Well, the boys may not have been caught doing something perverted this time, but that doesn’t change the fact that they’re once again up against an enemy Object. Some things will never change no matter how hard you wish for it.
Havia has it good compared to Qwenthur right now, even though the guy doesn’t yet realize it. He doesn’t have to worry about a backstabbing spy that is killing people one by one. First that depressing student, now Qwenthur’s new lady friend has been shot and Qwenthur himself might be next during next week’s episode.
It might be a little obvious, sure, but we all know that the girl is going to live. Qwenthur will too. I don’t know how they will get out of that situation, but I do know that it’ll be fine if Qwenthur is given enough time to think. Either that or someone will show up to save those two at the last second. God forbid that they would throw in a little bit of romance though…Read More
I don’t even know where to start. Yes, this episode was amusing, but I really wonder when things are finally going to pick up. It’s almost like we are watching fillers at the moment.
It’s a little obvious that I’m not really into it this week. Do I really care about watching the students of class E compete against the principle’s son once again? Not really. It’s pretty much always childish and nothing ever really happens. I just wish that the students of class E would show off a bit of their assassination training.
We all know that the principle is a total head case. The man is anything but stable and he might actually do something to the students of left unchecked. I think it’s about time that the students (if not the teachers) started doing something about him and his underhanded methods to oppress class E at any given moment of the day.Read More
Say whatever you want about Dimension W, but there hasn’t been a dull episode yet. Every one of them seems to be packed with action and mystery. This is just another classic example of a show done right (provided it keeps going like this and they don’t mess up the ending).
I’ll skip straight past that whole ghost nonsense since we all know that it’s just pointless to talk about. I will say that it’s quite ridiculous to have our robotic heroine worry about something as stupid as that. But hey, she makes things interesting. I still want to see what she’s capable of when she is forced to fight someone/something seriously.
I also wouldn’t mind knowing a little bit more about Afro-kun’s days as an elite soldier. We know that blondy was part of his squad and I’m pretty sure we’ll encounter more and more of those characters as we go along. And why not? Watching a battle between two or more of them will definitely keep your entertained. Oh, and sure, I don’t mind them finding more of those numbered coils.Read More
It was quite obvious that something like this was going to happen. I wanted to write this post yesterday but it was such a horrible day that I simply didn’t have it in me. Not that I find it necessary this week; it was an obvious episode.
The only thing that’s really worth mentioning is that the enemy, as one could only expect, has at least one Gundam as well. We knew this was going to happen since they, Tekkadan, obtain their second Gundam from enemy pirates that they defeated. I’m sure that the boys will defeat that cocky noble and take his suit. Or maybe they’ll end up stealing it. Either way; I’m pretty sure that they will get that suit somehow.
I don’t think it’s worth mentioning that the princess is going to use whatever little influence she has left to make a nice speech on television so that she can tell the world (or the universe in their case) about what the hell is going on and about all the things she’s seen so far.Read More
So I went to work today seeing as I was feeling a little bit better when I woke up. Big mistake. Now I feel like I’m about to die and writing this post is basically an extremely difficult ending to an already extremely difficult day.
This episode was so obvious and yet so entertaining that it’s quite easy to make this post short. I mean, that hostage damn near got killed after making it quite clear that she doesn’t care anymore whether she lives or dies, a soldier got hurt in the process and the culprit is dead. The mastermind? Obviously she’ll be getting away with it for now.
As for Youji and his quest to slay that dragon… Well… I suppose they will manage eventually when backup arrives, but I’m more concerned with hose those elves treated him and his friends after he came that way to basically kill that dragon before it could kill all of them. I would almost say that it’d be more fun to see him slay that dragon after it wiped out those elves.Read More
What a fantastic episode! So many questions answered in one go! I love it! I thought that it was an amusing, far-fetched story, but now it seems that there’s a lot more to it than that. I am so glad I picked this show.
I’m glad that they moved on. Watching a depressed Haku for too long would’ve really had a negative impact on the show. Instead they surprised us with one hell of an episode that basically explained the entire show in one go. I actually dare say that the story is actually plausible and not at all as sci-fi-ish as people thought it was.
To think an episode as this actually started out with Kuon treating Haku’s feed with some of her homemade ‘medicines’. You wouldn’t really expect to see anything as amazing as this after seeing something like that. They really tricked us big-time. Well done! I wouldn’t mind a lot more of episodes like these.
Now, I simply love what happened after Haku decided to amuse that old man and his stories. The mother of all twists arrived shortly after it turned out that humanity almost went instinct after most humans turned into those slimy things that they call curses. Those that didn’t turn were wiped out or died of natural causes. The only humans, apparently, are that old man and Haku, whom, apparently, turn out to be brothers. All other living creatures are basically created by that old man to keep him company. Amazing stuff. It’s going to be a pain to wait until the next episode. I want it now!Read More
I managed to find myself small half hour of free time to write and schedule this post without throwing up. Sure, it’ll be shorter than this episode deserves, but I believe that I can make it work with what little time I have right now.
I’ll put my foot down here. I still believe that Kayo-chan’s mother isn’t the killer. She is definitely abusive, but I don’t see her killing her daughter. She seems to value her freedom. Nor do I suspect that model plane freak, no matter how mentally unstable he may be. I’m still just going back and forth between that boyfriend and their homeroom teacher.
I think it’s safe to exclude that mentally unstable shut-in because Satoru’s mother was killed about 18 years later when he wasn’t around, which means that the killer wasn’t him. I’m sure that Satoru has already made that connection. I just wonder if he can go back in time again if it turns out that Kayo was killed a day later. I can hardly wait to see the next episode…Read More
Now this was a good episode. Although Qwenthur managed to complete his mission with a little bit of help from Havia and the princess, we all know that the boys will get sent out again in a week or two after they get caught being pervs again.
So good ‘ol blondy managed to infiltrate the enemy Object in order to hold their elite, a no-cup girl, hostage with his little knife. This would’ve been a good plan if it was under normal circumstances. We finally learned why only a select few people are capable of piloting those Objects. It’s fine when those things are just standing still, but, apparently, when they are moving it’s as though you’re being shot out of a canon. The body is under so much pressure that maintaining consciousness is a challenge in itself.
I thought it was pretty funny how Qwenthur managed to manipulate that no-cup elite into thinking that her own people didn’t care whether she lived or died and that they really only cared about the A.I. that helped control that Object. It’s because of his smooth-talking that she ended up ejecting, thereby bringing victory to his beloved princess.
A few things are certain here. We know that we’ll get to see more of that no-cup elite soon enough. Probably next week even. We also know that the boys will get caught doing something naughty again and that they will end up getting sent to another battlefield with another Object to defeat. The one thing that I am really waiting for right now is a bit of romance.Read More