This is just the worst… They are really ruining the show. Their desire to milk this show as much as possible is really getting out of hand. I mean, five months of fillers and we get one or two good episodes. Now we get 2 more fillers and 1 week break in between. That’s ridiculous.
I cannot believe that I’m still watching this. Hell, I cannot believe that I still dedicate precious time to write about Naruto Shippuuden even though they are ruining it. I must’ve been a true fool to think that the fillers would’ve been over and done with after five months of waiting. It will never be over. As long as they can make some money off of it they will continue to make and air nonsense episodes in order to drag things out as much as possible. Probably just so that the spin-off manga, a story where are favourite characters are all adults and have families of their own, gets ahead so that it can be green-lit for animation as well.Read More
Well, I am happy that they didn’t waste an actual episode on those recaps last week, but I feel as though this episode could’ve been like that as well. I’m not saying it was an uninteresting episode, but it was about a character that doesn’t really interest me personally.
More than half of this week’s episode was dedicated to that girl and her brother. We were shown how they grew up, what hardships they faced together and how they came to be the individuals that they are today. That’s all nice, but I feel as though they’ve spent too much time on those two characters this week. Some of it wasn’t even necessary.
Anyhow, the last six or so minutes were really about Leonardo getting his ass handed to him by that blood brood brat. I’m not sure how things will go from here on out, but he needs Leonardo’s eyes to complete whatever ritual he’s trying to complete. Klaus and his men need to show up fast in order to help their friend and save the world once again.Read More
Really obvious that there was going to be another season. Nothing had ended and there are simply too many questions left to be answered. I must say; I did enjoy the season overall, but I did betray my expectations. I expected more.
So Yu was hospitalized after he lost control like that. Rather, he didn’t really lose control. He was made to close control by that colonel of his. He was given “special” pills that would trigger his inhuman side and made it seem as though he had lost control. The guy had no choice. Now I understand why that demon of his was so puzzled when he tried to tame her. I’m really curious to see how she will deal with this and he, too, will deal with this situation. I hope he finds out quickly so that things don’t get dragged out again. It’s predictable enough as it is.
You know, the biggest problem in Seraph of the End is the pace. I have said it a thousand times before; it’s too damn slow. There’s hardly and progress and when there’s finally progress things tend to become predictable. They really need to work on that. I haven’t read the manga at all, but I refuse to believe that the manga is this slow-paced.
Anyway, Yu’s secret admirer will do her best to find out more about his current predicament. They experimented on Yu when they found him and now there’s something inside him that could very well wipe out the entire city. So many questions come up… Do the rest of the commanders know? Will Yu remain loyal? Will that demon remain loyal? We sure know that Colonel isn’t. Not to humanity. So many questions that need to be answered this October…Read More
I’m sorry to say this, but I found this to be quite the weak season finale. I don’t even want to dedicated too much of my time by writing a big post about this episode. I simply expected a whole lot more from this and I’ll tell you why.
First off; Koro-sensei, as expected, escaped and was just fine in the end. We all saw it coming and we accepted it a long time ago. But what I simply cannot accept is that those students were never in any real danger, making the last few episodes pretty pointless. It just makes it very hard to takes things serious.
What also pissed me off is how nobody wanted to see Nagisa end up as a killer. I mean, he is being trained as an assassin… What do you think he’ll do after that long road? Become a florist? Assassins assassinate people. That’s their purpose. They kill. You train those brats to become perfect killing machines but you’re not allowing them to kill? It renders the entire story quite pointless. I hope the second season will make up for that.Read More
Well, a significant improvement over last week’s episode, but it was far more annoying. It was annoying episode because now it’s kind of hard for me to decide who to root for. I am starting to believe that the vampires might not be completely wrong here…
I’ll just get straight to it; Yu-chan lost control for a little bit when he saw his friends get killed and used as meat sacks. He started to turn into this badass guy with black wings. I liked that. But hey, it means that he isn’t really human and his ‘friends’ are to blame for that. They found him many years ago and they must’ve experimented on him without his permission. It’s the sort of thing that makes you want to start rooting for the vampires. I mean, they took a little boy and turned him into something else, and a now using him as a living weapon against their enemy. It’s really hard to accept that.
I’m kind of curious to see how he’ll deal with that knowledge. His demon also knew that there was something wrong and she seemed to know more about what’s going on. I’m sure he’ll be wanting to find out more about that. I will honestly be quite disappointed if he continues to fight the vampires when ordered as though nothing had happened.
But hey, another huge battle is at hand. A group of human warriors versus a couple of vampire nobles and their vampire lackeys. This should be fun. If that colonel was a flunkey then I’m kind of wondering how strong those other guys are. I’m looking forward to seeing that annoying vampire die and I hope that those two busty vampire babes survive (for obvious reasons).Read More