Heh, I bet a lot of you that don’t read the manga didn’t see this one coming, huh? I can’t blame you. I read the manga as soon as it comes out (because I have to, I’m a die-hard geek) and I still pretended as though I didn’t see it coming. Just because I can.
So Sasuke has once again made up his mind. I cannot begin to count the amount of times where he made the wrong decision and had to revise it in order to minimize the damage it’s done. I’m fairly certain that this is one of those mistakes, and quite possibly a big one, too. Nothing happened in the manga, but I can see it coming alright.
Maybe it’s because I haven’t seen him in a while or maybe he just is, but that Suigetsu is one annoying character. He never shuts up, acts as though he’s a high school girl and has a mouth so big that he makes Kanye West look timid. I seriously don’t like that idiot. Please make some unknown character kill him already.
Anyway, Orochimaru is back. Sasuke found a way to bring him back by using Anko’s curse mark to draw him out. I still find it difficult to understand, but, provided I’m right about this, this is just another one of Orochimaru’s ‘parts’. He somehow duplicated himself by using the curse marks. I’m probably half-right or completely wrong about this, but that’s how I saw it.
There is really only one question that’s haunting me right now. How many more episodes until we get another sh*tload of fillers? These past few episodes have been great and I cannot help but feel as though that’s about to change since the anime is catching up to the manga quite fast. I’m just going enjoy it for the time being.Read More
What in heaven’s name did I watch? Was this really a regular Kyoukai no Kanata episode? It was so unnecessarily confusing that I almost stopped watching. It’s strange to see this episode after we just finished watching two filler-like episodes that had no real impact on the story.
Some would probably describe this episode as an amazing and/or interesting twist. I don’t know about that. The start was confusing as hell and in my humble opinion they didn’t really explain it very well. There are still pieces of the puzzle that are missing and I can only hope that those are found during the next couple episodes, otherwise the story just doesn’t make sense anymore.
The start was completely off. I have been paying close attention to Mirai-chan, one of the cutest and more interesting characters on the show, so I immediately noticed her strange personality. She was so focussed on being with Akihito that she did things that she normally wouldn’t dare to do. Mirai has never been that aggressive.
It became even weirder after that when it became known that Mirai isn´t exactly ´there´ anymore. Akihito was dreaming all this time after Mirai extracted that youmu from his body. I´m not sure if that youmu escaped or simply used Mirai as a host for now, but things have gotten really weird and I´m not at all sure I like it.
I didn´t get the ending either. What was that supposed to tell me? I don’t get it at all. The only thing that’s going through my head right now is that Mirai-chan might be gone for good even though it was everyone’s plan to kill Akihito instead of her. I’m not sure if three episodes will be enough to answer all the questions that this episode caused. We’ll see…Read More
Another great episode!? I have a very bad feeling about this. We’ve been having so many great episodes lately that we’re bound to get lots and lots of fillers soon. Don’t be surprised when we have to wait two or three months.
This certainly was a very emotional episode. The god that’s known to most of you as Itachi has performed what most can only describe as a miracle. He stopped Kabuto’s forbidden Jutsu, the Edo Tensei. Everyone was finally set free and ready to return to the afterlife. It’s really time for final goodbyes. It wasn’t easy to see Itachi go, he was by far my most favourite character on the show, but it’s for the best. His final moments are bound to set Sasuke back on the right path after having lived most of his life with only one goal; revenge. Time to get rid of all that hate, although it suits him quite nicely.
I’ll be sure not to spoil anything for those that read the manga, but let’s just say that the real fight is about to begin. Madara is unaffected by Itachi’s effort to stop Kabuto’s Jutsu. He just resigned the contract and obtained, from what I understood, an even better body. He now has an immortal body with infinite Chakra. How the hell do you beat someone like that? He was hard enough to beat without adding more oil to the fire, and the fact that Kabuto made him even stronger by giving him the Rinnegan does not help whatsoever. It’ll truly be an amazing battle to see Madara fight against the five Kage’s, especially since their morale is dropping rapidly now that Madara keeps getting stronger.Read More
Kyoukai no Kanata Daisuki! This is yet another good example of how all anime should be. I have very little to no idea how this is going to turn out. I love it! I can only hope that this passes by fast this week so that I can watch the next episode.
Honestly, I have no idea what’s about to happen. I know that the four-eyed pervert, or Akihito as you may know him, will undoubtedly survive this thing. I have no idea how, but that’s the only thing that’s pretty obvious. The main character rarely ever dies in these types of stories. How will he survive? I don’t know. Will he remain half human and half Youmu or will they somehow remove that evil half of his? I don’t know. I have no idea how it’s going to happen or what is going to happen next. That’s how it should be; very difficult to predict.
Also, which characters are we supposed to like and which are we supposed to hate? Is there still a difference between friend and foe? I can’t tell anymore. I don’t know if Izumi is planning to use Akihito’s powers somehow or if she’s trying to stop Miroku and the organisation that’s backing him from doing so. Either way; she’s serious about wanting Akihito dead.
Like I said, Akihito won’t die. Mitsuki doesn’t want him to, Hiroomi is trying to protect him and Mirai, because she actually likes that pervert, will not kill him. I suppose that she’s going to do everything she can to get through to Akihito, hoping that he snaps out of it. Part of me wishes that Akihito goes completely berserk and destroys that entire organisation and everyone in it.Read More
Yet another great episode! This is too good to be true. You don’t often get this many great episodes in a row… I have a bad feeling about this. Don’t be surprised if starting next week we’ll have to endure a couple of fillers.
I must admit that I still get annoyed whenever I see Madara. I’m amazed and annoyed by him at the same time. How can it be that one character can be this overpowering? The five Kages still are no match for him. How is that even remotely possible? The Kages are supposed to be the village’s strongest Shinobi, yet all five of them can’t do a thing about Madara.
That brings me to the next topic: Hashirama Senju, the first Hokage that established the Hidden Leaf village with Madara, Tsunade’s grandfather and quite possibly also the first person to possess the ability to use Wood Style Jutsu. He was the one that defeated Madara. I cannot begin to imagine the kind of abilities that he has that enable him to do such a thing.
The only thing wrong about this episode is that Itachi is probably gone for good this time. I can’t see him being resurrected again. Why would they? Itachi lived a horrible life in order to ensure the safety of this village and his little brother, Sasuke. Knowing that Danzo is dead was the only thing that managed to put a smile on my face.
Mind you, that scene where Itachi was about to kill his own parents was really heavy. To hear his parents say that they love him and that they’re proud of him, even though they knew that their own son was about to take their lives, was absolutely tragic. I don’t care what any Naruto geek says, Itachi always was and always will be the greatest character on this show.Read More