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Hello! Project Power Rankings August 2015

Guest Contributor @thenumber244 here with a look at the last month in Hello! Project land. That’s right: I balance two pencils at 90 degrees atop a circular list of the Hello! Project groups and chant “Charlie, Charlie, who rules the Projects?” Sometimes Charlie makes a mistake or two, but I …

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AKB Spring Shuffle: The Rundown

A short while ago, on March 26, 2015, AKB announced plans for the Spring Shuffle, the group’s fourth one to date. This shuffle involved many different changes for AKB48 and the 48 group as a whole, and in this post I’ll be documenting those changes as well as my thoughts …

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2014 Release Calander

Q1 2014: 01/01 – 3Bjunior [Nanairo no Stardust] 01/01 – 3Bjunior [Sutada 3bjunior Last Dai Zenshuu (Album) ] 01/01 – GEM [We’re GEM!] 01/01 – NMB48 [Team N 1st Stage “Dareka no Tame Ni” (Album) ] 01/01 – NMB48 [Team N 2nd Stage “Seishun Girls” (Album) ] 01/01 – NMB48 …

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Hello! Project Power Rankings February 2015

Guest Contributor @thenumber244 here with a look at the last month in Hello! Project land. That’s right: I take the last month of activity from the Hello! Project groups, feed the information to a highly evolved koala bear by embedding the printouts in eucalyptus leaves, and interpret the “output” into …

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Hello! Project Power Rankings December 2014

Guest Contributor @thenumber244 here with a look at the last month in Hello! Project land. That’s right: I take the last month of activity from the Hello! Project groups, run them through multiple sophisticated statistical software systems, and output a highly subjective ranking of the groups. If you pay attention …

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Hello! Project Power Rankings September 2014

Guest Contributor @thenumber244 here with another look at Hello! Project’s last month of activity. That’s right! I take the last month of activity from the Hello! Project groups, run them through multiple sophisticated statistical software systems and output a highly subjective ranking of the groups. Having been announced four weeks …

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