The madness just won’t end, will it? Every time the protagonist gets a little bit closer to saving poor Kayo-chan something bad happens. Other kids get abducted and/or killed and it would seem as though Kayo-chan might be next.
One thing is certain for me; I am now one hundred percent sure that their homeroom teacher is the culprit. Not only does he seem extremely interested (more so than just wanting what’s best for his students), but he also seems to be in control of everything, you know? I mean, how can Kayo’s mother know they’re coming each and every time? She did not escape around the back when they arrived. She was already gone.
Kayo’s death may have been postponed for now. But she’ll end up dying anyway if Satoru doesn’t realize it soon. He knows the culprit’s footprint right now so he can use that as a means of finding the killer. The real kick in the balls is that Satoru’s mother is actually helping her killer to kill a little girl right now. She trusts that homeroom teacher way too much.Read More
Had a doctor’s appointment yesterday so I couldn’t write a post. Now I am in pain once again since the doctor didn’t want to prescribe any more painkillers since I might end up getting addicted to them if I take too many too often.
Anyway, as I write this with tears in my eyes (not of joy) I can honestly say that this episode made me realize something. It’s nothing major; I like snow scenes. Combat in snowy areas is so much better than watching them in the desert, jungle or a village or city. This is obviously just a personal quirk of mine, but hey… there you have it.
It was by no means a surprise to see the boys back in the field. They didn’t even bother with any smut this time. Perhaps that’s for the best. Or not. They are getting their asses handed to them by an enemy that’s constantly one step ahead of them. We all know the end result, but that doesn’t change the fact that it’s going to be very interesting.Read More
I am going to be honest here; I like Assassination Classroom a lot, but I certainly do regret writing about it again since we’re constantly going in a loop, resulting in me saying the same thing over and over again. It’s annoying to be honest.
There’s always a new assassin that shows up. They claim that this was the last one (or so I hope). But yeah, it’s either a new teacher or some insane character that will stop at nothing to kill Koro-sensei. The students always end up getting involved (usually in the form of live bait) and the end result is always the same no matter the situation.
This time their beloved assassination teacher ended up taking out the bad guy, an assassin that calls himself “The Reaper”. All that fuss about him being practically untouchable and then he gets taken out by a d*ck punch. Not very satisfying. It just bothers me a little that we still know very little about Koro-sensei or his plans. We’re almost at the end of the second season…Read More
Today I am going to end with a rather unusual post. I have been approached by someone who’s written a rather interesting article. Yes, my feet is still killing me and all I really want to do right now is go to bed, but even I cannot deny that it’s a pretty interesting subject.
Full Metal Alchemist: Brotherhood versus the Naruto series. There’s no real way for me to cover all of it, but after reading that article I am pretty inclined to agree with the author.
What makes these shows great? They are both interesting, have amazing stories and the studios involved are just top-notch. Both shows are obviously not the same, there plenty of differences to go around, so picking the better one should be doable, right?
Well, I thought about it and I am leaning slightly towards Full Metal Alchemist. Why? Sure, it may not have as many episodes or movies as Naruto. But I am one of those people that strongly believes in quality over quantity. Naruto, especially the past couple of years, has been ruined to the point where I don’t even want to write about it anymore. The filler content is so insanely high that you start to look for something else to watch. I never really had that problem with Full Metal Alchemist.
I’m not going to compare stories here. That’s apples and oranges. I am merely looking at the overall quality and Full Metal Alchemist simply came out on top.
Are you also interesting in reading this article? Well, go ahead and read some more. You can clearly see how much effort went into making that article. I also doubt its sources are in any way off.Read More
I know this is a bit late to say it after all we’ve seen so far, but I’ve seen a lot of inconsistencies. I am well aware that this is a sci-fi genre show and that you really need to be open-minded, but it’s still a little disappointing sometimes.
First thing’s first; I enjoyed finally learning a bit more about our protagonist. We finally know why he joined that monstrous team of killers and we have a pretty good idea of why he hates coils now. It’s a little disappointing to have to wait until next week before the action actually starts, but I suppose its fine now that a few questions of mine have been answered.
Now then, I don’t like the idea of our heroine, a robot girl, sweating and crying. I know it’s insignificant and rather unimportant, but it just bugs me. It’s like that SpongeBob nonsense about a character lighting a fire on the bottom of the ocean. Thank god I only have to watch that crap when my niece comes over. But yeah, even though it’s a futuristic story and all, I still wouldn’t mind a little bit more realism (not that harvesting energy from a different dimension is very realistic or anything).Read More