May 11, 2013

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Karneval episode 06

You know, now that I’ve thought about it carefully I think I’d rather be writing about Valverave than Karneval, because Karneval has simply become stagnant (story-wise). Too bad that I, being my usual idiotic self, shunned Valverave because of the first episode, because it looked a bit like Gundam Seed to me.

[Anime-Koi] Karneval - 06 [h264-720p][E01A643A].mkv_snapshot_05.42_[2013.05.10_22.18.52]Anyway, this episode wasn’t anything special. It was very difficult for me to stay focussed on the story. We, from the very beginning, were led to believe that Circus is no more than an international organisation that fights crime when no one else can. We’re six weeks into it and I’m starting to believe otherwise, because the methods they use aren’t exactly peaceful and humane. I understand that they’re targets aren’t exactly human either, but that doesn’t give them the right to torture them for answers. Maybe that’s just me though?

[Anime-Koi] Karneval - 06 [h264-720p][E01A643A].mkv_snapshot_16.13_[2013.05.10_22.19.10]I also dislike how Gareki is constantly being portrayed as the bad guy. We all know about his bad-boy attitude, and that he’s actually a good guy beneath it all. Just stop. Just put the guy together with Nai, supposedly a gay-looking rat with red eyes in a human’s disguise, and let them continue their quest together, so that Karoku may be found in the (near) future.

Yeah, I get pretty agitated this time, but it got even worse when Tsubame actually offered her body as a test subject to see what that doctor did to her. The look on Tsukitachi’s face when she surrendered her body like that was dreadful. It was the face of a monster that had just won a battle, I don’t like it one bit.

Karneval episode 06 screencaps

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