Dec 31, 2012

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Bakuman 3 episode 13

Okay, what to say, what to say… Seriously, what do I say? Must I focus on Tooru’s loss? Or perhaps the idiot that has been messing around with Perfect Crime Party’s (PCP for short) reputation? I was actually surprised that Moritaka took control this time. It’s usually Akito, isn’t it?

[BFS]_Bakuman_S3_-_13_[720p][4191982D].mkv_snapshot_06.46_[2012.12.31_00.08.27]Those who read my posts frequently know that I only write about what really caught my attention. A lot caught my attention during this episode, which makes writing about it a pain in my delicate, unspoiled behind. I suppose it comes with the territory when you create a manga about doable mischief. I’m calling it mischief because Moritaka and Akito claim that it’s not a manga about crime, even though the manga goes by the name of Perfect Crime Party. It’s too late to deny it at this point, wouldn’t you, the viewers, agree?

[BFS]_Bakuman_S3_-_13_[720p][4191982D].mkv_snapshot_16.05_[2012.12.31_00.09.31]Anyway, the fact that Shinta actually went to see Takuro kind of astonished me. Shinta has a good heart, despite his “unique” personality. I bet he, too, couldn’t believe how fat he had gotten. Hell, I bet he was more astonished about that than the fact that he was reduced to a mere street artist. Mind you; street artists sometimes do awesome things. Too bad that Kazuya took him in…

But enough about him and his petty problems. Let’s focus more on how Moritaka and Akito managed to turn that whole situation around. I was impressed when they used the PCP-wannabe to point out that their manga wasn’t about inspiring people to do bad things, but rather how clever the characters in PCP are. God, I can’t wait to see what happens next week. It should be very interesting now that Eiji has made a move.

Bakuman 3 episode 13 screencaps

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