Yeah, I suppose I do find this ending rather good. It may have been a little rushes and not all questions were answered, but I suppose it’s because I wanted to see a lot more of DanMachi. It saddens me that it’s already over.
DanMachi truly was this season’s underdog. Many people thought that it was another dirty anime when they saw that busty loli Hestia and thought that it was going to be more fan service than anything else. Things soon changed after only a couple of episodes. People came around and saw DanMachi for was it truly was; a great show.
I’m not sure if there’s ever going to be a sequel. I haven’t heard anything yet. Not even an item about the possibility of a sequel. That’s why I’m kind of satisfied with this ending as it had everything you could wish for; a badass boss, a huge fight and a happy ending. That finishes things pretty nicely if you compare it to the endings of other shows.
I knew that Bell-kun’s latest skill would be the key to him defeating that boss. His attack being amplified like that allowed him to slay that boss before it could destroy them all. That’s all very cool and impressive that Bell-kun managed to rise to the occasion, but I still think that it could’ve been avoided if Hestia hadn’t used her divine powers after Bell-kun had already won the day (so to speak). It seems kind of pointless if you think about it. Bell and his friends were safe and so was she, so there was no point in having her interfere. I wonder if that happened in the manga as well or if it was just their way of ending the show. Either way; I am pleased. I’m glad I watched this show and that I wrote about it.Read More
This is just the worst… They are really ruining the show. Their desire to milk this show as much as possible is really getting out of hand. I mean, five months of fillers and we get one or two good episodes. Now we get 2 more fillers and 1 week break in between. That’s ridiculous.
I cannot believe that I’m still watching this. Hell, I cannot believe that I still dedicate precious time to write about Naruto Shippuuden even though they are ruining it. I must’ve been a true fool to think that the fillers would’ve been over and done with after five months of waiting. It will never be over. As long as they can make some money off of it they will continue to make and air nonsense episodes in order to drag things out as much as possible. Probably just so that the spin-off manga, a story where are favourite characters are all adults and have families of their own, gets ahead so that it can be green-lit for animation as well.Read More
Thank you! Thank you so much! I have been waiting for an episode like this for weeks now! Ah~ this episode was pure bliss. The best part was that I didn’t even see it coming. It came as a pleasant surprise, which is great.
I mean, this episode started out with Takeo’s constant domination in sports. His physique allows him to do incredible things, especially when you compare him to other guys his age. He just dominates at almost everything he does. He even got scouted when he went ice-skating. But hey, Takeo’s straight, so there’s no way in hell that he’d ever become a professional ice-skater. Can you honestly see that gorilla on the ice doing pirouettes with some chick? Come on… That guy belongs in a ring or a field. Basically; somewhere where he can destroy other people.
But I digress. The guy needs to start studying if he wants to go to the same college as his girlfriend. She wants to go to the same school as him and vice versa. They currently go to different schools, both they are both working hard to change that. This was basically one big set-up for what came next, for which I am still truly grateful.
So yeah, that whole study thing was one big setup to get Rinko to visit Takeo’s home. She came to study and the way Takeo’s parents reacted was priceless. They wouldn’t leave her alone. His mother cleaned the entire house and bought all new stuff and his father just kept asking question after question. It was hilarious. I can’t wait to see how Rinko’s parents will react. Probably not as positive.Read More
Another great episode. It’s truly a darn shame that I have to keep this post short because it definitely deserves better. Unfortunately, I think I’ve come down with the flu. I’m cold and can’t stop shaking. I just want to write and plan this post and dive straight into bed.
So Bell-kun ended up being tested once again. His insane progress has caught the eyes of many people, including the divine, so it came as no surprise when that god, Hermes, decided to test his skills. I’m pretty sure Bell passed when he defeated that guy after he realized how to do it. But hey, that’s not what’s important here.
Hestia made it known who she was and it caught the attention of others. She’s not allowed to be in the dungeon and she knows that. She will have to face the consequences. It’s a damn shame, too, because Bell-kun didn’t even need any help. He had already won when she popped up. I guess the final episode is going to be quite eventful.Read More
I’m sorry to say this, but I found this to be quite the weak season finale. I don’t even want to dedicated too much of my time by writing a big post about this episode. I simply expected a whole lot more from this and I’ll tell you why.
First off; Koro-sensei, as expected, escaped and was just fine in the end. We all saw it coming and we accepted it a long time ago. But what I simply cannot accept is that those students were never in any real danger, making the last few episodes pretty pointless. It just makes it very hard to takes things serious.
What also pissed me off is how nobody wanted to see Nagisa end up as a killer. I mean, he is being trained as an assassin… What do you think he’ll do after that long road? Become a florist? Assassins assassinate people. That’s their purpose. They kill. You train those brats to become perfect killing machines but you’re not allowing them to kill? It renders the entire story quite pointless. I hope the second season will make up for that.Read More