Can it be? Did I really see an episode where none of the characters were busy looking at breasts or playing with them? This must be one of those rare episodes that happen only every now and then… Yes, that has to be it. I’m sure that we’re going to be up to our necks in breasts again next week.
I suppose the characters were too busy this week to be focussed on breasts (or any other part of the female body). ‘Poor’ Alibaba was too busy fighting an ape-like monster that practically tore him apart. It just goes to show how weak he is without that magical weapon of his, and yes, I say that knowing full well that he won in the end. It´s only when his switches were flipped and his personality changed that he managed to actually do some damage. I´m not even sure I actually like the “new” and improved Alibaba. He seems way too cocky. I don’t like cocky characters.
There’s one thing that I really didn’t like about this episode. I was under the impression that Morgiana and Masrur were two of the very few survivors of the Fanalis tribe. Now it seems as though a small, mysterious girl with blonde hair as a small army of them under her command. What the hell is up with that? I liked it more when I thought they were almost extinct. Now it turns out that there are more than enough of them left for them to reproduce and revive their tribe.
The sighs just won’t stop… I can only hope that we get to see a little bit of Morgiana next week. I really want to know how her quest is going (don’t be surprised if she encounters a whole village with hundreds of people from the Fanalis tribe). Let’s make it happen!Read More
I’ll be keeping this post short because I have very little I want to say about this week’s Freezing Vibration episode and I don’t want to lower the already shockingly bad quality of my posts by ranting on about something that doesn’t even matter.
Well then, shall we start by pointing out that everything’s still so damn predictable? Almost all the Pandoras found out about the experiments and some of them agreed to help the E-Pandoras in their attempt to escape the facility. It was no surprise to see Satellizer and a grossly depowered Kazuya on the frontlines.
The predictability, unlike my interesting in this show, keeps growing and one can almost see the ending. They are probably going to wait another episode or two before revealing yet a few more little secrets that involve either that professor and/or that Pandora, who’s probably related to Kazuya somehow. Choosing this over Noukome or Gingitsune may have been a mistake after all.Read More
Sometimes I really doubt my ability to pick a good show to write about. With Magi it’s no different. I generally like what I see a lot, but there are a few characters that just don’t interest me. Alibaba is one of them, although he was quite cool in this episode.
Alibaba travelled many miles to learn something that Sinbad could’ve taught him. He lied to his friends, acted real tough when he was actually getting in the way of progress, and for what? He walked many a mile and missed many meals. He was practically a skeleton when he finally arrived. Hell, he even failed the first exam because of it.
It makes me wonder why he’s doing all of this? Sinbad could’ve very well taught him how to use his powers. Sinbad could’ve also told him that he has two types of Magoi coursing through his veins, although most of us already knew that. It’s why Aladdin kept seeing two different types of Magoi emanating from his body.
Anyway, it was quite amusing. Did I see an episode that didn’t focus on poor-dressed female characters? No. It was still pretty much the same. Alibaba met a few old friends that helped him out by giving him a place to sleep and food to eat, only to end up fighting that very same chick at their casino. It just goes to show that his former title is still giving him a helping hand every now and again. I’m not sure I like that because it gives me the idea that he has an unfair advantage, even though that’s probably not the case here. Either way, I am more focussed on Aladdin and Morgiana. Can’t wait to see how she is doing…Read More
I did it! I finally found a simple word to describe this entire season without overcomplicating it. After having thought about it I arrived at a word that I use all too often. This season is predictable. It’s mediocre at best and those scenes with Satellizer’s brother were the only interesting ones worth remembering (until she stupidly enough saved his life).
Anyway, thing are finally coming to an end from the way things are going. We know that things are about to go south after all the E-Pandora are revolting. They are sick and tired of being used as lab rats and don’t want to end up as Nova’s. Why it came to the point that they actually took the crap that would either kill them or turn them into Nova’s I don’t understand, but it shows how determined they are. They would rather die or become monsters than to have to live as lab rats to power hungry organisations. Very inspirational indeed!
It all comes down to a fight between Pandoras and the E-Pandoras. Which will win? I don’t know. But the E-Pandoras are not alone anymore. They have friends that will surely fight by their side (until they actually turn into Nova’s and lose control of themselves). Only time will tell at this point, but since everything has been so predictable lately…
I’ll end this post with a final prediction. Keep in mind that I have not read the manga whatsoever. Kazuya stands in the middle of this, I know that for sure. His and Satellizer are going to do something to stop that man, whose probably also related to Kazuya somehow. I have been reading up on all sorts of rumours, but I think that man wants to resurrect that Pandora. It’s that Pandora that’s probably a relative of Kazuya, seeing has they both have ‘similar’ features. That’s probably what links that old man to Kazuya.Read More
Is it wrong for me to like this weird episode? I didn’t set the bar too high to begin with. I learned my lesson, after all. I expected a little bit more after I saw one of the maniacs from the Ren family. This episode didn’t really tell us anything.
I must honestly confess that I’m getting a little fed up with Aladdin’s perverted tendencies. Once or twice every few episodes is fine. It’s funny and it focusses your attention on something else for a change. That doesn’t mean I want to see that perverted little midget work towards his obsession for big breasts during every episode.
However, I did like it when Aladdin failed the initial test and was placed the bottom of the barrel (so to speak). It seems that his magic was strong because he could control the Rukh, but that’s no longer possible with that thing on his arm. He has to do everything on his own from now on. No more shortcuts, no more help. That’s how it should be.
You know how they say that all roads lead to Rome? It’s true. All roads in led me to one question; why the hell did his instructor have to be a busty dominatrix? What the hell is up with that? She might as well have worn nothing. Her breasts were almost completely exposed, which were coincidentally (yeah right) the reason why Aladdin made it to the next round. His hard work wasn’t just because he wanted to succeed at becoming a magic-user. He probably just wanted to play with his instructor’s breasts more than with magic. That’s why things need to change soon. I can’t fully enjoy it if things are constantly about him and his desires.Read More