I must admit that this episode contained some much needed action, but to call it “awesome” would be a gross exaggeration. I think the first two episodes were much better than this one if you ask me, so I’m kind of hoping that the next episode will be even better. It sure is looking promising again.
I must say that I started sighing again at first. I got this nasty feeling that it would turn out to be yet another one of those ‘easy-going’ episodes, especially when Nai started playing in the snow. I’m not willing to sacrifice twenty minutes every week to watch a gay-looking rat with red eyes playing with a miniature snowman.
It’s sad, but I actually got a little exited when they started discussing the option to dissect Nai again. I would’ve gone nuts at first, but now I don’t really care anymore. It’s really not like me to talk like that, even though I didn’t really like Nai from the very beginning. You need to be careful with guys like that, otherwise you might suddenly wake up one day to find his head between your legs.
It’s a damn good thing that the end finally ended with some action. Yogi finally transformed into a real man after being attacked by two unknown enemies. I think that’s a good thing. Now he would play around so much with that girly voice of his. The only thing that hasn’t changed is how useless Nai and Gareki are. Gareki at the very least tries, but Nai was ready to crawl into a corner and die. The only reason why Gareki survived is because of his coat, the one thing they seemed interested in. So much for a serious story, huh?Read More
I am shocked. I am absolutely shocked. Here I was, trying to enjoy the action with a nice glass of cold Sprite, only to see how a lot of the characters are acting like idiots. Sometimes I just wish I could somehow ‘transport’ myself into the show so I could shove shoes up characters’ asses.
We discovered during last week’s episode that Ledo’s enemies also lives on earth. They may look slightly different from the ones he fought, but it turned out to be the same species nonetheless. So, I sat here watching with a smile on my face as I saw how Ledo tore that thing apart with the help of his faithful companion, Chamber.
Yes, that was very nice indeed, when suddenly I couldn’t even drink peacefully anymore after I saw how the characters reacted. They were shocked that he killed one of their “Whalesquids”, known to Ledo only as Hideauze. Ledo wanted to protect both himself and his new friends by killing that thing, so I definitely can’t blame him for that.
What really ticked me off is how the people reacted. They turned hostile and even aimed their guns at him again, even though they know full well that he could easily annihilate them in under a minute. Ridgett must have lost her mind to point her gun at someone that helped save them from those pirates.
It was aggravating to no end, but I can’t exactly blame them. It’s true that Ledo has to understand that things work different on earth. The Hideauze there might not be hostile, they might only attack when they’re being attacked. There’s still too much I don’t know before I can form a solid opinion. Maybe Ledo has decided to leave their fleet? Who knows…Read More
Finally some long-awaited action! It wasn’t much but it’s always better than nothing. I wouldn’t complain at all if the remaining episode were like this one. I have said it before and I’ll say it again; comedy is what kills this show. A bit of well-timed comedy is great, but don’t go overboard with it.
I must say that this episode was a true eye-opener. You watch a show where Mikoto, a powerful “Level 5” esper and one of the main characters, is one of the strongest characters around, only to find out that she’s easily beaten by some insane, power-hungry freak that enjoys killing Mikoto clones as much as I like scarfing down hamburgers. At what point does one start to feel uncomfortable when watching this stuff? I’m not good with these types of insane characters to begin with, so I got freaked out pretty quickly, but I refuse to believe that that character could be labelled as interesting. He’s just an insane kid with a thirst for blood and power, nothing more.
I’ve also developed a theory as to why he appeared to be stronger than Mikoto. In fact, I’ve developed several, but I think the most logical explanation would have to be that he got stronger after killing so many of her clones. It may have given him a power boost or something, which would also prove their theory about pushing one or more of them to the next level.
The second half was kind of annoying after you’ve just seen an incredible match-up, yet it remained interesting somehow. There’s so much we don’t know about those clones and their plans to level some of the other espers. What to ‘they’ want? Stronger weapons to use against other countries? There’s still so much that needs to be explained…Read More
Great, a flashback episode of the two least interesting characters… Why bother? I had so much hope… Space Brothers was slowly improving again, so I’m kind of bummed to have seen this episode to be very honest.
The start wasn’t that bad. I witnessed as Mutta didn’t even flinch when Vincent decided to give another one of his stupid speed-tests. It was funny when Mutta didn’t flinch, seeing as he experienced something a lot rougher on the day Hibito finally took off. Now that’s decent comedy that people can laugh at.
I’m a little disappointed in Mutta again though. He wasn’t really worried because he experienced something worse? Dude, you used to design cars, how could anyone that designs cars possibly be afraid of them? He knows how fast they go, so is it because he didn’t trust his life in that old man’s hands? I don’t know…
The rest was kind of an anti-climax. It wasn’t very amusing, it wasn’t really helpful to the story and it was barely entertaining. The only thing that changed was my opinion of Vincent, and that only changed slightly. I, too, would’ve turned out as a tight-ass if all the people around me told me I should aim low and give up on my dreams. I mean, teachers doing that is bad in itself, you need to shoot those teachers on the spot, but it’s quite terrible when their own parents tell them to aim low as well. You’d think that a parent would want nothing more than for their offspring to aim for the top, right? Shame…Read More
Why is it that most of this episode seemed like a filler? It’s safe to say that watching Tsukumo in that cute outfit is the only thing worth watching this week. It seems like they are focussing on clothes and accessories rather than the story.
Honestly; I have nothing more to say about this episode. It was quite boring and dull. It’s the kind of episode that you watch when you’ve already watched everything else. I have been told that next week’s episode should be very promising, something about a new arc starting and whatnot, but what about this week? Should I be happy with what I saw? Hell no! Karneval in general is simply starting to get less and less interesting. It has almost gotten to the point where I’d rather review Valverave than this to be honest.Read More