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I just started Ojamajo Doremi and I’m immediately loving it… and considering the first scene is about the main character’s strange behavior as a result of “being in love with a boy again” (just not the kind of content that interests me), that’s saying something.
I love the art and the animation, so vivid and, well, animated. The facial expressions are so entertaining that I don’t want to look away. And the main character… I love her. Even the first scene wasn’t boring to me because she’s so expressive, so scatterbrained (like me), so dramatic, and has such amazing priorities… also, I don’t feel like this crush will actually go anywhere.
She was thrilled to hear the old woman she was talking to say she hates children, because witches hate children, and how exciting it’d be if she’d met a real witch! She had always wanted to be a witch, and not the Harry Potter kind, but the kind from traditional fairy tales. The first time she casts a spell, it’s to summon up a huge steak, because that’s the first thing that occurs to her to do with her magic.
Also, she has a friend who looks just like Himari from Kirakira! PreCure a la Mode, and she’s one of my favorite characters, so if this character inspired Himari, I’m sure I’ll love her.
Mr. Ehrenreich is suddenly being discussed all over Hollywood, as trade
papers and gossip columns on both coasts trumpeted this week that he has
landed the role of Star Wars’ Han Solo in the coming Solo standalone
movie, scheduled for 2018, rumors of which have circulated for weeks.
When asked, Mr. Ehrenreich said he could not say anything about it,
though he did cop to being a Star Wars fan. (“Who isn’t?” he said. Star
Wars vs. Star Trek? “Probably both.”)