Maya and Chihiro confront each other.

Seikimatsu Occult Gakuin (Occult Academy) episode 11 dares to go places you wouldn’t have guessed. As this series moves towards its conclusion, passions, bubbling below the surface, erupt, Fumiaki is seduced, beaten, and abandoned, Maya is killed, and a white witch emerges.

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Finally, hard evidence of alien visitors!

In episode 7 of Occult Academy (Seikimatsu Occult Gakuin), we tag along with Maya, as she attempts to get information on the alien invasion. Prepare to be amazed!

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Someone is not only willing, but happy to listen to Bou-san's troubles.

Another week with me falling behind. Here I try to keep up, by writing about Shiki episode 6, Occult Academy (Seikimatsu Occult Gakuin) episode 7, and Ookami-san to Shichinin no Nakamatachi episode 7. Before we get down to it, you might want to know that the mysterious driver of the cart has produced a chart revealing anime expected in Fall 2010. Take a look now, and start wondering about shows you won’t be able to watch for months.

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An excellent week all around

Well, I’m about a week behind, so this will be a short rave about Shiki episode 5, Occult Academy (Seikimatsu Occult Gakuin) episode 5, and Ookami-san to Shichinin no Nakamatachi episode 6.
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The vice-president indulges in her romantic fantasy.

Episode 4 of Seikimatsu Occult Gakuin (Occult Academy) delivers more Maya kicking ass, the true story behind #6, the rescue of Kozue, and more rabu-rabu forĀ Uchida.

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Aah, love.

The third episode of Occult Academy (Seikimatsu Occult Gakuin) brings some changes in focus, structure, and tone. Whereas previous episodes have focused on Maya, this episode mostly deals with Bunmei-kun (AKA Abe Minoru), who, it turns out, likes to be called Fumiaki. Whereas previous episodes completely tackled a single problem within the episode (both previous episodes saw the vanquishing of some sort of monster), this episode sets up such a monster (called a tengu), then mostly abandons that thread, leaving us feeling like this was more of a two-parter. Whereas previous episodes could be described as horror-comedies with some action, this episode was a … romantic comedy?

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Camera phones can take lousy pictures.

Seikimatsu Occult Gakuin episode 2 was just as much fun as episode 1. This Horror-Comedy-Action show has really gotten off to a good start. While episode 1 introduced Maya and the academy where the series is located, episode 2 introduced Uchida, the time agent sent back to 1999 to save the future.

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