Really obvious that there was going to be another season. Nothing had ended and there are simply too many questions left to be answered. I must say; I did enjoy the season overall, but I did betray my expectations. I expected more.
So Yu was hospitalized after he lost control like that. Rather, he didn’t really lose control. He was made to close control by that colonel of his. He was given “special” pills that would trigger his inhuman side and made it seem as though he had lost control. The guy had no choice. Now I understand why that demon of his was so puzzled when he tried to tame her. I’m really curious to see how she will deal with this and he, too, will deal with this situation. I hope he finds out quickly so that things don’t get dragged out again. It’s predictable enough as it is.
You know, the biggest problem in Seraph of the End is the pace. I have said it a thousand times before; it’s too damn slow. There’s hardly and progress and when there’s finally progress things tend to become predictable. They really need to work on that. I haven’t read the manga at all, but I refuse to believe that the manga is this slow-paced.
Anyway, Yu’s secret admirer will do her best to find out more about his current predicament. They experimented on Yu when they found him and now there’s something inside him that could very well wipe out the entire city. So many questions come up… Do the rest of the commanders know? Will Yu remain loyal? Will that demon remain loyal? We sure know that Colonel isn’t. Not to humanity. So many questions that need to be answered this October…Read More
Well, a significant improvement over last week’s episode, but it was far more annoying. It was annoying episode because now it’s kind of hard for me to decide who to root for. I am starting to believe that the vampires might not be completely wrong here…
I’ll just get straight to it; Yu-chan lost control for a little bit when he saw his friends get killed and used as meat sacks. He started to turn into this badass guy with black wings. I liked that. But hey, it means that he isn’t really human and his ‘friends’ are to blame for that. They found him many years ago and they must’ve experimented on him without his permission. It’s the sort of thing that makes you want to start rooting for the vampires. I mean, they took a little boy and turned him into something else, and a now using him as a living weapon against their enemy. It’s really hard to accept that.
I’m kind of curious to see how he’ll deal with that knowledge. His demon also knew that there was something wrong and she seemed to know more about what’s going on. I’m sure he’ll be wanting to find out more about that. I will honestly be quite disappointed if he continues to fight the vampires when ordered as though nothing had happened.
But hey, another huge battle is at hand. A group of human warriors versus a couple of vampire nobles and their vampire lackeys. This should be fun. If that colonel was a flunkey then I’m kind of wondering how strong those other guys are. I’m looking forward to seeing that annoying vampire die and I hope that those two busty vampire babes survive (for obvious reasons).Read More
You know, I am really in no mood to write a full Seraph of the End post this week. There has been quite a bit of action this week and yet the pace hasn’t picked up. I mean; kid gets rescued from vampires, gets raised to become a fighter, obtains a cursed weapon but has not enough time to master it so is forced to swallow pills and now this…
It is odd. They killed off one of the best characters on the show by the looks of things. Mikaela killed that commander and now Yu-kun has pierced Mikaela because he thought it was just another evil vampire that killed his commander. We have only two episodes left and the story still isn’t making a whole lot of sense. The end isn’t even in sight yet.
I’ll just say this; I’ll be really disappointed if Mikaela survives that attack. He got pierced by a cursed weapon. That should turn him to dust just like any other vampire. It’ll become pretty bad if he’s the only vampire to have survived being pierced by such a weapon for some ridiculous reason (like he being special because he drinks that vampire girl’s blood or something). We’ll see…Read More
Oh lord, thank you! Thank you so freakin’ much! I’m not saying that the pace has finally picked up, because it doesn’t seem like it has. I’m just happy that the motherload of all action has finally arrived. It’s about damn time.
So the war has finally started. The vampires have invaded the city in order to wipe out every human that wields a cursed weapon. Demons should only be wielded by vampires according to them. Nevertheless, I would like to focus on this whole “swallow-a-pill-to-temporarily-unlock-your-true-potential” nonsense. What the hell!? They have to swallow a pill in order to properly utilize their newly obtain powers. That’s a big slap in the face. You’d think that one slap would be enough, but no… Then they tell us that the effects only lasts for about ten to fifteen minutes. You cannot beat an entire vampire army within ten to fifteen minutes.
It’s all been a big setback, you know? They pumped up this whole black demon series so much, but then it turns out that the wielders are not much better than regular cursed weapon users. I haven’t seen anything special until now. Only that laidback commander seems to have quite the unique and powerful weapon.
Oh well, it matters not. Yu-kun is about to be reunited with undead family. Mikaela will probably turn his world upside down. I’m pretty sure that Yu-kun won’t be able to kill him. He’s too weak. In fact, I’m pretty sure that Mikaela would completely wreck him. He’s always been quite the strong boy. Time will tell…Read More
I must admit that this episode was a remarkable improvement over the last one. I’m not saying that pace has finally picked up. There’s still way too much that needs to be explored and many gaps that need to be filled.
Yuuichirou finally showed us what he’s got. They, and by they I mainly mean that annoying little blonde girl, kept annoying him all day for not listening to orders and whatnot. And yeah, he didn’t really listen that good, but you know, that girl is still alive because he didn’t. She is still alive because he decided to ignore those orders and fight those bloodsuckers. He spared her from a dreadful death and he managed to kill a few of them in the process. Yes, definitely remarkable improvement over last week’s uneventful episode if you ask me. Without a doubt.
Okay, now, I would like to express my confusion about Yuuichirou’s weapon. I remember that demon saying that he needs to call out her name if he wants to benefit from her demonic powers. I have not yet seen him call her out, yet those tribal marks appeared on his face either way. Did he say it in his head? Does it work that way? Or has he simply not used the real deal yet? Because that would be strange, seeing as he encountered a noble this week and almost didn’t live to tell about it. I am really curious about how that power works and if he really needs to call out her name for him to receive her true power.Read More