I’m afraid I’m starting to lose sight of the story here… Wasn’t it supposed to be Youto and Tsukiko versus the world? At first it was everyone versus the cat god, but that’s just not doable anymore… What am I watching nowadays?
The odd thing is that not much has changed since the first episode. All of the characters are still very much the same. The emotional Tsukiko that we once knew has disappeared into the past, almost forgotten by most. The rest is still pretty much the same. It’s kind of hard to accept it all, but it still revolves around Youto and his perverted lifestyle, and that none of the characters have made any progress. It first seemed that Youto would hook up with Azusa; wrong. Then it seemed that he would with Tsukiko; wrong. Then finally with Tsukushi; probably also wrong. Now it just looks like it’ll be no one at all. It’s a very vicious circle.
It almost seemed as though Tsukiko was about to confess to Youto. Yes, almost. I cannot understand why Tsukiko is so focussed on how long she knows Youto. It’s not like the one who knows him the longest has dibs. Thank god it doesn’t work that way, otherwise I would’ve committed suicide (you’d understand if you knew what I would’ve ended up with if it worked like that).
I’ll stop here now. There’s not much more I want to say. Nothing’s changed, period. The cat god is still tormenting everyone, the characters aren’t progressed and my hopes for this show are getting smaller and smaller. So disappointing… My hopes for this show were ridiculously high a few weeks ago, especially when Tsukushi, my favourite character on this show, started to get interested in Youto (or at least his twin brother).Read More
Oh come on! This episode should’ve aired three weeks ago already. Why is it only happening now? The door to a world of untold possibilities has finally been opened this week! Let’s face it; this was a long time coming.
Daisuke, Kyousuke’s old man, basically kicked Kyousuke out of the house for the time being. He thought it would be a good idea so that Kyousuke could focus on his studies. He thought that giving Kyousuke an apartment, a place where he can hang out with girls without having to worry about adults, would help him study for his exams.
I thought for sure that Kirino would be the first one to show up, I really did. Imagine my surprise when Ayase shows up with the corniest excuse you could possibly imagine. It just goes to show that Ayase is finally serious about him, that she’s finally ready to make her move. It’s about time something good happens again.
The one thing that I didn’t like was Ruri’s appearance. I cannot believe she’s still going after Kyousuke after all that she’s done. She must have balls of steel or something. She showed up at his door with a packed lunch, hoping that she could eat it together with him. I’m sorry, but when you dump a guy like she did then you know it’s over.
I have high hopes for next week’s episode. Kyousuke has his own place now and Kirino would be able to resist visiting him soon, I’m sure of that. I can only hope that Kyousuke picks the right girl this time, because I don’t think I can handle another disappointing relationship like that. It’s bad enough that Ruri still shows up, but seeing it happen again would be too much.Read More
It’s not enough. One episode a week just isn’t enough. How about killing Dokidoki! Precure, Aku no Hana and maybe Yuyushiki and replace all those shows with a few more weekly Shingeki no Kyoujin episodes? That would be heaven.
So Eren is still in the game. He is still an ally of mankind and is now officially fighting for the surviving of mankind as part human and part titan. That old man may have spared his live and agreed to use him as a strategic weapon against the titans, but what happens when Eren outlives his purpose? He doesn’t strike me as the kind of man that likes to take chances, which worries me greatly. I’m pretty sure he’ll continue to make use of Eren and his abilities until they had time to rebuild and improve their city. Maybe they’re going to rebuild the city Eren grew up in as well, who knows?
Eren has many goals; he wishes to exterminate all of the titans, make a name for himself and to see his friends live a safe live. Quite admirable if you like at the big picture, but his main goal, in my humble opinion, should be getting to his father’s cellar. He’s bound to find some answers there as to why he can do what he does now.
Anyway, Eren is has become a key weapon in mankind’s survival. The general made sure that his best men protected Eren at all cost during his attempt to seal the whole in the wall. It was quite a shock when Eren suddenly attacked Mikasa, so I’m guessing his transformation didn’t go well this time. I can only hope that I won’t get to see many more of these cliff-hangers. The wait is killing me…Read More
It’s about time the story got exciting again. It’s been a very long time since I had a smile on my face throughout one of Space Brothers’ episodes. I really hope they can keep it up this time without using too much comedy.
Hang out your flags and bust out your air horns; Hibito is back on earth. It was funny how he tried to remain his posture to make people believe he was alright, only to collapse on a bed soon after. I never knew that a person weighed six times more than usually when coming back from outer space. Very informative indeed.
Another reason to hang out your flags and bust out your air horns would be the fact that everyone’s favourite psychic finally told Mutta-kun about what’s to come. Let it be said that I still don’t like the idea of having a psychic appear on Space Brothers, an otherwise realistic and informative show. The idea alone is a devastating blow to the show’s realism.
It seems that Sharon’s probably sick. Amanti saw a vision of Mutta’s sad face. She saw that he was sad because she saw that someone close to him was very sick. They immediately focussed on Sharon. They also showed us a scene where she dropped her phone, saying that she’s been dropping a lot of things lately. It could be a tumour or some kind of muscle disease.
