Ugh… Don’t you think it’s a little bit morbid how some of the “heroes” are simply replaced by other characters? Two characters get killed and get replaced soon enough by two knew characters… I guess the grinder needs more meat.
So this so-called doctor invades Night Raids’ base by unleashing his formerly human puppets to do his dirty work. Not only was it disturbing to see how gay they all looked, but I think it’s also quite uninspiring that most of those characters looked exactly the same. Was it really so much trouble to give those characters unique features? They looked the same, wore the same clothes, talked the same and they even used the same fighting moves. No wonder they were all cut down so easily when one of the newbies showed up to strut his stuff to impress his teammates.
So this guy, Susanoo (reminds me of Naruto Shippuuden), has the same kind of ability as Seryuu’s Imperial Arms. Instead of having a pet of his own that grows a few feet tall and whatnot, he himself is the weapon. His body, too, has a core that you need to destroy if you want to defeat him. Otherwise he, too, will keep regenerating, just like Coro.
Am I disappointed in the end? A little. I think it was a damn shame to get rid of Bulat. Nevertheless, we have two new characters that arrived to help out Night Raid in the fight against the ice queen and her powerful henchmen. I just hope that Seryuu gets to die first. She needs to die. Oh, and I wouldn’t mind if Esdeath were to capture Tatsumi again. I kind of liked those scene, hehe.Read More
I am now one hundred percent sure that Shino’s stalker is the one behind that Death Gun nonsense. There are too many coincidences and everything points to him in my mind. Am I seriously the only one that sees this!?
So Kazuto thinks he has figured out Death Gun’s methods. He thinks that Death Gun is working with someone else. Death Gun A kills characters in-game and Death Gun B visits players’ houses when they are in-game and do not realize that someone has entered their home. This Death Gun B supposedly injects the players with a poison of some kind as soon as Death Gun A shoots that player in-game with that black handgun of his. This makes it seem as though Death Gun A has the ability to kill players in real-life via the game, even though Death Gun B is the one that does the actual killing.
It’s a very farfetched theory. This would mean that Death Gun B is currently standing beside Shino’s bed. She cannot logout because he might harm her anyway and she cannot get shot by Death Gun A because Death Gun B will then inject her with that poison. This just leaves them with two options; find a way to signal people on the outside so that they can rush to Shino’s house and apprehend Death Gun B or work together to defeat Death Gun A, hoping that Death Gun B really does leave without doing anything to Shino. This just goes to show that that Stalker really is one of the Death Gun’s. No way did he look over her shoulder. He just knows her address because she either told him or because he follow her home after one of their real-life meetings. I’m sure that’s it.Read More
Accept it, people. There will never be a normal Majimoji Rurumo episode. Don’t even bother trying to think about the next episode. You won’t be able to predict it. Trust me, I tried many times during these past few weeks.
All hell was going to break lose when I started watching this episode. Rather, I knew it would. Things cannot stay the same when you mix Kouta and a group of naked girls with a Japanese hot spring. You automatically already know that Kouta’s going to do everything in his power to prove to the world that he’s a perverted force to be reckoned with. Making it a mixed bath instead of a traditional both for men and women separately was like comparing a few drops of oil with a whole oil tanker. You basically just gave that pervert the right to look (and touch) all he wants.
I dare call that normal, actually. At that point I started to wonder when something strange was going to happen, because it always does happen one way or the other. This week was no exception either. Kouta got his hands on a special bottle of water that had the ability to turn him into a wolf over time. All the more reason to believe that the author was high on cocaine.
Now, I may have been seeing this or I may have just misunderstood the whole situation, but I think there was a little spark between Rurumo and Kouta, don’t you think? Rurumo saved him once again and I am pretty sure that Kouta and Rurumo had a little moment there that they won’t forget. This is Majimoji Rurumo, so I may be overthinking things, but I am keeping my fingers crossed nonetheless.Read More
This was one seriously messed up episode. There might be some possibility that Tatsumi is gay, too. No man would’ve done what he did in that situation. No man. Still, the episode lived up to my expectations. I have no complaints whatsoever.
Remember how Tatsumi got captured by Esdeath last week? Of course you do. Millions of fans all over the world waited for a whole week to see how Esdeath would train Tatsumi to become her pervert love toy. I am obviously one of those fans. I still cannot understand how Tatsumi passed up on the opportunity to defile Esdeath’s body. Instead he tried to convince her to join Night Raid. As if Esdeath would simply switch sides because some weak guy asks her. Things would’ve been different if Tatsumi managed to successfully impregnate her, thereby gaining some leverage. But hey, that’s just how my messed up mind works, and it’s how I would’ve done it.
I was actually unpleasantly surprised when I saw that fish fanatic, Wave was his name I believe, transform, too. It seems his Imperial Arms was based on Incursio, Tatsumi’s current Imperial Arms, and that Incursio is just a prototype. I was under the impression that the Imperial Arms where all somehow created during a short period of time, so I never really thought that there were prototypes.
Putting that other guy side that’s about to find Night Raid’s base… I am pretty sure that this whole Incursio thing can go three ways. Either those two Imperial Arms are equal in power, in which case Tatsumi will lose because he lacks experience, Wave’s Imperial Arms really is stronger than Tatsumi’s, in which case Tatsumi will definitely lose, or if Tatsumi’s Imperial Arms, being a prototype, actually ends up being ‘special’ and therefor stronger, in which case Tatsumi has a chance of winning.Read More
I am fairly certain that Kyouji, that so-called from of Shino, is Death Gun. He completely fits the profile and he has the motive. Kyouji is obsessed with Shino and Death Gun happens to have the one gun that terrifies Shino more than anything in the world. I doubt many people know about her fear… Coincidence? Not really.
Despite the obvious bad guy in this season, don’t you think that Shino’s relapse is a little annoying? She was a complete badass not two episodes ago. She never let anyone talk her down, held her own during any situation, but now… Now she’s become a meek little puppet that can’t even defend herself, even though she’s fully aware that’s she’s just playing a game. And please, don’t send me angry e-mails (again) about how I’m insensitive and stupid to say something like that. I got mails like that a lot and this is how I respond: “it’s just anime, geek. People have their own opinions of it. Get over it!”
It kind of annoyed me how Kazuto had to help her fight against Death Gun. She could not pull the trigger. All Shino could do was cry for help as she sat there in fear. For a second there I thought she was going to piss herself. It’s a little disappointing to see one of the main characters, in this case one of the strongest snipers, to be reduced to that.
Anyway, Kazuto has his work cut out for him. Shino’s crazy stalker (I’m sure of it) is on their asses and he is looking to kill both of them. Perhaps the guy realized that he can’t steal Shino’s heart and decided to kill her instead? All the more reason to kill Kazuto; first he defeated his Guild in Sword Art Online and now he’s stolen the heart of the girl that he likes… Ouch!Read More