Akame ga Kill! episode 19
See? Do you finally see? God may actually exist! I am joking, of course. God, in my eyes, has the same status as Mickey Mouse and Donald Duck; all fictional and made by man. Nevertheless, this episode was definitely one to be remembered.
It started out really casual, too. Nothing was wrong. Tatsumi was once again making promises that he probably won’t keep any itme soon and the rest of the group were planning their next moves. Nothing wrong with that. If you are going to assassinate an evil preacher that turns women into his sex slaves, than it’s a given that you need careful planning if you are up against the Jaegers and the last of the four “great demons”.
Was I surprised that Tatsumi managed to handle her on his own? Quite. I did not think he had it in him. Mind you, he did quite a lot of running. For a second there I thought he would run away again. But no, he held his own and actually managed to defeat that girl and save Mine just in time. He was actually a hero this time.
Now then, on to something great! Seryuu is dead! Not only is Seryuu dead, but Mine actually defeated her Imperial Arms, Coro, before he defeated her. Her battle was really tough and unfair, but she held her own and defeated two strong enemies on her own. That is why Mine cannot be killed off. She is too damn adorable and good.
Is Lubbock going to die next week? I don’t know. Next week’s preview sure gives that impression, but he could just end up being teleported to some location, just like with Tatsumi and Esdeath. I’m more interested in the fight between Najena, Susanoo and Esdeath. I already know that Lubbock is going to die at some point, but I have no idea which boss is going to win.