I don’t even know where to start. Yes, this episode was amusing, but I really wonder when things are finally going to pick up. It’s almost like we are watching fillers at the moment.
It’s a little obvious that I’m not really into it this week. Do I really care about watching the students of class E compete against the principle’s son once again? Not really. It’s pretty much always childish and nothing ever really happens. I just wish that the students of class E would show off a bit of their assassination training.
We all know that the principle is a total head case. The man is anything but stable and he might actually do something to the students of left unchecked. I think it’s about time that the students (if not the teachers) started doing something about him and his underhanded methods to oppress class E at any given moment of the day.Read More
This episode is a perfect example of why Assassination Classroom is a risky pick for me to write about. It’s one of those episodes that don’t contribute a whole lot in my opinion, making it pretty difficult for me to find the right words when trying to write up a post.
The characters thought I’d be awesome to help their newest classmate with his remote controlled car so that they can kill their alien teacher peek up girls’ skirts with it. I’ll admit that I got interested because I thought that we’d get to see a tiny bit of fan service. But hey, this is Assassination Classroom; there isn’t a lot of that here.
So then I thought that it would pass. We’d soon be watching something else. But no, the majority of that episode was dedicated to showing us how tentacle-boy managed to find himself a place inside that classroom of dangerous misfits. I can only hope that things are going to pick up soon now that the headmaster is once again up to something.Read More
Anyone could’ve seen this one coming. The level of predictability has always been Assassination Classroom’s biggest weakness. It was the same in the first season and I am pretty sure it’ll be the same thing in the second season.
So tentacle boy has been discarded by his own partner after he proved useless once again. No wonder… the guy keeps doing the same thing over and over and still he expects different results. He would be labelled crazy according to Einstein. But to discard a human weapon just because he can’t kill that alien is a bit too much. Any ‘real’ (I am losing that word very loosely here) government would’ve used him for other targets.
That he would’ve been discarded like that I didn’t see coming, I’ll admit that, but I did know that he would join the class at some point without the constant presence of that ex-partner of his. Now that he seems to be part of the class there’s probably yet another character coming soon. That’s how it goes, right?Read More
Meh, why not? I wrote about the first season and I still enjoyed it even though it got a little bit too predictable near the end there. I have high hopes for the second season and I can only hope that they pour a little more action into this season.
I will say that it started off nicely though; another new scheme to kill Koro-sensei and this team it seems to be going really well. They got him surrounded from all sides by that anti-Koro-sensei material and his so-called ‘brother’ decided to jump in there to finish the job. It’ll probably end up with him escaping or reverting to that ball form of his.
What do I expect? Well, I expect to laugh quite a lot this season, but I also want to see more of that exciting action where the characters show their skills as assassins, you know? Like when Nagisa had to go up against that insane instructor that tried to take over Tadaomi’s job. I liked that a lot. Oh, and now that b*tch-sensei has fallen for Tadaomi? Brilliant. Can’t wait to see where they’re going with this.Read More
What is going on? People sound so excited about this one and that continued even when the first episode finally arrived. I just finished watching it and I honestly think it’s mediocre at the very best. Surely it can’t be just me?
That being said; I do not really care for this story. It did not pique my interest at all and when the episode had finished I asked myself what the hell I just watched. Is it really all about flying shoes and how high schoolers use them?
I cannot recommend this. It could be the first episode that’s weak, but first impressions are very important where I come from. I’m simply not impressed.
Plot Summary: In a world where flying is as simple as riding a bicycle, there is a popular sport called “Flying Circus” (dogfight race). The protagonist who once hoped for a future in this sport suffered a setback due to an overwhelming defeat, and withdrew from the sport for this and some other reason. However, he met the transfer student Asuka Kurashina, and in teaching her to fly the skies, the old passion returned. He takes part in the Flying Circus again.Read More