I’m guessing the final boss has finally received himself, although his weapon of choice still remains a bit of a mystery (although we can assume that it’s yet another one of his weaponized guinea pigs). I guess there won’t be a third season.
So their beloved classmate went out of control and nearly ended up dying because of her stupid decisions to turn herself into a walking, talking weapon. I thought that it would take more than just a kiss on the lips and one good pull to take her down in the end. I at least expected to see a couple of wounds.
Oh well, at least the part about Koro-sensei dying at the end of this road was kind of interesting. He doesn’t have long and now we also know how he came to be. I definitely liked that part. It’s about time we learned more about him and his goal to supposedly blow up the earth. I’m starting to get really motivated again.Read More
I’ve been putting this post off because I’ve been so busy with one big post about all the shows of this season (not including anime shorts. Nine out of ten are a waste of time) so there’s a chance I might’ve forgotten to mention something since it’s been a few days since I saw this week’s episode.
Oh boy… Where do I even begin? I must admit that it did come as quite a surprise to find out that one of those students turned out to be a monstrous killer as well. I mean, she hid is quite well, but I always thought that there could be more of them ever since that boy came smashing through those walls. Where there’s one there could be more.
I’m not going so far as to say that she’s stronger than Koro-sensei. She can’t control it and it’s pretty certain that she’ll fall into Koro-sensei’s warm embrace once she comes to her senses when she realizes that he’s not the enemy, even though they do have to kill him if they want to save their planet and everything on it. I guess things just got a little bit more complicated…Read More
What the hell is the point of this episode… honestly? They are basically pushing you in all kinds of directions and that only ends up causing a lot more confusing. I’ll be honest; watching Assassination Classroom is fun, but I do regret writing about it again.
They have spent a lot of time and effort on making that principle seem like a terrible guy. He was practically made to look like the devil and now he’s suddenly this misunderstood guy with a delicate, caring nature. Please… He beats his own son, brainwashes his students and may have even traumatized some of them and still they gave us all that nonsense about him being a good guy?
It sucks that one of his former students decided to commit suicide because he couldn’t take the bullying anymore. The kid was weak and probably had more issues than just the bullying. He could’ve asked for help if he was scared of depressed, instead he took the easy way out. And that supposedly changed that man because he felt responsible? I don’t buy it.Read More
I suppose this was a good episode? Class E managed to prove their worth, thereby destroying everything that insane principle had hoped to build. The problem with characters like that is that they don’t stop as long as they still have at least one option.
The principle had to face his most prominent class, including his son, as they told him that Class E turned out to be better than them in general. So they wanted to be like them and they even suggested to join Class E, which was the final drop that made the bucket run over. He was insane to begin with, no doubt, but he actually managed to take it one step further.
He decided to demolish Class E’s school building and basically send the students to some kind of prison-like institution. The only way they can escape this fate is if their beloved Koro-sensei, whom they have tried to kill countless of times themselves, manages to survive that insane principle’s challenge. A remarkable improvement if you compare it to some of the previous episodes.Read More
The second season is almost halfway and I still don’t see where they’re going with this. I think it’s fine if they focus on the students and their classes, but I think it seems as though they constantly go out of their way to try and make us forget that their world will be destroyed if they don’t kill Koro-sensei.
Yeah, I’m annoyed. It’s quite obvious that I’m annoyed. I’ve had a rough couple of nights and Assassination Classroom doesn’t seem to be getting much better. They constantly dance around the fact that it’s about a class of students that need to kill a man-made alien before it destroys the entire planet like it did the moon.
Now what do we get? We got more of that insane principle and his ridiculous methods to keep the E class at the very bottom of his educational system. His school needs scapegoats in order for the promising ones to strife. How foolish. The only good thing that’s going on right now is that they are finally targeting that lunatic instead of making it another battle between classes of naïve brats.Read More
Boy… this episode was really mediocre. I mean, last week’s episode wasn’t all that fantastic when Nagisa’s insane mother suddenly showed up. But hey, I grinned and endured it because I was hoping for Nagisa to grow a pair and stand up to his mother. Never happened.
So what were we shown after such an amazing, jaw-dropping episode last week? That’s right. An epic, must-watch school fare. That has assassination, the end of the world and death written all over it. Oh wait… No it doesn’t. It’s just a bunch of kids competing with each other by doing all sorts of things to bring in some cash.
To summarize it all; the elites decided to give some kind of live performance as though they’re rock stars or something and the rejects of class E decided that opening up a restaurant with strange items would help them win. The tension was insane. I sat on the edge of my seat. Drown in my sarcasm, damn you. I actually regret writing about Assassination Classroom now. It’s fun to watch but I have very little to say since it’s missing that “wow!” factor.Read More
Now this is more like it! An episode that I didn’t see coming and still enjoyed watching. Mind you, although I liked it, which is absolutely true, I really wouldn’t care to see another episode like this one.
I shall tell you why. Our she-boy’s mother turned out to be an insane b*tch that tried to control his life to extremely levels in order to compensate for her own life. It’s no wonder that Nagisa turned out the way he did. Guys that have to grow up in a home like that obviously develop certain skills that allow them to kill people.
I enjoyed it, but I would’ve liked to have seen it end a little differently. I wouldn’t have minded to see Nagisa-kun stand up for himself and manhandle his mother every time she loses her mind or gets too physical. He learned all sorts of things… Why not try them out on someone that’s trying to take away your freedom?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