Houkago no Pleiades 04-05

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 Fufufu it’s time for some epic MAGICAL GIRL FUN! Yes I slipped up and had to do a double episode review, but it gave me and Skylion a lot of things to talk about especially with all the Saturn talk in the fifth episode thanks to science talk with Skylion! I hope you enjoy our little chat.


Extra magical girls

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Do not wake the twin tail magical girl!

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Subaru-“Dude let’s eat the damn moon!”            Hikaru-“You are going to get so fat.”

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Hikaru-“I’m not crying because I love my friends or anything! BAKA!!”

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Itsuki-“Why are we doing this!?”                  Nanako-“FOR SCIENCE!!!!!”

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Nanako-“This will make a great picnic spot.”                    Hikaru-“………..”

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Nanako and Mr alien blob are the best duo.

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I ship this so hard!


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It’s a showtime!


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7 Responses to “Houkago no Pleiades 04-05”

  1. Di Gi Kazune says:

    *still* haven’t even moved on this show lolicon-converting show… T_T Really have to get work on this.

  2. Namaewoinai says:

    Let’s See now…So these girls had capable of flying through space and yes even through…Saturn…wow…what will be next huh, will they fly outside solar system or somewhere else like…uh…Andromeda?

    Now for the characters, i see that long black hair (Itsuki)
    was a tomboy back then, man i wish her hair is short. and that yellow twin tale girl, Well i think their parents are involving their daughter when they talk about the moon!

    And…ahh The Red Haired uhhh…nah, I dunno about it for moment…

    • skylion says:

      Yep, they can travel. I’m sure the various space agencies of Earth would love access to Drive Shaft magic. As I said, I would like them to stay in our solar system for a while, but reaching out beyond shouldn’t be ignored, either.

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