I guess drama is going to play a vital role in Space Brothers during the next couple of weeks, I like that. I believe that drama has always been one of Space Brothers’ strong points. That’s why I’m really looking forward to next week’s episode. I do hope that Sharon survives though, as I took a liking to that character.Read More
Oh boy… I’m not sure I liked this episode. If I did then it would be because of all the wrong reasons. Oh well, I’m not going to mind the little things, but at least things are finally heating up. It won’t be long now before a war between espers breaks out!
So Mikoto hung in there… Wow! I have been going on about her inability to take on all of those espers by herself. I thought that she simply wasn’t strong enough, especially have wasting most of her energy on Frenda, a little girl that uses tape to blow up doll-bombs. It’s nice to know that the Japanese don’t like to waste anything, especially little details, because Mikoto came up with the idea to use Frenda’s leftover bombs to take on Shizuri, the fourth strongest esper in the city, in order to balance out her disadvantage. Stupid me, I almost forgot that Mikoto’s mind is almost as powerful as the electricity she manipulates.
So yeah, Mikoto decided to use Frenda’s bombs to attack Shizuri. Shizuri has the ability to retain “pure” form of electrons, manipulating them into a beam that pretty much melts anything in its path. The problem with her power is that she can only fire so many beams at once, which is why Mikoto used all of those bombs at once, not knowing that Shizuri had methods to bypass her weakness.
Anyway, Mikoto made it out alive. She learned about her mistakes, knows what her enemies are capable of and, if I’m right, will now ask her friends for help. Things should get a lot better now anyway, now that Touma, a guy with the ability to negate all magic, psychic and divine powers, has finally shown up. Next week’s episode really looks promising!Read More
Sweet mother of god, how unexpected! How could I not see this coming? How… aw, who am I kidding? The predictability in Hataraku Maou-sama is shocking. It’s almost as though I’ve already read the manga and know what’s going to happen next…
Suzuno turned out to be part of the church, what a surprise. We all knew she was. Hell, some of us knew that there was more to that girl than met the eye, and that she could prove to be dangerous. All of that was common knowledge already, so why? Why spend almost half an episode on something we already knew?
We all also knew that Mitsuki, that blue-haired shrimp, was from Ente Isla and probably from the church as well. They really left nothing to the imagination, so why did they focus so much on Emi’s surprised expression? If that was supposed to be funny then they’ve got a really strange sense of humour.
It’s up to Sadao now to help out his friends now. Suzuno has Chiho covered and Mitsuki is keeping Emi busy with his ability to render her powers useless. Sadao will have to harvest fear in order to regain some of his powers and to save his friends from being killed. I doubt that Mitsuki’s abilities work on Sadao as well, so that, at least, promises to be quite the interesting match-up.
And last but certainly not least; Olba. That’s right, Olba. The old man survived and seems to be back in action, which makes me question Hanzou’s loyalty. He could’ve been waiting for Olba’s return all this time. Either way, he’s back. Sadao should’ve finished him off when he had the change. Now he’s probably going to pay for it. We’ll see…Read More
So close and yet so far away… It’s getting harder and harder to hang in there. There’s really only one match that piques my interest, so watching something else at this point can be hard if they continue to focus on in so much.
Chihaya’s out of the game, right? She lose to Shinobu, right? Why oh why did I have to watch more of her? I was really looking forward to seeing the match between Arata and Shinobu… So why did Daichi’s match take priority? I know a lot of fans would love to see him move up to A class, even I must admit he deserves it. But, please, not at the cost of Arata’s match.
That’s not all, they even focussed a little bit on some unknown character that was busy with his reader exam, hoping to become a certified reader. The fact that he almost coughed up a lung during Daichi’s match must have cost him that exam.
Now, I am done with Chihaya and her team for now. I’ve been watching two whole seasons of it and it’s starting to get to me. I want to see Arata and Shinobu, nothing more and nothing less. Saving the best for last is understandable, but what about the ending? A match between those two cannot be counted as a proper ending, no matter what the outcome of that match. I can only hope that their match ends next week or during the first ten minutes of the last episode. Anymore and the ending is bound to be dreadful, provided they’re not going to continue the story in a third season.Read More
Magnifique! I don’t usually use french words to portray my enthusiasm, mainly because a lot of them sound really romantic gay, but this episode really deserves it. The predictability is very low, the twists are amazing and the artwork never seizes to amaze.
That’s right, watching this has been a delight so far. I absolutely love this pace. They don’t spend entire episodes on one thing. Normally you’d have to watch two or maybe three episode before an enemy is defeated, but not here. They knock out one enemy after the order, which gives me great hope for a great ending.
First thing’s first; Daichi-kun… Well done! He has been coughing up weakling after weakling ever since their journey began, so it was refreshing to see him summon such a powerful demon after all this time. He, too, had a power similar to Yamato and Hibiki… Does that mean that he’s one of the “chosen ones” as well? Very interesting…
Now, it seems that Hinako has died again. I’m really going to be disappointed if she suddenly shows up again next week. Enough is enough, you can’t just kill off a character and suddenly bring him or her back later. That just kills the mood completely and makes it harder for me to enjoy the rest of the episode.
I suppose it’ll come down to Yamato and Hibiki. They apparently defeated their last enemy, thereby stopping the destruction of their world. That means that Yamato can execute his plans to rule the world (or whatever’s left of it). Hibiki will try and stop him, no doubt, and Alcor doesn’t want Yamato to harm Hibiki. The last two episodes are going to be very interesting by the looks of it!Read More