Nisenmonogatari OP 1 in Flash :Bakemonogatari 2 Picture

My latest Shockwave flash animation - took another 3 hours!

All my Flash Animations can be found here: [link]

"Futakotome" (二言目?) - Chiwa Saitō - the voice actress of Hitagi Senjōgahara, Koyomi Arargi's girlfriend from the first season, who also sang the first OP from season 1, "Staple Staple".

From episode 1 of the highly and long anticipated anime series Nisenmonogatari, the sequel to the anime series Bakemonogatari (化物語?, "ghostory," a portmanteau of bakemono (化物?, ghost or monster) and monogatari (物語?, story)) is a Japanese popular light novel series written by Japanese novelist Nisio Isin and illustrated by Taiwanese illustrator Vofan; the series is published by Kodansha under the Kodansha Box imprint.

The story centers on Koyomi Araragi, a third year high school student who has recently survived a vampire attack, and finds himself mixed up with all kinds of apparitions; gods, ghosts, mythological beasts, and spirits. An anime adaptation by Shaft started airing on July 3, 2009 and went through a total of 15 episodes. The prequel novel, Kizumonogatari (傷物語?) was announced as being green-lit for an anime movie production, while the sequel Nisemonogatari (偽物語?) has been green-lit for a TV anime production planned for January 2012. The first episode aired on January 8, 2012.

Plot and setting

Bakemonogatari centers on Koyomi Araragi, a third year high school student who is almost human again after briefly becoming a vampire. One day, a classmate named Hitagi Senjōgahara, who never talks to anyone, falls down the stairs into Koyomi's arms. He discovers that Hitagi weighs next to nothing, in defiance of physics. Despite being threatened by her to keep away, Koyomi offers his help, and introduces her to Meme Oshino, a strange middle-aged man living in an abandoned building, who cured him of being a vampire.

The series tends to introduce only one new heroine per chapter, each involved with a different "apparition". Most of them have an item which symbolises their spectres, such as Hitagi's stapler - the claw of a crab, Mayoi's back pack - the shell of a snail, Suruga's arm - the arm of a monkey, and Nadeko's big hat and baggy jacket - the head and skin of a snake. The events of the previous chapters play an important role in the subsequent ones. The series primarily focuses on conversations between characters; it contains a fair number of parodies of other series, as well as Nisio Isin's trademark word play and meta-humor.
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