The Summer of Love IV concludes! We have now reached our final post in the fourth annual Summer of Love. It’s been a long journey and as always, it’s been ups and downs. Still we are now at the end, and it’s for our final thoughts. Let’s get into those after the cut!
The Summer of Love IV continues! We have reached the final piece of media! The final chapter in this long journey of a girl and her magical cards. It’s been a ride full of ups and downs, but will this last entry be able to bring the show across the finish line? Or will it be the opposite? The truth is, as always, a bit of both. So after the cut let’s finally take a dive into the last entry of Cardcaptor Sakura: the second film: The Sealed Card!
What better way to end The Summer of Love IV this week with song that wraps the series up! The Tune of the Week is the ending theme of the final film: The Sealed Card: Ashita he no Melody by CHAKA!
The Summer of Love IV continues! The series is finished! After 70 episodes we have come to the grand conclusion. Does it hold up? Does the ending of the series successfully pull CCS to the finish line? Or has it collapsed under its own weight? Well after the cut let’s take a dive into the final batch of episodes and find out!
The Summer of Love IV continues! We are rapidly approaching the end of the series, but before we examine the last batch of episodes, I think it is important to examine one other character. Last time we discussed the series lead Sakura Kinomoto and her innocence, but also elements of true humanity. Now we will discuss the other main character, her rival, her friend and the person who becomes the love of her life. After the cut let’s take a dive into Syaoran Li.
The Summer of Love IV continues! We have watched the first anime film and now it is time to return to the main series! With the Clow cards captured and Sakura now their new master, what is left to discuss? Are the peaceful days going to continue, or are there more problems ahead of us? Well after the cut let’s take a dive into the next batch of episodes and find out!
What better way to finish off our look at the music of Cardcaptor Sakura than with the series best song. The tune of the week is the third and final opening theme for the series: Purachina by Maaya Sakamoto!
The Summer of Love IV continues! Last week we finally wrapped up our look at the final few episodes of the first half of the series. With that done and before we head into the final half, I thought it was important to make sure we cover all our bases with the series. I originally wasn’t going to be talk about this film as I didn’t feel it to be really important, but when making up the schedule I saw I had a free week and I figured I’d throw it in. Does that mean the story is worth looking at, or is it just another piece of filler? Well after the cut let’s take a dive into Cardcaptor Sakura: The Movie and find out!
The Summer of Love IV continues! Now I know I was doing this show in ten episode chunks, but since the first half of the story ends here, I felt it would be better to re-adjust the number of episodes, mostly because everything gets tied off in a nice little bow here. With that said let’s take a look into final episodes of the first story arc right after the cut!
The Summer of Love IV continues! As is traditional for every event, I make sure to take time to explore the main characters of the show. What makes them tick, work or really, what is that jumps out to me when I explore them? Of course for any successful show, a lot of the strength will come from the main character and Cardcaptor Sakura has one for sure, but she is also one who is surprisingly human. So after the cut let’s take a dive into the series lead: Sakura Kinomoto and find out!