Subject: I have found a DVD that I think you would enjoy
|Full Moon Vol 2 - Full Moon Debuts|
Genres: Television, Anime & Manga, Animation
At Full Moon's first interview, Mitsuki tries too hard to act like a 16-year-old. But when she meets some friendly high school girls, she learns that the most important thing is being yourself!
Full Moon vol. 2
Love Anime. Love Manga. | Houston, TX | 02/09/2008
(4 out of 5 stars)
"THey changed some things about the second volume. They put those..um.. clip thingys on the side of the DVD so you cant just OPEN it.. I guess thats a good thing? And for the titles of each episode on the DVD (When you watch it) they translated the titles into English and Mitsuki says the English title. Sorta childish. I liked the Japenese Title's better.
Episode 5: Fillers. Fillers. FIllers. 8sigh* THeres alot of fillers in FULL MOOn and this is no exception. I think Mitsuki already acts like a 16 year old (the problem in this episode) cause she obsesses over Eichi so much (I understand Takuto completely on that matter.) It really gets annoying.
Episode 6: Yet another filler. It's sorta confusing in the middle-end cause she acts like shes an orphan..then she says her parents are shopping..and..ugh o_O
Episode 7: Finally not a filler :D! mADOKAS SUCH A..YOU-KNOW-WHAT. She's jealous. But Full Moon can sing betetr than her :). It's cute how Takuto gives her confidence at the end :)
Episode 8: UGH! *FALLS OVER* Another filler!!!!! But finally she makes some friends at school..?
So basiclly: It's all filelrs except for Episode 7. Bu episode 6 is funny. Buy it only if you really like the anime and can;'t stand the gap iun your collection. :) (Like me.)"