Not a very bad episode. I definitely enjoyed myself this time. There were times that I wanted to punch my first through a wall, but that goes with the territory. I fear that the ending is going to be very, very bad. Two episodes just aren’t enough to answer all the questions. I think a third season is necessary.
I think Elizabeth impressed me the most this week. That young lady from the Mably family always talked quite big. She struck me as a rich, spoiled young lady with too much power. I hereby retract that opinion and say that she is by far the most impressive Pandora out there. She trusted her limiter completely and was willing to let him pay the ultimate price, which is not an easy to do in her case, in order to help defeat her enemy, a naïve Pandora that fought to obey the commands of that mad scientist. I was rooting for her from beginning to end. I just hope that guy survives and recovers. I kind of liked him.
The fight that least impressed me and only made me want to throw my monitor through the window was the one with Chiffon. I don’t know if she was just acting or if she was completely serious, but the honour of her family’s name appears to be enough for her to kill her friends. She has either has very little idea of what is going on or she knows most of it and supports it completely.
The next episode should tell us more about Chiffon’s allegiance, the doctor’s plans for the E-Pandora and hopefully a bit about the survival of Elizabeth’s limiter. It’s going to be a very busy episode with a lot of action, hopefully. Either way, Chiffon needs to be taught a lesson. She is too cocky because she’s currently the strongest Pandora there.Read More
Yeah… I had a family something like this was going to happen. Last week’s episode kind of gave it away. Still, there’s no doubt in my mind that both Raul and Fino are going to continue working in that shop until the show is over and done with.
Last week’s episode already gave it away when Fino was mercilessly attacked in order to make her the next demon lord. It’s quite clear that culprit wasn’t looking for power, otherwise he/she would’ve taken the title of demon lord himself/herself. That’s when I knew that there was a lot more to it than that, and so I started thinking… Whom would benefit the most when Fino becomes the next demon lord? I have to be honest and say that Amada was at the top of my list with yet another scheme to put their opponent, Leon, out of business by making one of its employee’s the next bringer of doom.
I was quite surprised when it was actually Raul’s old friends. I’m pretty impressed because it actually does make a little sense. Heroes no longer have a job now that the enemy has been defeated, so it was their plan to ‘create’ a new enemy for them to defeat. It’s so clever and yet so obvious… Proof that a brilliant mind created this story!
It left me with one big question though. If those heroes wanted work, probably to make money, why not just take someone else’s money? Heroes are supposed to be strong, right? Why not just take whatever it is you want and do your best to get away with it. It’s either that or they simply want lots of fame as heroes.Read More
I’ll be keeping this post short because I have very little I want to say about this week’s Freezing Vibration episode and I don’t want to lower the already shockingly bad quality of my posts by ranting on about something that doesn’t even matter.
Well then, shall we start by pointing out that everything’s still so damn predictable? Almost all the Pandoras found out about the experiments and some of them agreed to help the E-Pandoras in their attempt to escape the facility. It was no surprise to see Satellizer and a grossly depowered Kazuya on the frontlines.
The predictability, unlike my interesting in this show, keeps growing and one can almost see the ending. They are probably going to wait another episode or two before revealing yet a few more little secrets that involve either that professor and/or that Pandora, who’s probably related to Kazuya somehow. Choosing this over Noukome or Gingitsune may have been a mistake after all.Read More
It’s safe to assume that things aren’t really going to change any time soon. I must admit that I expected more. I thought there was more to it than a slice of life story in a fantasy world filled with magic. I guess I was wrong…
I have to accept that their life is tied to that magical shop. It’s going to be like that for the rest of the show and I have to accept. It doesn’t mean that it’s not going to be fun or interesting, but it certainly damaged my expectations. I had hoped to see more than just a pointless war between two stores. It allows for a few interesting scenes, like last week’s fan service episode, but how good could it possibly become? At best they lose a few sales and have to find yet another method to attract customers, although an episode like this one may be a lot better than any fan service episode could ever hope to be.
I can say a lot of things about Yuushibu, but I certainly cannot say anything bad about this episode. It was a delightful episode with quite an interesting twist. I have no doubt in my mind that all the characters will remain faithfully employees of Leon, but I’m pretty sure it’s safe to expect a bit more action and romance than before.
Raul is still as ignorant as ever, that won’t change, but Fino is starting to realize that she actually likes Raul. I’m pretty sure that this will boost the romance in Yuushibu considerably. Also, the fact that people from Fino’s world have come to take her back to become a queen of all that is evil will surely spice things up for the time being.Read More
I did it! I finally found a simple word to describe this entire season without overcomplicating it. After having thought about it I arrived at a word that I use all too often. This season is predictable. It’s mediocre at best and those scenes with Satellizer’s brother were the only interesting ones worth remembering (until she stupidly enough saved his life).
Anyway, thing are finally coming to an end from the way things are going. We know that things are about to go south after all the E-Pandora are revolting. They are sick and tired of being used as lab rats and don’t want to end up as Nova’s. Why it came to the point that they actually took the crap that would either kill them or turn them into Nova’s I don’t understand, but it shows how determined they are. They would rather die or become monsters than to have to live as lab rats to power hungry organisations. Very inspirational indeed!
It all comes down to a fight between Pandoras and the E-Pandoras. Which will win? I don’t know. But the E-Pandoras are not alone anymore. They have friends that will surely fight by their side (until they actually turn into Nova’s and lose control of themselves). Only time will tell at this point, but since everything has been so predictable lately…
I’ll end this post with a final prediction. Keep in mind that I have not read the manga whatsoever. Kazuya stands in the middle of this, I know that for sure. His and Satellizer are going to do something to stop that man, whose probably also related to Kazuya somehow. I have been reading up on all sorts of rumours, but I think that man wants to resurrect that Pandora. It’s that Pandora that’s probably a relative of Kazuya, seeing has they both have ‘similar’ features. That’s probably what links that old man to Kazuya.Read More