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This episode was so incredibly confusing. I have no idea what to think of Amagi Brilliant Park anymore. I know what the point of the story is, I know that we are currently working towards a goal, but the path on which we travel is just too damn weird.
I can’t stop asking myself if the park is finally open or not. Is it? I don’t know. I just saw an episode with a lot of characters on a hot summer’s day that were enjoying their day at the pool. I doubt that they built a pool outside of the park, so I am guessing that that’s either the second park that was closed or that the park finally opened and is attracting very few customers. On one hand I am hoping that the park is finally open, giving me the impression that we’re about to see a lot of funny stuff, but on the other I am kind of hopping it isn’t because of the low amount of customers that showed up.
Was it really necessary to bring in more of those weird characters? A seal pirate that wants to enslave people, but are all scared of that weird shark? Yeah… I don’t think that I would like to see many more of these episodes. I had fun because other characters managed to put a smile on my face (like that hilarious blonde dullard).
The park’s new manager saw the visitor count and even he is starting to feel some pressure. He clearly doesn’t like to lose with that cocky b*st*rd coming over to rub it in. Now would be a good time to get to work and come up with a way to attract more customers to the park. I just don’t want a “magical” solution to the park’s problems.Read More
Yeah, it is safe to say that the series won’t be ending after the 400th episode. They are going to milk this money cow as much as they can by the looks of it. I honestly just skipped through this episode. I couldn’t be bothered to watch all of it.
You know, it would’ve been okay if those flashbacks where something knew. They just weren’t. I’ve seen and heard it all before. Why bother with all of that now? The last week it was the same story. Recaps and flashback scenes. This episode just didn’t contribute anything new. Not even at the end. It was the same old lets-try-to-talk-this-out-without-fighting-any-longer scenario that we have come to know and hate. Just shut up, fight this out and give us a great ending to a great series without dragging things out any further.Read More
I like the way this is going! The protagonist is finally starting to go his own way and I don’t think I have to worry about him ruining his beloved blonde’s chances for success any longer. It’s only a matter of time before he gets over that trauma of his.
The episode had a great start. I got to enjoy another glimpse of their childhood and I saw a crying Kousei and a crying Tsubaki. It was both moving and adorable. I could definitely do with a few more of those scenes. Tsubaki wasn’t nearly as boyish as she is now. I can’t blame Kousei for seeing her as family instead of a potential life partner.
The start was good, but when I actually saw that Kaori had borrowed Kousei’s shower and t-shirt… Oh yeah! I don’t even care that Kaori lost her a mind a little when she saw that dusty piano. After all, it led to that hilarious scene where Tsubaki laid eyes upon an annoyed Kaori and a very nervous Kousei. I watched that scene 5 times before I continued watching the rest.
It truly was a great episode. Kaori is finally coming to terms with everything, Kousei is finally moving forward after being motivated a bit, Tsubaki, although she had a little set-back, knows exactly what she wants and even that annoying Ryouta has a something that he wants to achieve. It’s safe to say that things are going well for all of them.
It’ll be interesting to see if Kousei’s music will measure up with the rest of the contestants. Some of them really have it out for him. Still, that’s not what bothers me. What bothers me is that Ryouta is still obsess with Kaori and vice versa, even though Kousei and Kaori make a much better couple. Ryouta should just set his sights on someone with the same interests (like Tsubaki).Read More
Is this going to be a regular thing? A new Psycho-Pass airs, people finish watching it and then hit the forums to b*tch about this “bad guy” character. Get over it. The guy is an excellent bad guy and I see no reason why I, too, should waste my time posting on forums. It’s bad enough that I come across those topics in the first place.
I must admit that this bad guy is a little weird. He is smart and thinks things through really well, but his motive remains a complete mystery. What is his goal? Is Akane right? Is the guy just collecting Dominators? I mean, the guy took away an eye from that female inspector, whom now follows him everywhere for some reason, in order to exchange it for one of his. How insane is that? You take away someone’s eyes, trade it for one of yours and you do it just to be able to use a dominator… I can’t stop myself from asking why.
