It has been insanely busy. I can’t wait till it’s all over in a couple of days’ time. This episode didn’t really help much either, no matter how amusing it was. This is obviously not the end. There’s another season coming otherwise it won’t make any sense.
There is no news about a third season yet. We all know it is coming. You cannot end it with Yu-kun changing into the “salt king” and have him defeat his friend’s little sister, which was a very nice and interesting twist, as an ending to the entire animated series. That would be completely unacceptable if you ask me.
The truth is; I’m a little nervous. Normally I’d be a hundred percent sure. But that last beach scene has got me worried. A group of humans, a “salt king” and a vampire living together happily ever after? No way. There are still many holes in the story that need to be filled and I think it would take at least another season to get that job done.Read More
I am sorry to say this, but this was just disappointing. It was not exciting at all and the sight of watching the Silver King ‘fight’ nearly forced me to stop watching out of pure disappointment. K-project honestly deserves better.
The final ‘battle’ was finally upon us and it would seem as though Neko was far stronger and far more useful that the Silver King when taking down the Green King. And yeah, obviously they would win, and obviously the Green King would end up dying if the slates were to be destroyed, but come on… Why do it like this?
I’ll admit that I didn’t see that pointless scene coming where the Silver King reappeared at the end in his own body because he could no longer stay inside that other body now that the slates had been destroyed. It is a little confusing. I think the best part of this ending was seeing Neko’s panties during the fight. Oh well…Read More
Huh!? I thought I had written this post already? Oh well. It’s not that good an ending anyway. This season was definitely amusing, but by no means was it better than the first one.
I’ll get straight to the point as I have yet another post to write. I don’t like that it all ended with Yato’s father winning once again. He used Yato and Ebisu to obtain that brush and he succeeded in the end. Yato failed to save Ebisu and so he was reborn again. That god will have to re-learn everything again and he’ll probably just end up getting used again.
Sure, Yato finally managed to move on by revoking that Nora’s name, but it doesn’t solve anything. She’ll definitely keep trying even if she’s no longer Yato’s Regalia. I like that he finally made up his mind, but I hate that he still doesn’t have the backbone to finish it once and for all. Just kill that evil Regalia already and be free. A mediocre ending if you ask me…Read More
Oooh! Sweet mother of all that is holy! I feel so ashamed for having to keep this post short. It does not do this episode any justice. Heavy Object was interesting when it started and it is still interesting now. Thank god I made the right choice with this one instead of messing up like I did with Shomin Sample.
I will not beat around the bush; the boys once again managed to destroy another hostile Object with a little bit of help from their beloved princess. It was quite an interesting idea for Qwenthur to use his gun to send a message in Morse code. You just don’t see stuff like this in regular mecha-genre anime. That’s just one of the things that makes this show special.
Things just keep getting better. I mean, yeah, he ended up groping his superior’s breasts in full view of one of her potential marriage candidates in order to put him off of the idea of marrying her. Her reaction was absolutely priceless and I think that she, too, might eventually develop an interest in that reckless idiot. We have many good times ahead by the looks of it…Read More
First thing’s first; merry Christmas everyone. I hope you’re all healthy and will have a joyous Christmas and a happy and safe new year’s eve. And yes, I am still regretting picking Shomin Sample at this point.
It has become painfully predictable. Yes, there are still some funny and interesting scenes (like when the protagonist was in a pinch and his face looked like he was getting shot out of a canon) but that is all there is to it. The story has become so vague that it’s hard to follow. It’s almost as though the episodes are being aired in the wrong order.
But hey, the protagonist went over there, as everyone already knew he would, and pretty much proposed to marry that girl instead. This might lead to an interesting ending… Oh that’s right. It won’t. This episode was the ending, which makes things even weirder. Nothing has been concluded. It ended just like it started; with a lot of question marks. What a disappointing show.Read More