Oh, it gets worse. In the best way.
Good to see you writing for Kinja again. Reiko may be referencing a specific model as the Super Cub is more like a family of motorcycles evolving with time. Wikipedia claims the Super Cub is still in production (longest running production - since 1958). It was the subject of the Honda’s 1963 “You meet the nicest… Read more
Yeah when I started watching the fact that she lives by herself honestly didn’t seem that unusual. Even kids whose parents are still around sometimes have apartments to themselves simply because it’s more convenient to their high school, which is often the case because your choice of high school is far less restricted… Read more
Wow. This article is so well written compared to what I’m used to on Jalopnik and Kotaku. You really have to write more car and bike stuff, this is truly amazing. Nearly teared up reading it. Read more
When speaking to Kotaku’s Brian Ashcraft about the series, we shared concerns that Super Cub will turn into nothing but animated commercials for Honda. So far, though, I think our concerns were misplaced. Read more
This is my next anime. I’ve only watched two animes with the “lady + motorcycle” formula (Bakuon and Kino’s) and I’ve loved them. For some reason it just clicks with me. Are there more shows with this theme? Read more
What I find interesting that I would like to know more about that the show I doubt will cover is more details on Koguma’s living situation. She’s a orphan living on her own and so far there has been no social worker or adult checking up on her. She gets a allowance I’m assuming from the Government but I’m curious how… Read more
IT WAS THESE GUYS!
It was probably production. It has been on sale in Mexico for a little while now. I live in South Texas I’ve seen several on the road. Of course St. Louis is a bit more of a hike from the border, but there is no reason someone couldn’t have taken a road trip up there. Read more