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Aiura Episode 2

Ishida & Asakura is one of the weirder super-shorts I've watched, with only 2 minutes per episode (just like the similarly silly Teekyu). It seems to be frequently compared to Sakigake!! Cromartie Koukou and I can definitely see why, although I feel Sakigake!! is a far better watch (though far longer, admittedly). And boy, do its yonkoma roots really show.

Aiura Episode 2


Overall, a decent episode. It seems like the first few episodes of Mushibugyou are just going to essentially be character introductions as Koikawa is the next in line (based on next episode previews). The animation is still very nice and slick, and I absolutely love the soundtrack for this series. I still find all the fanservice a bit off-putting, but eh; what can you do?

Insights into the (actually funny) antics of three high school girls who seem to be completely clueless with life but sincere and in for having fun. Each episode is 3-minutes long and has a series of gags with an overall lose progression of time tying the series together over 12 episodes.

Aiura is a short anime adapted from a Four-panel Manga of the same name. The anime is directed by Nakamura Ryousuke, produced by Pony Canyon and is 12 episodes in length with a 3 min. duration each. Aiura started broadcast in Japan on April 10, 2013 and ended on June 25, 2013.

We recently had a case of a 59-year-old male patient with a severe bout of abdominal pain. A pancreatic tail pseudocyst had been diagnosed on computed tomographic scan the previous year. The repeat scan revealed enlargement since the prior examination with extension into the spleen (Figure 1). There was no calcification, and the head, neck, and body of the pancreas were unremarkable. The biliary tree was normal and there were no gallstones. Liver function test results were normal; there was a mildly elevated serum lipase of 150 U (local reference range, 0-60 U/L) noted on presentation; and an episode of anemia (Hgb 9.4 g/dL) occurred prior to surgery.

An 81-year-old woman presented at our hospital with a 1-year history ofintermittent pain localized at the right upper abdominal quadrant, withoutdiffusion to any other body part. The patient denied episodes of fever duringthe previous months. Her medical history was significant for hypertension,transient ischemic attack (TIA), and sigmoid diverticulitis.

Cosplay selfie tightsKanjiKosupure ji tori taitsuRōmajiコスプレ自撮りタイツEpisode CreditsEpisode DirectorKazuya AiuraScreenplayFumiaki MarutoStoryboardKanta KameiChronologyPrevious episodeEpisode 1Next episodeEpisode 3 041b061a72


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