This story is going in an entirely different direction now. We were led to believe one thing, but now they are bringing in so many more possibilities that you start to question the original story. Is that creature really interested in destroying the earth?
What the principle says made quite a bit of sense. The worst part is that I cannot disagree with his methods. He is willing to ‘sacrifice’ a few dozen students by putting them in class E, thereby motivating students from all other classes to do their best to stay out of class E. This may seem a little unfair to some, but it’s the responsibility of those very students to make sure that they don’t end up in that class. That’s why I cannot disagree with that method. The only thing that I disagree with is that he ended up changing some of the questions on their test to ensure that class E doesn’t do better some of the other classes.
Anyway, I really don’t think that Koro-sensei is really interested in destroying the earth. He must have a reason to do what he does. He is putting so much effort in teaching those children that there has to be something to it. If he really wanted die-hard assassins then he would’ve just taught them to kill. He wouldn’t have bothered with math and whatnot.
I wouldn’t be surprised if Koro-sensei was actually working to ensure that the opposite happens. Next week or perhaps the week after that we’ll probably find out that the earth is in danger somehow and that Koro-sensei is helping to prevent it from going under. That’s probably what’s happening right now. Teaching children all sorts of things and blowing up the earth after that doesn’t make any sense.Read More
Watching Shigatsu wa Kimi no Uso is really scary. My most favourite character on the show may or may not die and other characters are making fun all over the place. It’s a bit hard to watch at times, I won’t lie about that one.
Kousei played a nice piece together with Nagi. It surprised me to see him in control. Not only was he in control of his music, but he also decided to test Nagi during the performance by changing the pace a little. Did she falter? Absolutely not. She kept up and she stayed in control throughout the performance, for which she received a great applause.
It’s funny how much influence Kousei’s name has. People know him just by his name because of how he used to play. I wonder if he could use that kind of fame to his advantage. He could use it to get into top-class schools or find himself a top-class mentor that will help him become the world-class pianist that he is destined to be.Read More
You know, Koro-sensei threatened to blow up the earth in one year’s time, yet I still wish I had him as a teacher as well. He has the patience of a saint and he does everything in his power to ensure that his students get the best education possible. I never had a teacher like that.
So Koro-sensei decided to help out a girl, whose face I have seen for the first time I believe, by giving her two simple lessons. The first would be a little bit of chemistry. The second and most valuable lesson he could give her; lying. By being verbally capable you can achieve great things. If you are able to persuade people to do things or if you are able to make them believe any lie you tell them, then you could be a great assassin. At least, that’s basically the gist of it all. Walking up to your assassination target in order to ask him/her to drink your homemade poison doesn’t seem like it would be very successful.
The second part of the episode was a little bit less enjoyable. Class E had to attend an all-class event where they were made fun of, laughed at and even sabotaged by students from other classes. This led to Koro-sensei interfering, which goes to show that he really is a caring teacher. He will not allow anyone to sabotage their education.
What worries me is that there’s a guy scheming to make the lives of students from Class E a little bit harder. He probably is aware that they are being trained to become assassins and sees them as a threat to others students. You can tell that most of them have changed. They no longer let others walk all over them and I absolutely love that.Read More
It may still be too early to say this, but it really does look like Kaori is going to die. They are focusing so much on it that there is very little change that she is going to survive. She either dies or loses the ability to play the violin.
My motivation to continue writing joyful Shigatsu wa Kimi no Uso posts is almost all gone now that Kaori keeps doing worse and worse. They are focusing so much on her and her situation and about how she wants people to remember her, that the outcome is looking worse and worse. Something bad is coming and I am expecting the worst.
Kousei? He is continuing. He is still playing and he is still motivating others to play as well. This is probably because Kaori is still with us, even though he, too, probably knows that something awful is about to happen soon. The worst part is that we still don’t know what’s wrong with Kaori after all these weeks.Read More
So this is how they are going to do it, huh? Just introduce one character after the other to keep things interesting. Not that I am not okay with that, but I wouldn’t mind if things stayed the way they are right now. Although I must admit that this new character rocks.
So they introduced a new character this week; a busty blonde that’s supposed to be an English teacher at that messed up school of theirs. That’s what she claims, of course. In reality she’s just another professional assassin sent to kill Koro-sensei in order to ensure that the earth doesn’t get destroyed within a year’s time. I am perfectly okay with a female character trying to seduce that creature by pushing her big breasts against him and whatnot. It’s just too bad that she got cocky when she and her henchmen used real bullets instead of those “special” bullets. Not that it would’ve changed the end result.
Anyway, she joined the staff as an English teacher and she, too, has her eyes on Nagisa because of what he does. That guy doesn’t attack randomly. He is gather as much information about Koro-sensei as he can. He is the type of character that sees knowledge as power, and what not? After all, knowledge really is power at the end of the day.
Am I bothered that Nagisa got kissed by the new teacher? Hell no. I think it allows for quite a few interesting scenes, especially if Nagisa continues to collection more and more information that would interest her (and other people). It has become quite obvious that if Koro-sensei really is going to die by the end of the show that it’s going to be because of Nagisa and the information that he is collecting.Read More