(note: this article is from an anime-only perspective, and is primarily aimed at anime-only viewers) Medieval fantasies often have trouble
I was right when I said this show had effectively finished its major plotlines before this episode. This week we had a whole new baddie, a whole new struggle, and whole new load of ways to approach this series’ strengths and weaknesses.
Did I say Yuu bounced back before? Now he’s bounced back in time, and I’m sure a lot of people’s interest in this show has bounced back too.
Did I say this show outright collapsed before? This week it went one step further, the best animated example of ‘that escalated quickly’ yet.
Did I say the structure of this show was disintegrating? Well, now it’s outright collapsed.
Concluding a two-part flashback, the School Living Club gathers supplies, tries on clothes, and picks up a lonely girl and
A hunt for a power user becomes an extended camping trip, which in turn becomes a great way for Charlotte
It’s a baseball episode – what else is there to say?
I no longer feel like a zombie and can go back to feeling like an overexcitable girl with PTSD… hooray?
Another day, another pubescent power – or how about two? As the Student Council track down Yusarin, an idol occasionally
As stunning as last episode’s ending was, life goes on for Yuki and the School Living Society. A test of courage
I hear about my favourite show being too short too much. Is this necessarily a bad thing?
Does China’s approach to media censorship leave a lot to be desired?
I watched the first episode thinking it would be the new ride of my life; I left after the third.