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Oh come on, we could all see this one coming. No time to act surprise, people. The only thing that surprises me is the amount of Psycho-Pass fans that are now rooting for Kamui’s attempt to destroy the Sibyl System once and for all.
Yeah, I won’t lie; I am one of those people that are rooting for Kamui right now. He was a product that was created by an infamous professor that is now part of the Sibyl System. You could very well say that Kamui is trying to destroy the one that did those things to him. You really cannot blame him for being so messed up. They experimented so much on him that he lost part of his humanity. He’s probably going to commit suicide when and if he succeeds in destroying the Sibyl System. I honestly can see that happening at this point in time.
And Akane? Yeah. I honestly see her taking Kamui’s side sooner than the system’s side. I don’t think that Kamui’s really the one that harmed Akane’s grandmother. I could be wrong, of course, but I somehow feel as though that Sakuya Tougane guy is the one that pulled the strings that led to her grandmother’s suffering.
One thing is certain; Akane is not going to let either of them have their way. She doesn’t want anybody to get killed. She wants them to be brought to justice. That’s the kind of personality she has, which is why you cannot break her easily. It is one of the reasons that I am currently hoping to see her destroy that evil system once and for all.Read More
I am very satisfied with this episode. I am very satisfied with how this episode turned out. It would’ve been absolutely ridiculous if Kousei suddenly started playing like a pro from start to finish and actually won. No, that won’t be happening any time soon.
Say whatever you want about the guy; he did his best. He had a good start when he was still trying to be the old puppeteer that he used to be when his mother was still alive, but that soon fell apart when he realized that he was too damaged to revert to his old ways. His mother haunts him and he completely fell apart. At one point he just stopped playing in order to gather his thoughts and, when thinking of Kaori, started playing again as though he was a new person with a new mission. I definitely liked what I saw there!
It is promising. He has been playing because of his mother up until now. Tied to the score because of his mother’s evil teachings. But not anymore. He has been set free. He can finally find his own way, his own music. He already has a goal in mind. All that’s left is for him to continue walking this path and he will end up on his feet soon enough.
Now then, what will happen with his childhood friends? He likes the girl that supposedly likes his best friend, even though those two have nothing in common. Kaori and Kousei were practically meant for each other. I can’t say the same thing about Tsubaki and Kousei. They were meant to be brother and sister from different parents if you ask me.Read More
I am really loving how only two weeks ago (if I am not mistaken) we got two episodes without having to wait an extra week for another episode. They just keep coming out and I say let them. The more Parasyte episodes the better.
So Shinichi has evolved physically and mentally. We all know this. The question that everyone keeps asking themselves is how much he’s changed. I still don’t know. He is no longer scared of his fellow human being, but he is still reluctant to go into battle and comes across as a weakling from time to time. What is up with that guy?
I also dislike how Shinichi lets himself get manipulated by others. The girl with the ability to sense parasites has been following him around and now she’s even dreaming about him. He is letting himself get manipulated by her. If this carries on he might endanger the relationship he has with Satomi-chan. What an idiot.
Anyway, the parasites are still on the move. They are attack (random?) targets nowadays. They do seem interested in living amongst human beings, but only on their terms. That is why they wish to control it all. How would you control a large amount of people? Politics of course! The parasites came to that conclusion from what I could tell and are now trying to infiltrate the political world by killing off candidates and taking over their identity. This puts a whole new spin on everything, seeing as the parasites have never tried to form any kind of society until now. They are gathering, scheming and they seem frightfully good at it. Good luck with that, Shinichi.Read More
I suppose I could consider this episode somewhat different from the rest… I could, but I won’t. How different was it, really? It still contained small portions of fan service, comedy and a somewhat predictable twist.
So Arata ascended from Demon Lord Candidate to an actual Demon Lord. Good for him! His outfit changed as well as his appearance. His hair turned white, which made me think about Tokyo Ghouls, and he has these lines across his cheek which made him look like a little badass. I definitely like what I saw, even though if it was for a short duration. It would’ve been a bit more exciting to see more and if it took more than a simple slap to make him turn back to his old self, but hey… beggars can’t be choosers. I’m just happy that I got to see something interesting.
