- Member: Kai Stromler
- Studio: Shin Hatsubai/Kuroi Kenshi
- Title: your time will come (Demo 2 take 2!)
- Premiered: 2002-01-26
- Iron Maiden The Wicker Man
- 801 T.T.S. Airbats (OAV)
- All Purpose Cultural Cat Girl Nuku Nuku (OAV)
- Black Heaven
- Blue Green Years
- Boy Who Saw The Wind, The
- Child's Toy (Kodomo no Omocha / Kodocha)
- Descendants of Darkness
- Dual! Parallel Trouble Adventure
- FLCL (Fooly Cooly)
- Fruits Basket
- Fushigi Yuugi
- Hajime No Ippo
- Hikaru no Go
- His and Her Circumstances (Kare Kano)
- Hunter X Hunter
- Iketeru Futari (Cool Couple) (TV)
- Magical Nyan Nyan Taruto
- Midnight Panther
- Now and Then, Here and There (Ima Soko ni Iru Boku)
- Pilot Candidate (Candidate for Goddess)
- Rurouni Kenshin (TV)
- Shaman King
- Slam Dunk
- Steel Angel Kurumi
- Tales of Eternia
Shin Hatsubai video #25 was the video in the #2 slot for the BAS 2002 spring demo video, and is notable for several reasons. First, it uses 31 anime titles, which is the most I'd ever used for a demo video (demo 3, fall 2002, used 33 titles in all 4 demovids). Second, no series is repeated until the song is more than half over, and no more than 2 clips are used from each title. Lastly, despite the pixellation on some clips and low video fidelity on some others, it remains a lot better than the equivalent vid from the fall demo, Dark Tranquility's "ThereIn". It's barely more than ok on its own, but as a demo it'll do what it needs to.
This was actually the third option for this spot; the script for video #1 on this demo was originally written with In Flames' "Embody The Invisible" (see video #26) and was briefly slated to use The Dreamside's "Mirror Moon" (itself moved in from another slot).
This song was redone to Comic Party as video #37, despite my general distaste for repeating music. This is partly because it was never intended to be in the demo in the first place, but just kind of slipped in, and partly because the overall feel works much better with this anime than it does as a demo.
Shin Hats Self-Grade: B/B-.
Stats: #clips: 107 (67 unique). avg length: 2.54 sec. total time: 74 hours.
There are some additional notes about the song choice and planning of the demo here.
This video is now on local, despite being only tenuously an AMV. This is by request; someone asked for demo 3 to go on local, and there wasn't a convincing reason not to give demos 1 and 2 the same treatment.