Why Is Mikomi Hokina DVD Fansubs So Popular?
A very popular Mikomi Hokyero review, This was written for my fellow Only Fans out there. Specifically we are looking at the two parts of the Mikomi Hokina Only fansubs that they released, the first being the English dub and the second being the Korean version. We will discuss the English dub first then talk about the Korean version.
Mikomi Hokina: Trouble comes to Mind is not really a stand alone release. It has two parts; the first part is the English dub and the second is the Korean version. The English dub is quite hilarious to me because it gives you a good laugh each time I watch it. It does tend to have some crude language though.
In the first part we cover the usual stuff like the fansubs, well-known scenes, and the movie in general. The second half covers the two fansubs “Miyuki” and “Kuma-zasa”. Miyuki is the Japanese name for Mommy. Kuma-zasa is the Korean name for daddy. These two names do make me think of something similar but it’s not exactly what I’m going to be talking about.
The fansubs in this video are actually some of the most hilarious to watch. The director makes a point to point out certain flaws that all Japanese fans will be able to relate to. For example, when Momo tries to attack Shizuka she gets zapped with one of her hair clips. Not only are these clips hilarious but they also give an excellent sense of realism that makes them entertaining to watch.
My favorite part of the video is the credits. While the video was funny and had some great humor, the credits also did a fantastic job at setting up the next episode. They showed a series of pictures from previous episodes as well as some that were present but not used. It was a fun way to end the video.
This is definitely one of my favorite anime videos. If you haven’t seen it then I highly suggest watching it. It’s very funny and I believe you’ll be able to relate to the characters. The best thing is, you get a laugh every time you see it.
The music in this video was a little dull but it was still pretty nice. The insert song was a nice change as well. The first was “Kimi no Koe” by Hiroyuki Takahashi. The second was “Chikyoun” from Kill la Kill. Both are decent and fit the style of the show.
This video was released a few months before the launch of the DVD. Because of this, there are a lot of preview clips for fansubs available on several sites. A lot of them are actually quite good, so I would suggest you start by checking them out and seeing if they appeal to you. The video is also available on several video sharing sites. I would encourage you to download it as well since you probably won’t find a better example of an opening scene done in this style.
There are a lot of Hokina fansubs out there. It’s just a matter of deciding which ones to watch and which ones to leave. I recommend that you start by checking out my other reviews for videos that you might enjoy. The only thing that really matters is that you have as much fun with the video as possible.