I also noticed that Mira, the show’s tsundere, has finally given in to Arata’s charms, whatever they are. She has fully acknowledged him as a potential partner and is now actually calling him by his name instead of “the impure one”, although I must say that I definitely like the latter. His harem has made some progress once again.
But yeah, spending a few months looking for a character that’s dear to the protagonist, only to find out that she’s on the opposite team… That sucks! Watch; she’s bad now, but, just like that grim moiré from last week, Arata will beat her and make her switch sides. Either that or she’s consumed by evil and Arata has to set her free. Probably something as standard as that.Read More
I do not understand why Grisaia no Kajitsu got thirteen episodes and shows like Psycho-Pass 2 only got eleven. It is quite obvious to anyone that the latter obviously wins in story, artwork and overall popularity.
Life went back to normal for Yuuji and the rest. Amane, as predicted, steps into the spotlight this week and almost immediately becomes Yuuji’s girlfriend (kind of). This will probably take up next week’s episode as well, but after that we’re probably going to finish this by either focussing on Yuuji next or just a whole group thing.
Grisaia no Kajitsu has roughly a seven on a lot of anime databases. I think that’s too high. This show has been a huge disappointment. The show didn’t even start out strong, but it just looked overall promising. In the end nothing changed. The story is still as weak as it was when this first started. Truly my biggest regret this season.Read More
Amazing episode. To think that the next one will end it all. Why did Akame ga Kill! not get twenty-five episodes? I bet all of the viewer’s would’ve loved to see another episode, especially since things just got really good.
All hell broke loose. The emperor and his advisor unleashed their final trump card, an Imperial Arms unlike any other, supposedly the strongest of them all. This enormous machine-like suit was used to blow up part of the city in seconds. It would’ve wiped everything out of Tatsumi and that other dude weren’t fighting him off. That boy completely lost his mind. The only one that he still listened to was that evil advisor of his, which would be the last person on the planet that he should be listening to. He just needs to die quickly.
Anyway, Tatsumi, finally getting a step closer to becoming a real man, took it upon himself to take action. He decided to protect the citizens at any cost. This forced him and his armour, which has adopted the name “evolving armour”, to reach a new level, giving Tatsumi more power and the ability to fly.
Did this actually kill Tatsumi though? They made it seem as though he was dead, but I know better. He is one of the favourites. This may be Akame ga Kill! and all, but that doesn’t mean that they will kill off one of the favourites. I believe that he isn’t dead and that they will kill that advisor and/or emperor and escape from Esdeath’s clutches once again.Read More
Okay, weird, very weird indeed. I may not have been paying close attention because I failed to see one thing that made this whole episode quite strange. I am probably going to watch this episode again tomorrow to make sure I didn’t misunderstand.
So Asuna went to see some ill girl after that purple-haired piqued her interest. I failed to understand the connection between Asuna and that girl. It is my guess that they were both Sword Art Online players or something like that, because I don’t think Asuna would involve herself for any other reason than something like that.
Asuna has plenty of problems of her own right now. I don’t think she has time to worry about other people if it wasn’t important. I just can’t see it right now though. Why care about that aids-infected girl? Her condition is terrible and heart-breaking, but no need to get involved. I’ll probably feel stupid about writing this episode after I had the change to watch that episode properly again.Read More
I wanted to do this post yesterday but I was feeling so bad that I just skipped out on it. I am not at all better yet, but good enough to write up a post or two. At least this episode was a lot more informative and interesting than some of the others.
So the park is open after all. I lost track and didn’t even notice that it was opened. I don’t even know when it was opened. All I know is that more and more people keep visiting and that things are actually starting to look a normal park with normal people. The shows are being done, the people are being entertained and I have yet to see any of the employees engage any of the customers in hand to hand combat. This must mean that the park is definitely improving under Seiya’s management, proving once and for all that he definitely knows what he’s doing.
Now, it seems he is going to be rushing things, as one would already expect. He is worried about Latifa, whose memories and body “reset” after a year (gee, where have I heard this before?), so he is getting worried about having far too little time to accomplish his goal of getting all of those visitors. Bad things happen when things are rushed.
Now this tiny lion-like guy walks in at the last moment and tells everyone that he might have found a way to gain the required amount of visitors. Something tells me that it involves the girls and very little clothing again. But hey, we will have to wait another week to find that out, now wont we?Read More