The guy is completely obsessed with Akane. He studied her every day and made her his top target for some reason. That is why I am wondering about his obsession for Dominators. I don’t really see the connection between Dominators and Akane. Is he planning to kill Akane with a Dominator? I doubt her hue is going to get clouded any time soon…
I think Akane has to give up on Dominators for the time being. They are useless against that guy. She just needs to get herself a nice assault rifle and go psycho hunting. I think people think that she doesn’t have it in her, and they may be right about that, but even Akane will snap if you keep killing her friends and colleagues.Read More
Wooh! Another great episode! Why did it take so long for this to get an anime adaption when the manga finished in 2007? This is a huge find! Parasyte has blown away all of my expectations and it has only been six weeks…
So Shinichi got pierced through the heart by the parasite that killed his mother and then took control of her body. He realized that his weakness, his hesitation could prove fatal. He would’ve died if it weren’t for Migi, whom relocated to where his heart used to be in order to make sure he survives. If Shinichi were to die then so would Migi, unless he attempted to relocate to another human being like the parasite that killed Shinichi’s mom. I knew that Shinichi would survive this ordeal, but no way could I have guessed that thirty percent of Migi’s cells would remain within Shinichi’s body, giving him superhuman abilities.
I have high hopes now. Now more than ever. Shinichi realized first-hand that those parasites have no mercy. They do not have the emotions necessary. This should’ve been the push he needed to become a real man. Stop being scared and stop doubting yourself and just let it all go. That’s what he needs right now.
There, I said it. He needs to grow a pair of balls, especially since his father is still in danger. That parasite plans to get rid of him. No witnesses. Shinichi knows this and plans to kill the parasite that killed and took control of his mother’s body. I like his new-found motivation to fight! I can only hope that he finds her soon.Read More
Quite the hectic episode. I also found it rather difficult to follow because certain things did not make sense or seemed rather unnecessary. All in all not a bad episode though. My interest in that headmaster has definitely grown.
So Lieselotte, the seventh and final member of the Trinity Seven group, revealed herself last week and made it quite clear where she stands. She wants power and knowledge, which are really the same thing, and doesn’t mind going to extreme lengths to obtain it. It doesn’t bother her to be known as a dark mage. She just seems to go through anyone that stands in her way. I like that. I don’t care what people think about that character. I’ve seen remarks about the way she is dressed and the way she talks, but I like that character quite a lot.
Also, I finally have a favourite character on the show. Levi is my number one. The way she talks is awesome, her ninja way is cool, her “Magus Mode” outfit is very friendly on the eyes and she doesn’t go head-on for the protagonist like all the others characters. She is definitely the greatest character on this show.
Anyway, I still cannot accept that Lieselotte stole Arata’s power like that. What’s was the point of it all? I wouldn’t mind if that headmaster showed us what he’s capable of and took care of Lieselotte. Just capture her. She launched a full-scale attack on the school so I don’t think she’ll be walking away as though it never happened.Read More
This story is a complete mess. I already noticed that Grisaia no Kajitsu has been rapidly sinking in ratings. I guess there are a lot of other people that are getting fed up with it, like me. I should have known better than to pick a show that’s based on an erotic visual novel.
You know, I hate to drop something half way. But even I make exceptions when things get as bad as this. I’ll just wait two more weeks and if the story doesn’t improve I’ll just stop writing about this. The story is a complete mess and I am starting to lose interest. This could’ve been so much better if it weren’t for such a pointless story.
I did not want to watch Yuuji waste his time by befriending the final student at that school. He finally won her over, even though she tried to kill him several times. And letting her father, the owner of that school, think that she is dead by faking her death is idiotic. What kind of stupid twist is that? There were plenty of other, better methods available for her to have her freedom. This was just bad.Read More
See? Do you finally see? God may actually exist! I am joking, of course. God, in my eyes, has the same status as Mickey Mouse and Donald Duck; all fictional and made by man. Nevertheless, this episode was definitely one to be remembered.
It started out really casual, too. Nothing was wrong. Tatsumi was once again making promises that he probably won’t keep any itme soon and the rest of the group were planning their next moves. Nothing wrong with that. If you are going to assassinate an evil preacher that turns women into his sex slaves, than it’s a given that you need careful planning if you are up against the Jaegers and the last of the four “great demons”.
Was I surprised that Tatsumi managed to handle her on his own? Quite. I did not think he had it in him. Mind you, he did quite a lot of running. For a second there I thought he would run away again. But no, he held his own and actually managed to defeat that girl and save Mine just in time. He was actually a hero this time.
Now then, on to something great! Seryuu is dead! Not only is Seryuu dead, but Mine actually defeated her Imperial Arms, Coro, before he defeated her. Her battle was really tough and unfair, but she held her own and defeated two strong enemies on her own. That is why Mine cannot be killed off. She is too damn adorable and good.
Is Lubbock going to die next week? I don’t know. Next week’s preview sure gives that impression, but he could just end up being teleported to some location, just like with Tatsumi and Esdeath. I’m more interested in the fight between Najena, Susanoo and Esdeath. I already know that Lubbock is going to die at some point, but I have no idea which boss is going to win.Read More