Another nice episode. So what is there was very little action? I believe this will lead up to an interesting new chapter that will undoubtedly entertain me throughout the show. I especially like how high-paced this all seems.
So Bell-kun decided to tell his advisor about his insane increase in stats. He showed her and she couldn’t believe how much he had progressed in so little time. I also noticed that she did not notice that he has obtained a rare skill, which is probably why her attitude towards him stayed more or less the same. In fact, she, probably in his best interest, took him out shopping for armour. The guy has been going to those dungeons without proper equipment all this time. At one point it might not go as smoothly and he’ll end up taking a hit or two. Armour would definitely come in handy during that time.
Also, Bell-kun found out about his goddess’ new job. Yes, he has a shiny new knife that will help him reach the top, but there was a price to be paid by Hestia. God only knows how long she has to work there for her to pay back all that money. But hey, Hestia is friends with that other goddess so it’s not like those terms are unreasonable.
And finally; I can see it coming from a mile away. Bell-kun is being baited by that little midget that’s only after that special knife of his. If I remember correctly; that knife can only be used by someone with certain ambition or something like that. She is going to try it again and that goddess of beauty is going to try and mess with Bell-kun again. Things are going to get rough for him again…Read More
Not a bad episode, but it certainly does not beat last week’s epic episode where we discovered that Nagisa-kun had some hidden assassination talent. Still, it’s always nice to see another character in the spotlight I suppose.
I’m guessing that Koro-sensei has befriended all of his students now. I can’t think of one student that he hasn’t won over yet. All that was left was the class bully, whom he won over during this episode, which makes the story even weirder. He wants to be assassinated by his students that he befriended. Yeah right. His real objective will become clear in time.
But hey, those students learned that he doesn’t really go well with water. His mucus protects him from water to a point, but after that he becomes slow and somewhat vulnerable. Information like that is worth gold to someone like Nagisa, whom relies on accurate information to achieve his goals. It’s only a matter of time.
What kind of bothers me is that Koro-sensei is still being very gentle with his so-called brother. That masked guy withdrew him from his class due to personal reasons, but now he shows up again and he expect Koro-sensei to go along with him and not harm him even though he’s not really his student right now. He’s just another freaky kid with killing intent and tentacles for hair. So, in theory at least, Koro-sensei shouldn’t have to worry about harming him, especially since he was really driven into a corner this time. I guess he just refuses to go back on his word (which might just be his biggest weakness).Read More
I just have to write about this show. I was very sceptical about the first season, so I chose to write about something else. I just wasn’t sure about the artwork back then, but hey, I came around. I see this jewel for what it is now.
So anyway; Sidonia has a lot of new problems now. Season one was about Nagate showing up one day and finding himself leading a new live in the presence of other people (and a cooking bear-woman). His biggest worry was fighting Gauna outside of Sidonia. And yeah, that was quite a load on his shoulders, especially since he was sent out almost every time.
But now? Things have changed. He will have to worry about his friends being taken over by some kind of parasite that goes for the mind and he has to worry about hybrid weapons that may or may not end up destroying Sidonia instead of enemy Gauna’s. Not to mention the fact that that captain, whom may have been taken over by a parasite as well, has just killed those so-called “elders”.
Things have taken an interesting turn. Nagate’s problems were once so simple, but now it’s going out of control. We have a captain that’s dead-set on taking over, a group of parasite-controlled ‘humans’ whose motives aren’t clear yet and we have one hybrid weapon that was supposedly created to fight off those aliens. All of it is getting out of control. Rather, I think it’s too much at once. They introduced that hybrid plus they killed off all those elders in one episode. What is next? Are they going to take over one character after another with those parasites? Sounds to me like the Gauna are winning after all…Read More
So last week’s episode contained quite a bit of action. It also contained a little glimpse of what we can expect from the protagonist. It almost seemed as though they wanted to hint us about a possible power-up.
So this episode kind of disappointed because I feel as though it didn’t contribute anything. There was no action and not a lot of progress to be very honest. Perhaps I set the bar a little too high when that girl suddenly showed up last week, but they haven’t done anything about that. That girl is still a complete mystery.
Basically, they, and by they I mean Klaus, played a game that resembles chess against some demon overlord in order to gain some information about a game-changing drug that’s known as Angel Scale or something. It was very uneventful, although we did get to see yet another female character that seems to be quite strong. I’ll be looking forward to learning more about those characters.Read More
Epic! This episode was completely and totally epic. There are no other words to describe it. I thought that we would get another class E bashing episode, but this completely blew away all my expectations. Well done!
The episode started out very interestingly. All the students were practicing their close quarter’s combat techniques again with Karasuma-sensei and things got out of hand when our favourite blue-haired kid scared the daylights out of him for a split second. This alone was more than enough to keep me interested throughout the episode.
That’s when some big guy showed up that claimed to be their new teacher. He was supposedly instructed to turn those kids into ruthless killers as soon as possible. I’m not even going to mention his pointless and merciless methods. Let’s just say that his appearance brought to light a talented young assassin.
You see, none of the students wanted him as a teacher. The guy was a monster. He hit students, came up with a ridiculous training schedule and even forced them to recognize him as their “father”. I’m not even going to explore whatever daddy issues that guy has. I’m just happy that Nagisa-kun got picked as a representative for his class and successfully managed to defeat that guy. That’s right, he got defeated by a student whose talents finally became clear to all of the teachers (and perhaps students). This was truly a great episode with a lot of awesome developments!Read More