After long await, a whole season of paranormal activity, and hashing it out with the picture guy for ruining the shota trap OVA for everyone, here is the end of Occult Academy.
Good news: WE FOUND OUT WHO IS NOSTRADAMUS’ KEY! Bad news: We did some weird ass shit to get the Key. Read the rest of this entry →
Today on the Academy for the Occult, it’s the infamous “Maya dies episode”, but it doesn’t come without it’s fare share of revelations and more conspiracy theories than the NHK.
Previously in the comment box of Seitokai Episode 10’s post:
“Timing with seasons never works out with actual shows, considering that Amagami SS which has several depictions of Christmas Eve is now a Summer show.
I also facepalm at the nutbars who scheduled Shiki, Highschool of the Dead, and Occult Academy (which would’ve been perfect for the fall season) to be aired in the summertime”
Well looks like I fucked up on that one, since now Occult Academy’s having Christmas.
Of course, since everyone & their grandmas know this song is about having the O-face, I have to say that this episode felt like having one. Especially if that O-face is caused by getting bitten by a chupacabra.
Did you enjoy that Batman panel when Robin says the title above & gets slapped? Then you’ll love the last 5 minutes of this episode. Anyway, now that Maya has wrestled with ghosts, tengu, timetravelers, and afterlife machines, now it’s time to go Will Smith on some UFO ass, and that has nothing to do with getting jiggy with them. Also, I’d like to point out that there’s alot of Ami in this episode because I like Ami. Now that that’s out of the way, lets dive in:
If you just love love LOVE meganekko, then we’ve got two Kozue-centric episodes to quench any Megane lover’s thirst.
Alright, so now we’ve learned that Bunmei is a timetraveler sent back to 1999 to find Nostrodamus’s Key, which can only be found by taking a picture of it through a cellphone camera that shows what the said person or item will look like in the 2012 apocalypse. But for now, there’s a tengu loose and it’s said to have attacked people in the village.
If this doesn’t already show you what Maya feels about Bunmei, the once naked time-traveler, then allow me to enlighten you. And since time is of the essence, Imma hoping that I could get to the most recent ones by pairing up 3 & 4. But for now, I’ll stick safe with #2. Now since we’ve gotten a feel for our main character Maya from the 1st episode, let us venture forth into the world of the occult.