What dreck! Did they really use slow motion that way near the end or did my video get badly out of sync? That was appalling.
We now have multiple episodes of zero progress. I was about to be thankful for the way that they chewed up several months (by saying that it had passed) but then I had to suffer through real-time 'action'. This is so bad it's grisly.
*sigh* this tries to hard in the drama department.
I enjoy this more when it's more about comedy and less drama. I was hoping before he blew up there would be something comedic will come out of it and that was just a bit disappointing. It's funny how Haruna is almost oblivious about everything though and I like her upbeat energy throughout the episode.
The ending was a real way to go, but it's obvious that he's still in the next episode. I'm not sure if i have this right, but Yuu doesn't go with Ayumu and the others because if she does, somehow she'll put them in danger right?
13man18 said: The ending was a real way to go, but it's obvious that he's still in the next episode. I'm not sure if i have this right, but Yuu doesn't go with Ayumu and the others because if she does, somehow she'll put them in danger right?
Yeah, her words and emotions can damaged the people she loves but...Big Spoiler ahead *WARNING*
There are like 7 Light Novels and the anime has only gotten though like 2-3 IIRC. So yeah, Eu will be back and prolly the second season will have Chris (just wait until there is a second season)
Kinda don't like the whole "Funny anime gone serious" thingy...hurry up and save Yuu already Ayumu, god damnit. Then perhaps it can return to the funny stuff. This episode was ok, but not worth waiting two weeks for, tho the reason for the wait is totaly understandable.
I have as of this episode lost all faith in this season's anime being any good. I can't even discuss this episode without exploding in a torrent of rage. Watching Dragon Crisis before this didn't help.
SentiNel said: I have as of this episode lost all faith in this season's anime being any good. I can't even discuss this episode without exploding in a torrent of rage. Watching Dragon Crisis before this didn't help.
I was just posting a comment on how bad that show had become. I had to lower my overall score for both these shows this week.
I think this is a reference to the title of the fourth episode "Wait, am I radiant?"
I love how they reference something to come with earlier episode titles. Like episode 8's "Yes, I Am the Harbinger of Death".
EDIT: Suddenly the soundtrack in this episode is real good.
I also noticed that this is one of the anime that isn't repetitive. Every episode is different. Even if the current season hasn't finished, I keep wanting a second one.
I'm in agreement with those who say the show is going downhill. What started out as a great comedy has turned into a decent comedy with decent drama. It's not bad, and it's still worth watching, but I would have much rather they stayed on track with what made the series so great.
I have eventually started not giving a shit about this series, I'm still in just for Haruna being a funny dumbass and, starting this episode, for the Night King. Cooking paella and sneaking into the aquarium to watch the penguins sleep? Sign me up.
Other than that, I keep not giving a shit about any semblance of plot this show may or may not have.
Deleth said: And here we go again, why does every anime seem to need some dumb drama at the end? It just seems as forced and dumb here as it does in Dragon Crisis.
In order to reinforce their "PLOT"...
Most 12 episode anime (LIGHT NOVEL adaptations) do the following:
The first 10 episodes they develop the characters, show comedic moments, show some fanservice, and just a little bit of plot, within this time frame they may or may not give hints of how this will end.
Along comes episode 11 (sometimes Ep.10) or (SHIT JUST GOT REAL EPISODE), sometimes it's really good, but most of the time it's FORCED and is not done correctly.
If you don't believe me, think of MOST anime that are adaptations of a Light Novel.
Please, somebody kill this anime. This series (till Kyoko arc) was pretty nice, but now it has a really weird mix between jokes and plot... on the last 2 episodes i just cried blood... is THAT painful to watch. sorry, but 2 of 5 for this episode
I think many people are disappointed not because some episodes where really bad but because by seeing the first episode they formed a wrong opinion about the show. They thought it will be a crazy comedy with no really important plot and just be full unpredictable crazy events. They are shocked that this anime actually focuses on it's plot instead of showing crazy things 24/7 trying amuse them.
For me is better like this. I don't need another Baka to test.
Anyway i wonder what did the evil zombie guy did with that magical girl he was controlling? I thought he took her so he can appear threw her again but now his appearing with his real form.
Lol at Haruna enjoying her meal with the evil guy and ordering seconds.
So is Eu not making him the favor to kill him? If he wants her to die and Eu refuses maybe his thinking of holding her until she does it? That's what i assumed anyway, I really don't get what that guy wants.
Looks like that other zombie doesn't want to be immortal anymore, and Eu is the only way from him to really die. Poor Eu doesn't want to cause trouble for the gang anymore. Hopefully they'll get her back next episode! D:
The scene with the bomb was pretty hilarious. Until Ayumu sacrificed himself that is. Gluing legs back on is one thing, but how the hell are they going to glue all those pieces back together? xD
So Immortality is not as great as it is huh? From the other zombies point of view it suck and he wants to die that badly...Poor Yuu is being dragged around by him. Of course Ayumu sacrificed himself for that bomb, in time everyone will put him back together.
Been downhill since the Kyoko episode. Eucliwood is shown to be this all-powerful being, then gets beaten easily. Her scythe makes an appearance but the scene makes her appear weaker. Kyoko seems to never have existed. There's an ultimate magic weapon in Mael which may or may not be referenced again. Haruna is next to useless while Ayumu remains a zombie. Eucliwood is mentally the weakest character and the plot does not progress again. I'm hoping for an 'epic battle' in the underworld where she proves herself (and all the armor comes off) but it's already been written, and I doubt it's that satisfying. Ayumu is the star, she's just a plot device.