Cherry rolling intensifies. So for those of you who didn’t read the manga, we finally found out who the real traitor is.
They’re really not trying to skip fights but I need to stress the fact that the later fights are some of the best that Part 3 offers. Sure some of the early fights are good but some of the upcoming stuff (namely two) shouldn’t be worth an episode. But if I’m speaking of the future, next week’s episode will feature not one, but TWO enemy stands. Damn, I really need to stop talking about next episode in the beginning.
The 20 episode ride is over but the amusement is still open, I hear they added a FIFTH rollercoaster.
Only now do I realize that the absurdly screwed up version of Romeo and Juliet basically sums up the entire series. Anyways, first series review of the Spring season while others have 3-4 weeks to finish up. I’d think most people would catch my impression of the series after 20 weeks of coverage but I might as well take this chance to talk about the manga’s status as well.
So here we go folks, it’s Nisekoi’s time to step to the plate.
Well I’m scheduled for work starting next week so I hope it doesn’t interfere too much with my schedule. Thankfully it’s only 20 hours a week so it’s easy money thanks to connections from my family. Money for figures (YEEEEEEEEEEEES). Other than that, it’s just the regular review week. Nisekoi is finished and the post for that just needs its pictures so look foward to that I guess. I still think I left my impression on the series in my episodic talks but whatever.
Dark Souls is THIS close to being platinumed. I just need to beat the 4 big bosses in the first half and just get to the castle. It was a fun ride. Something in my collector’s syndrome however tells me to farm for another weapon before moving on though. The dream is nearly up, so because more money in my pockets in the coming weeks means I have actual games to play. That and a new labtop which means League again.
It’ll be a good summer.
Anyways, continuing with the music from Samurai Champloo, here’s the beautiful ending Shiki no Uta. Enjoy folks,
I think I might pick up Hitsugi no Chaika. Before I knew it, there happen to be more little girls named Chaika’s. Different colors, different personalities, and apparently different chest sizes. It’s like a doll collection. Ahem. Anyway, the fan-favorite girl returns and we plow through the ending scenes and beginning scenes of Volume 6 and 7 respectively. Get onboard folks, the “high point” of the series is getting started.
Well that is of course you aren’t keeping up with the novels since Volume 10 turned stuff real serious again. On a much more serious note too, I won’t spoil it but I’m pretty sure you would be if you saw the cover for Volume 10.
We trudge along with no skipping thus far. I’m noticing that the subs I use are callign the characters by their english-changed names. They changed the names of Imposter Captain Tenille to Dragon and Devo the Cursed to Soul Sacrifice. I’m never the one to complain about subs since they legit say the names of the characters in the show but if anything, know that the names like Dragon and Soul Sacrifice are just copyright-safe names.
It was an extremely straightfoward episode. Nothing wrong with that though. Polnareff gets the spin on the fight wheel.
Huh, look at that. A happy ending to an arc when just a few episodes ago Rentaro mercy killed a little girl. I just knew that bespectacled son of a bitch would do something evil, they always do. I was going to post this thing early in the morning but then I got dragged to a parad for Memorial Day. See? I have an excuse
Either way, we got singular episode reviews coming so stay tuned. So for now, Black Bullets Episode 6-7 with more loli abuse
So if the school swimsuit episode didn’t do enough for you, we get ourselves a full beach episode with more revealing swimsuits. Even in the absence of my internet, it seems I haven’t missed too much regarding Nisekoi in both anime and manga. If anything, the lock is still relevant again but like hell it’s going to stop anytime soon. Other than the beach episode, they actually got to the arc I was thinking they wouldn’t get to. The ending for the anime series basically steps into the bounds where a character outlook changes so if anything, I said too much already.
I’m surprised is all. I don’t have the manga to anime chapter-episode match up at the moment but I damn well remember this part being later. Oh well.
Let’s just cover this.
Gifs are down at the bottom for those who were looking for them