Okay, short post number two incoming. I cannot believe that I still haven’t seen Kousei play. The pace has really dropped. We all know he isn’t the old Kousei and that he probably won’t win this thing, but at least speed things up a bit.
I heard the manga is very good. I wonder how many issues focussed on this particular event. I don’t think I could’ve been more than three. That spike-haired kid has finished playing and now that girl’s doing her thing. We finally get to see Kousei play next week, but I still think that could’ve pushed all of that into this one episode.
I am actually quite interested in that girl. That other boy I can ready like an open book. That girl I find rather mysterious and I hope I get to learn a bit more about her. Is she into Kousei? What’s her deal? There is so much I want to know. Still, at this point I am hoping that we get to see Kousei play next week and that we’ll also get the resultsRead More
Okay, I am forced to keep today’s posts short. I am ill and unbelievably tired. I am going to write and schedule these posts and go straight to bed. I just hope I make without falling asleep on top of my keyboard.
So there has been yet another twist, huh? That is why I could never really see Kamui as pure evil. The guy is really smart and he is thorough. The way he does things may be very extreme, but he does make valid points when he talks about their system. Someone like that cannot be classified as pure evil when there’s a chance that they might be right.
It seems that the Sibyl System has plans of its own. We all knew that enforcer was in on it, seeing as they went out of their way to point out to us that there was something wrong with him, but to think their relationship is that sick… Boy… Akane-chan has her work cut out for her. She might actually have to join up with Kamui in order to take down that system.Read More
Whoop whoop! A double Parasyte episode? Does this mean there won’t be any next week? I sure hope not. If that was the case I would’ve rather saved episode nine for next week (if I could find it in myself to not watch that episode for a whole week when it’s within my reach).
I’ll do my best to summarize both episodes with this post. The first thing that comes to mind is how Shinichi has changed. I really like it. He is less of a coward and his way of thinking has changed too. This must be all that parasite DNA that’s currently flowing within him. He has become a lot more objective and he can actually be reasoned with now.
I also liked it when he held his own against all those bullies. His strength has skyrocketed without him becoming cocky. He is still very much passive. He attacks when someone else attacks in order to defend himself and the people around him. It took him a few weeks, but he has finally become a character worthy of the title protagonist.
It doesn’t end there though. A new enemy, as one could only expect, arrived on the orders of another parasite. It would seem as though they are forming their own society. This guy infiltrated Shinichi’s school in order to learn more about him. He claims his intentions are good but the way he grabbed that girl tells me otherwise.
Shinichi has a lot to do in the coming weeks. He has to keep that girl safe, seeing as she seems to have the ability to detect parasites, making her a target, and he has to keep an eye on the parasite that infiltrated his school. It is only a matter of time before he shows his true nature and forces Shinichi to kick his parasitic ass, especially if I am to believe the end of episode nine, which shows us that a fight is coming.Read More
What an odd episode. Yes, there was progress and yes I learned quite a bit more about the characters, but at the same time it feels as though very little happened. This is probably just me overthinking things again though.
Arata has become more serious than ever about magic. He is asking questions, practicing until he drops and he doesn’t joke as much anymore. That being said, why does it feel as though very little of that actually happened? I did not see him train. I did not see him learn new things. I basically saw the same thing that I’ve been seeing since the beginning; the protagonist getting into trouble by getting a bit too close to the girls even though sometimes it isn’t his fault. What happened to the things he had learned? Why skip over something so important?
I just don’t understand it. What is the point of this episode? The only scene that I might actually try to remember was when Lilith lost the top part of her bikini and Arata, whom happened to be around again, got a nice eyeful of those busty melons of her, causing Lilith to go berserk and blast him away again. This stuff has pretty much become a routine.
At least the next episode seems to be quite interesting. It seems that Arata, thanks to the headmaster’s teleportation, finally found Hijiri again. Have they arrived in another world? Or did Hijiri simply vanish to another part of the same world? I feel as though we’re about to get a lot of answers to our many questions during the next episode.Read More
Still not good enough. The story is just all over the place and things still don’t make sense. What can I expect from this? What is the point? Is there a goal that we need to keep in mind? I just don’t know. I’m getting tired of it.
Makina gets put in the spotlight once again. Yuuji already has her friendship in his pocket, so there was no point in focussing on that. To think that they would have her call him father, even though he is only a few years older at most, is just ridiculous. Let her call him Oni-chan or something. Don’t go overboard like this.
I’ll be honest. I was very tired when I watched this episode. There are some things that I did not get and other things that I did not care about. I know my Grisaia no Kajitsu posts have been rather negative lately due to lack of motivation. I would’ve been a lot more enthusiastic about this show if the story was even a little bit better.Read More
Oh come on… I don’t really mind if they kill off less popular characters like Chelsea, but now they’re actually killing off badass characters that I really didn’t want to see dead. Night Raid keeps getting smaller and smaller…
First thing’s first; Budo died. Mine used up all of her power and may or may not have damaged/destroyed her Imperial Arms, Pumpkin, in order to finish off that cocky man. What bothers me is that it has been said that he could fight Esdeath on equal terms. Really? Is Esdeath so weak that she could get killed by Mine’s blast? Or does it basically depend on the kind of weapon one is using? Esdeath uses ice attacks and Budo uses electricity attacks. I can understand that Budo might have a bit of an edge seeing as water (and I’m pretty sure ice as well) conducts electricity, putting Esdeath in a rough spot. But no, I don’t think he could ever beat Esdeath.
Susanoo is dead. Once again another great character had to be sacrificed so that Tatsumi, a whinny child that does not live up to his words, may be saved. That was not an equal exchange, even if Budo got killed. Susanoo is what made Najenda strong. Now she’s just another woman with abnormal strength and a fake arm that she can eject towards things. Not really much of a threat.
Night Raid only has five members now. Sure, the Jaegers only have four, but they have Chelsea’s Imperial Arms and Sheele’s Imperial Arms. God only knows how many more of those weapons they have. They just need to find suitable people to wield those weapons in order to outnumber Night Raid. Things are not looking good for Night Raid right now.Read More
What a big let-down. I was really hoping to see how Asuna would deal with the uncomfortable situation she finds herself in at the moment. To think that I would have to go back to watching them play that games again…
Asuna has to deal with the decisions that her mother made for her. Decisions that change her life completely. She would have to change her school, stop seeing Kazuto and stop playing those games, which would also mean that she can no longer see her virtual AI “daughter”. All this in just a couple of days if I understood correctly.
What does Asuna do in order to deal with that information? She plays that game. She does not look for help elsewhere, she does nothing to change her mother’s mind and she does nothing at all that would otherwise change the path that her mother has set for her. To think that I would have to schedule two short posts today…Read More
I am very disappointed. I am starting to get the feeling that the ending of Amagi Brilliant Park is going to be very messy and uninspiring. They’re probably going to do some kind of show that will lure in the necessary amount of visitors at the last minute and end the show.
It started out pretty interesting. All was going well until Seiya fell sick from being overworked. This resulted in those idiots, Moffle and that pink cat thing, taking his place at school by putting on a Seiya suit with a zipper sticking out of the head. That was just a kick in the family jewels because it actually looked pretty promising.
It is safe to say that this episode contributed nothing to the story’s overall progress. Nothing was done and I doubt there were any shows since the most popular characters of that park where busy trying to be a teenage high schooler. I don’t think there has ever been an episode with this little progress to be very honest.Read More