Hello, and welcome to All Your Monies, where The Glorio Blog’s resident toy and figure collecting crew (and Aquagaze) will run down the last week’s new pre-orders, turning a loving or scathing eye over what’s been put out for you to spend your hard earned cash on. This week we’re kind of picking up the scraps.
Welcome to the Lost and Found, our brand new convoluted question and answer segment where we tackle the most pressing issues from our past month’s search terms.
Hello, and welcome to All Your Monies, where The Glorio Blog’s resident toy and figure collecting crew will run down the last week’s new preorders, turning a loving or scathing eye over what’s been put out for you to spend your hard earned cash on. This week, it’s a super-ultra giant sized MANLY WEEK FOR…
Despite all odds, the Choir and Sometimes Badminton Club finally gets to sing Wakana’s song. After their last performance, the group finalizes their plans for the future.
The Club insists on canceling the White Festival cancellation and continues to prepare for their performance. Their enthusiasm catches on with the rest of the town, but also draws attention from the construction company standing against them.
The Club members settle into their roles preparing for the White Festival. Taichi has some trouble making himself useful, but there are much larger problems looming over the entire school.
The Club starts to take their role as the WestShopRangers a little too seriously. Meanwhile, Wakana seeks songwriting advice from the Vice Principal, who co-wrote a song with her mother.
Sawa’s mom recruits the Choir and Sometimes Badminton Club to dress up as Sentai Rangers and promote local business. This strikes a chord with Wien, who reveals why he takes the assignment so seriously.
Sawa begins to break down as her hope of becoming a professional rider seems to be getting further and further away. Meanwhile the Choir and Sometimes Badminton club is required to audition to perform on the main stage, and they just might have to go on without her.
Wakana commits to the Choir and Sometimes Badminton Club just in time for some unfriendly competition with the original Choir club. Meanwhile, the group is trying to figure out their after graduation plans and Sawa seems to be struggling the most.
Wakana is so overwhelmed by her grief she falls ill and misses school. With the support of the people that care about her though, she is ready to fulfill her mother’s final wish.
The Choir and Sometimes Badminton Club celebrates a victory on the badminton side, but this time without Wakana. Trying to cope with all the recent talk about her mother, she tries rid herself of the things that bring back memories of her
The World Festival is shaken up by an old classic band with ties to Sakai’s past. Konatsu is a huge fan, but has to remember what she’s singing for.
The choir club falls apart after their failed recital, leaving Konatsu once again searching for members. Taichi also finds himself recruiting for badminton. Who will convince who to join their club?
Konatsu recruits plenty of members for her new choir club, including Sakai whom the faculty seem very interested in. On the day of their first performance however, it almost seems like fate itself tries to deny her the chance to sing.
After nearly getting dropped from the Choir Club, Konatsu Miyamoto decides to FIGHT THE POWA and start a singing club of her own. She sets out to recruit four of her friends, each with their own challenges and dreams.