It’s not enough. One episode a week just isn’t enough. How about killing Dokidoki! Precure, Aku no Hana and maybe Yuyushiki and replace all those shows with a few more weekly Shingeki no Kyoujin episodes? That would be heaven.
So Eren is still in the game. He is still an ally of mankind and is now officially fighting for the surviving of mankind as part human and part titan. That old man may have spared his live and agreed to use him as a strategic weapon against the titans, but what happens when Eren outlives his purpose? He doesn’t strike me as the kind of man that likes to take chances, which worries me greatly. I’m pretty sure he’ll continue to make use of Eren and his abilities until they had time to rebuild and improve their city. Maybe they’re going to rebuild the city Eren grew up in as well, who knows?
Eren has many goals; he wishes to exterminate all of the titans, make a name for himself and to see his friends live a safe live. Quite admirable if you like at the big picture, but his main goal, in my humble opinion, should be getting to his father’s cellar. He’s bound to find some answers there as to why he can do what he does now.
Anyway, Eren is has become a key weapon in mankind’s survival. The general made sure that his best men protected Eren at all cost during his attempt to seal the whole in the wall. It was quite a shock when Eren suddenly attacked Mikasa, so I’m guessing his transformation didn’t go well this time. I can only hope that I won’t get to see many more of these cliff-hangers. The wait is killing me…Read More
Oh boy… I’m not sure I liked this episode. If I did then it would be because of all the wrong reasons. Oh well, I’m not going to mind the little things, but at least things are finally heating up. It won’t be long now before a war between espers breaks out!
So Mikoto hung in there… Wow! I have been going on about her inability to take on all of those espers by herself. I thought that she simply wasn’t strong enough, especially have wasting most of her energy on Frenda, a little girl that uses tape to blow up doll-bombs. It’s nice to know that the Japanese don’t like to waste anything, especially little details, because Mikoto came up with the idea to use Frenda’s leftover bombs to take on Shizuri, the fourth strongest esper in the city, in order to balance out her disadvantage. Stupid me, I almost forgot that Mikoto’s mind is almost as powerful as the electricity she manipulates.
So yeah, Mikoto decided to use Frenda’s bombs to attack Shizuri. Shizuri has the ability to retain “pure” form of electrons, manipulating them into a beam that pretty much melts anything in its path. The problem with her power is that she can only fire so many beams at once, which is why Mikoto used all of those bombs at once, not knowing that Shizuri had methods to bypass her weakness.
Anyway, Mikoto made it out alive. She learned about her mistakes, knows what her enemies are capable of and, if I’m right, will now ask her friends for help. Things should get a lot better now anyway, now that Touma, a guy with the ability to negate all magic, psychic and divine powers, has finally shown up. Next week’s episode really looks promising!Read More
Shingeki no Kyojin is truly a scary masterpiece. It’s slowly but surely moving up on my top-five list. The only thing wrong with this show is that it only has twenty-five episodes. It’s about time those higher-ups get around to talking about a second season.
Anyway, Eren! Eren, Eren, Eren… Isn’t he simply awesome? I could watch his transformation sequence all day, no problem. I’d wish he’d have more control, because he could’ve wiped that commander out without breaking a sweat, but I suppose that that would’ve screwed up their plan to beg for mercy and ask for a chance to help them.
I was surprised that Armin was the one to come up with a decent plan. It was reckless and kind of pathetic, but hey, it helped them survive. I’m still a bit mad about the level of trust that Eren has in Armin, even though he almost died because of him. You just don’t send a weak coward out on the battlefield, that’s just a waste of resources.
I’m a bit worried about that commander though. He showed up out of nowhere after he had left that fat coward’s palace in order to help his men fight the titans, but he looks like bad news. He has dangerous eyes and seems to be very calculative. I think he’s going to use Eren to the fullest like he’s some sort of weapon.
I can only hope that Eren will use his powers to protect his friends before all else. To hell with ranking, he doesn’t need any of that. He just needs to keep his friends close, learn more about that power and find out what’s hidden in the basement of his old house. That’s all there is to it right now. Please time, hurry up! I need more!Read More
This episode proves once and for all that Mikoto won’t succeed if she keeps this up. It is something we knew from the very beginning, so why is she still alone? I always thought that Mikoto’s most effective when she’s together with her sister.
So her battle against those espers continued. She was constantly driven into a corner, forced to take damage as she tried to make herself scarce. It’s kind of hard to find an opponent when dodging incoming attacks is all you manage to do. We all know she’ll survive this mess, so I’m kind of looking forward to the scene where she finally swallows her pride and asks her friends and/or sister for help. She must’ve realized that she doesn’t stand a chance against those three alone, let alone the other esper that showed up to stop Shinobu from reprogramming all the Mikoto clones.
That’s right; Shinobu took responsibility for what she had done, as she, too, was partially responsible for the level-six project. She came up with the idea to reprogram all of the clones, giving them (fake) emotions by doing so. She thinks that it makes the clones want to give up fighting and run away from battle instead.
So yeah, Mikoto will undoubtedly survive this mess, but it’s different in Shinobu’s case. She fulfilled her role as their scientist. There’s very little to no reason for them to keep her alive, so it’s probably going to turn out into a situation where Mikoto and her friends will have to save her. I doubt Shinobu will be able to escape on her own.Read More
Is this love? Could this actually be love? Have I finally, after all this time, ascended to a master-level nerd? God bless you, Shingeki no Kyojin, and all the people responsible for creating something as awesome as this!
The start had me going for second. I suddenly saw all kinds of characters that I didn’t recognize. My mind immediately thought about the worst possible scenario; everyone was dead. I started thinking about the possibility of Mikasa and the rest being killed by titans after Eren’s fuel tank finally ran out. My heart was in my mouth.
It seems that these characters were part of another squadron, a squadron that was sent beyond the walls to take care of other titans. I must say that this Levi seems like a serious pain in the ass. I don’t like to say this at all, but he may be a lot stronger than Mikasa. The only thing that’s good my hopes up is that it seems as though he needs to build up momentum before finally taking a swing at a titan. Mikasa does not, she just kills them using her god given strength.
I was shocked when Eren survived, even more so when he woke up and seemed fine, but what really took the cake was when everyone pointed their weapons at him. They pointed their weapons at the one guy that helped them survived. Are they so stupid to realize that Eren, although capable of becoming a titan now, is on their side?
Meh, I don’t care. Eren can transform at will now, and I must say that his transformation was absolutely awesome. The only one that worries me is Levi, the one guy that’s actually capable of killing Eren. I can only hope that Mikasa is strong enough to take him on, to defend Eren in his time of need. Next week’s episode seems so far away…Read More