Aaaaaahhh!! He was there!! He was right there!!! And he didn't say anything! Not a word! Aaaaaaaaaaaaahhhhh!!!! And it was just to spite us, I know it!
Oh well. The preview showed him talking in the next episode. Of course, now we have to wait a whole week, but at least we know he'll be in it, instead of just being like, "What? Not yet? Well, maybe next time..." and then being disappointed again, like when we see all the previews for D. Gray-man (waiting for a Kanda episode). And we've already gotten the agony of waiting for him to show up and then lo! he's finally arrived! ...only he's not going to say anything. Punk.
Incidentally, the thought has occurred to us that if Junichi Sato is working on this anime, there is potential for a happy ending. But then again, it's possible that he's only allowed to direct voices because if he was involved in the story they'd have to make it happy, and they didn't want to. This is all just speculation, of course.
In other anime news, we thought it might be a good idea to catch up on Code Geass. duelist has been raving about it on her journal, telling everybody to watch it, and she's totally right, but we were actually reminded of it before then, when we were obsessed with Takahiro Sakurai (oh wait, that's still going on...). We were talking about him with pudges, and we checked the list of stuff they have at Anime Suki to see what she might have seen that he's in, and that's when we remembered. We mentioned it to pudges and she warned us that we might not like it so much because it's lacking in the cute factor. But picking it up again, I gotta say, "Lacking in cute? What are you talking about!? It's freakin' adorable!" But that might just be that we're Suzaku fans (for the obvious reason; but he is cute!). Then again, the reason we started watching it to begin with was that the manga is done by Majiko! (the exclamation point is part of her pen name), and we translated one of her works, which we felt was also quite adorable. Not quite sure that's what she was going for, since it's about a girl who goes to school with monsters, but they were all such cute monsters. And the school chairman likes to dress up in animal costumes.
It's actually got a lot of elements in common with Gundam Seed, Code Geass does. I don't really have much to expand on that--I just wanted to point it out.
And also! We have a camera now, so we can post pictures! But not right now because it's sooooo much wooooork.
Today I'm thankful for shiny new cameras, software with fun stamp tools, the word "quite," batteries, and lanyards.