This episode sure moved along a lot slower than I had imagined. This season, if I am not mistaken, only has twelve episodes. Yet Ken’s journey isn’t even well underway yet. For them to spend this much time on that many pointless scenes… I don’t know what to think of that.
One of the most interesting scenes in this episode was when Akira tried to kiss that idiot partner of hers. He has had such a terrible life and one good thing pops up and he denies himself that. I mean, you are about to go to war against a lot of powerful ghouls and you get the one chance to laid with the woman you’re probably going to end up with, so for him to deny himself that… Idiotic.
So the old man whipped out of Kagune and assumed the role of the One-eyed Owl and already took down at least one or two dozen soldiers before those two powerhouses showed up. I don’t think they are strong enough to take him on, but should more of their friends appear… Who knows? I just hope Ken shows up in time before too many of his friends end up dead.Read More
Okay, I am keeping this post short because of the fact that I pretty much predicted this entire episode ahead of time. I find that very disappointing, especially seeing as Kamisama Kiss has never been all that predictable before.
I’m sure we all knew that Nanami was going to interfere one way or the other. She always sympathizes with others so easily and she always tends to stick her nose where it doesn’t belong. So yeah, not at all surprised when she walked up that mountain and got caught by some big Tengu. It was sad that she ran away after being scared to death like that, but it was her own fault this time.
The worst part is that she got so scared that she was actually trembling, but now she’s going back there again even though she knows full well that women aren’t allowed on that mountain, which makes me wonder how those bird-guys reproduce. Nanami is simply looking for trouble, although she probably expects that Tomoe will come to her rescue this time.Read More
Oh, okay… Not exactly the kind of episode I expected, but I suppose there were a few interesting scenes. And, unfortunately, a few disappointing once as well. I suppose that’s how it always goes, isn’t it?
So last week’s episode went by quickly and I was really surprised to see them go on a class trip so soon. I kept thinking about what the angle of it was. I mean, first those children are forced to make an unfairly modified test to make sure they get poor grades. Now they are sent to another part of the country on a field trip right after they finished their exams. One cannot help but to think about the real reason as to why they’ve been sent on that trip. There is always a reason, especially when class E is involved. I just can’t put my finger on it…
Anyway, some of the students got abducted by a small group of thugs and I immediately started to think about the idea of it. Where they ordered to do so? If so; what was the point of it all? I just find it a very strange twist in the story. Were those students just at the wrong place at the wrong time? Was it really all a coincidence?
There is only one thing that I know for sure; it’s a damn shame that Koro-sensei interfered. I would’ve liked to see those students solve it themselves without that alien showing up to solve it for them. They are being trained as killers for god’s sake; at least let them defend themselves against a group of thugs like that.Read More
Another great episode. So what if there wasn’t a lot of action? It continued something of much more value. You can’t love a show where there’s fighting during every single episode. You need to mix things up a little bit.
This episode was perfect for that. We basically got a little history lesson about the old man and how he used to live his life. He was all alone and only cared for his own survival. He killed and killed until he came across a young woman whom ended up stealing his heart. They lived together and did a lot of things together, including making a child together, which led to them being targeted for doing this impossible. A child from both a Ghoul and a human was supposedly impossible, yet they did it and the woman got killed for it and the child now missing.
It was a very interesting story and the old man lived a very interesting live. It’s too bad that they didn’t actually show us how he became a Ghoul, but that’s alright. It was quite interesting to see how he lived and why he changed to become the man he is today. It’s no wonder that other Ghouls choose to follow him out of their own free wills.
Nevertheless, he may have lived the last part of his life as peacefully as he possibly could considering the circumstances, but he and his friends are still Ghouls, which has caught the attention of the local authorities. The next episode should prove to be quite interesting as both the old man and his friends will have to defend themselves against many, many Ghoul-killing soldiers.Read More
I am late today. I have been driving all over the city because I either forgot something or because I suddenly got called for extra work. At this point I am so tired that I actually feel like I could sleep for a whole week.
I would’ve kept this post short anyway even if I wasn’t short on time. I mean, I honestly don’t really care about those crows. Sure, it was interesting to get to know that playboy wannabe a little bit better, but in the end he still annoys me. I don’t care if he was discriminated against as a child. That doesn’t give him the right to act all high and mighty, especially not now when people need him.
Nevertheless, it’s quite obvious that Nanami is going to interfere. She has this habit of sticking her nose in places where it simply doesn’t belong. This leads to a lot of problems that makes Tomoe’s life just a little bit harder than it has to be. Curiosity is fine, but do not meddle with affairs that you know nothing of. That’s all.Read More