I had to wait two whole weeks to see this episode. Why was that necessary? Why did Kamisama Kiss have to take a one week break after only two weeks? I’ve seen Shirobako so I like to think that I know a little about how that system works. Did some idiot kid mess up in Japan? Or did some hyperactive girl finally have a car crash after racing from A to B?
All jokes aside; this episode was pretty hectic and I would love to write a lot about it, I really do, but time is not my friend right now. I am forced to keep this short even though Nanami-chan got such an important mission. I want to say so much about that. Like how that gay god keeps involving himself with Nanami and how he constantly ends up helping her. He must really care for her since his friend gave her that godly status in season one.
I cannot understand why Nanami-chan would have to protect the gateway to the underworld. Anyone could’ve seen that coming. She ended up in hell with the human that’s trying hard to get yet another immortal body. I wonder how he will treat Nanami-chan once he becomes a big shot of the underworld again.Read More
This episode was alright. A lot of controversial crap that nobody was really waiting for. This episode actually reminded me why I choose to be an atheist. I cannot be like those sad priests or other “men of god” and still be able to live proudly.
So “god” decided to recall Archangel Michael before he got the chance to kill Maria or to take away her powers. All of this because there were still humans around that would bear arms against the Archangel in order to protect Maria, which says a lot more about the divine than about Maria’s desire to fight against war. I mean, the Archangel claimed to interfere with Maria because she was interfering with life on earth, which was supposedly wrong. Maria, although she’s a witch, is still part of the world and has every right to interfere. It can be said that Archangel Michael is just one big hypocrite.
Nevertheless, Maria has been told about how she would lose all of her powers if she was caught meddling again or if she lost her virginity. It is sad that a lot of characters knew about that before Maria. The question is; would she give up all of her power just so she can lose her virginity? Sex is great and all, but I sure as hell wouldn’t bother if I had that kind of power. There are plenty of interestingly great toys out there.
I really am curious about how she will deal with this newfound information. She does not strike me as the type of character that would go on a rampage. Nor do I see her join the church any time soon. I am kind of hoping that she will try to find a way to get even stronger so she can fight off those that mean to harm her (like that angel).Read More
I would be a fool not to write about Maria the Virgin Witch. It is funny, it is sexy and it was obviously created for perverts such as myself. I’d be spitting the author’s face if I didn’t contribute in my own way. Writing about this show is my contribution, seeing as I cannot buy merchandise in my country.
So, Maria, a supposedly evil witch, avoided a war where many lives would’ve been lost. She summoned mythical beasts to scare away two armies and sent her succubus familiar to suck and ride out the will to fight out of one side. Yes, that really, really happened and I think it’s hilarious. That succubus will stop at nothing to achieve her goals.
It makes me wonder why Maria is still feared by many people. She has been obviously helping everyone by preventing war after war, does that not deserve a little recognition? Instead people refuse to acknowledge her, try to stay away from her and speak negatively about her because of what she is. It goes to show how weak and cowardly humans are.
What pisses me off is that the heavens, or in this case Archangel Michael, interfered with Maria’s mission to stop people from going to war. Yes, the angel made fair points, but she/he is trying to punish Maria for interfering with other people’s affairs when she/he herself/himself is doing the exact same thing to Maria right now. I just wished that Maria had the power to fight off that angel. The thought of her having a powerful familiar that she has yet to summon is kind of floating through my head, but we will see how Maria will deal with this new threat.Read More
I just have to write about this show. I remember when the first season came out and I underestimated it. My review was rather dull and, now that I’ve seen all of it, rather underrated. Kamisama Kiss is a really great show.
I love Nanami. I absolutely love her. She looks great and she is the very definition of adorable. In fact, they should just change the word adorable to Nanami. It’s her personality that makes her so suitable despite being human. The world would be a better place if Nanami was god. Nobody in his right mind would kill anybody in Nanami’s name. She’s just that pure.
I am also a little happy that her little monkey transformed into a little boy. We all knew that something like that would happen eventually. A crow transformed into a boy idol, a snake transformed into Mizuki and a fox transformed into Tomoe. It was just a matter of time before that little monkey transformed as well.
Anyway, Nanami got separated from Mizuki, whom was supposed to take care of her during her trip to the world of the gods, and is now attending alone without any support. She has to convince those gods that she is suitable and that she (and other humans) has value. I don’t see a problem with that to be honest. Anyone could see that Nanami is a kind, honest girl that would be willing to help anyone to the best of her abilities. That is definitely god-worthy. The chances of her being attacked or shunned somehow are very, very small I think.Read More
Okay, the foundation for this story is pretty basic. It has been done before, but there are a lot of things that make this story completely different. I am not going to say that this was awesome. It was alright. It was interesting enough for me to continue watching (for now).
The story is different from other stories where there’s always one character that stands out. This story combined all of that with the concept of incarnation and it makes something new.
I am going to watch the second episode as well. It looks interesting and certainly shows some promise. Although it’s nothing special, I think it’s good enough for you to try the first episode.
Plot Summary: Written by Akamitsu Awamura, the series takes place in a private high school involving the concept of “saviors.” They are known as people who possess awakened memories of their past lives. The story tells of a young boy named Moroha Haimura who comes to this private school.
At the school, there are two types of people: Saviors, who fight enemies with weapons and techniques gleaned from the Puraana powers from their own bodies, and Kuroma, who wipe out enemies with magic to manipulate the Maana powers that surpass physics. Moroha Haimura is the first person with past lives of both Shirogane and Kuroma.Read More