mostly due to the characters. Not only are Nanoha, Fate, Hayate and the Velka Knights just as lovable as ever, the four new mains all seem interesting, even though it’s mostly Subaru and Teana getting the attention so far. Thankfully, Erio and Kyaro both have some interesting abilities, and knowing the series, will definitely get their turn for development. Heck, even lil’ ol’ Reinforce Zwei makes me happy… although maybe that’s because our chibi friend terrifies Dio Bravo.

Some of the plot showed up in Episode 3 as well. As was the plot for the last two seasons, another potentially universe-destroying Lost Logia is at the center of things. That’s about all we know so far, but once we get through the training of our young’n’s and let them show us who they are, I’m sure we’ll get some more insight into this as well.

Can’t wait to see how things turn out.

No character intros for right now, Pokemon Pearl calls.