I can remember how easy it was to write two or more posts a day when I still had my old job. I had very little to do during the day so all I ever really did was surf the web and write posts. Now that I have a job that actually requires me to work I noticed that writing multiple posts on the same day is quite challenging.
I’ll just get right to it; I find it out that Haku is continuing on like normal. I mean, he found out that he is in fact ‘human’ and that the emperor is actually his older brother that created all those animal-eared humans. You’d think that he would be spending a lot more time at the palace, but no… Nothing seems to have changed.
Nobody knows about this (yet). Haku didn’t seem to want to profit from it. In fact; he’s going on yet another dangerous journey with his friends to delivery their allies some supplies so that they can continue their war. I just think it’s strange that the old man suddenly declared war like that. We have no idea what happened before that…Read More
This certainly was a kick in our protagonist’s nads. He went through all that trouble of going back in time (even though he himself has no idea how he did it) and it only seemed to make things worse if you look at the big picture.
He did not save that poor girl. I imagine that her mother’s boyfriend is the one responsible for her death and that her mother is merely trying to cover it up or something. But yeah, she got murdered a little later anyway. She managed to make it to her birthday but that was all. Our poor protagonist had no other choice but to go back to his ‘own time’.
I will say that I find it kind of weird that his colleague, that interesting girl, is willing to do so much to help him. She even helped him at the cost of her own wellbeing after the murderer set her family’s house on fire with her still in it. It goes to show that our protagonist is getting closer (and making things a little bit worse for the sake of progress). I can’t wait to see what happens.Read More
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