ლ(ಠ益ಠ)ლ Last week was a very busy week, and since I think it’s too late to make a M.T.C based on the episodes I didn’t write about, I skipped onto the next one. Many excuses. In this MTC, there won’t be my thoughts about episode 3 of Kimi to Boku nor Persona 4‘s episode – I didn’t have time to watch them yet and will do so as soon as possible. And as for C3-Cube, it has been dropped due to its lack of a logical plot.
HunterxHunter episode 3:
Today, I read on a favorite site of mine that this remake of HunterxHunter was very disliked by the original fans. Not surprising, really. This remake is targeted towards children rather than teens, so the violence has diminished greatly. Now with the Hunter exam that begins, I wonder how they will limit the gore scenes?
Gintama episode 230:
The Sakata family -as I like to call them- get cellphones. The humor wasn’t too forced in this one and I had the impression Shinpachi was more of the main character in this one rather than Kagura. Eh, changes aren’t so bad.
Beelzebub episode 39:
Remember when I said the plot thickens? Well it does when En, (Beelzebub’s older brother who obviously has a lot of issues for his young age) comes to the Human world to finish off humanity, an order that was already given to Beelzebub.
It seems that the writers are waiting a bit before getting on to the serious part. For the moment, the episodes are centered around En having fun and Aoi, who is now aware of Beel and Hilda being demons.
Working! episode 3:
Yamada is so adorable in this episode. Such a sneeky character needs more love. But should we call this episode a Takanashi episode? He didn’t have much screen time in this episode, but his sisters did. Cute episode, but nothing more to say about it.
Mirai Nikki episode 2:
Two more members of the game have made their appearance in this episode, both after Yukiteru for different reasons. Ninth is pretty likable if you ignore the fact that she’s a crazy murderer.
Also, Yuno is creeping me out. Why is she totally determined to be with Yukiteru? We have yet to find out. Other than that, I’ve seen enough violence for this week.
Guilty Crown episode 2:
We get a full explanation of what happened at the end of the first episode and we learn what Shu’s new power is. Sadly, it got boring around the second half when I was expecting some interesting background on the new character that arrived.
Boku ha tomodachi ga sukunai episode 3:
Classical pool episode where Sena and the main character spend a little time together. Even if it’s rather pointless and unoriginal, I liked the fact that Sena has more in common with Kirino (in Ore no Imouto) than having the same voice actress: They’re both otaku.
UN-GO episode 2:
The vocaloid remark was impossible to miss in the beginning of the episode. Apart from that, this was another introduction episode, this time in a neutral point of view. Not much to say about this one.