Mar 13, 2013

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Bakuman 3 episode 22

Now, now… There’s no need to look so surprised. If you seriously thought that Moritaka and Akito wouldn’t get that anime adaption then you don’t know this show at all. They always try to save the best for last, always.

[sage]_Bakuman_S3_-_22_[720p][168ACCA8].mkv_snapshot_02.18_[2013.03.12_22.07.24]The only thing bad about Bakuman is the fansubbers. It’s shameful that it always takes so long, and that there’s only one dedicated group out there that subs Bakuman, one of the best shows out there nowadays. It’s also shameful that Moritaka and Akito got themselves an anime adaption, but that their troubles have only begun. To think the moment Moritaka has worked so hard for was ruined by the blog post of a single, stupid girl that didn’t think before she acted. How could she have written that about Moritaka and Azuki? She should’ve known that stuff like that ruins people’s lives, especially since she’s in showbiz as well.

[sage]_Bakuman_S3_-_22_[720p][168ACCA8].mkv_snapshot_17.16_[2013.03.12_22.08.31]Moritaka and Akito finally succeeded in getting an anime adaption, but it’s not over yet. It’s Azuki’s time to prove herself by auditioning for a part in the Reversi anime. It’s now officially known that Azuki, the voice actress, is engaged to Mahiro, the mangaka. People, mainly their fans, would think that Azuki got picked because of her relationship with Mahiro, which is why she has to audition.

I still hate to say this, but it seems the anime is really following the manga’s footsteps. Prepare yourself for a rather disappointing ending. It’ll be emotional to some degree, but it ends there. The ending doesn’t compliment the story in any way whatsoever.

Bakuman 3 episode 22 screencaps

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