Because I haven’t ranted about why the internet is shit in forever.
Because I haven’t done a review for a review in ages.
The ‘stuck in an MMO’ story, on the back of SAO’s commercial success, has been repeated enough to become a genre in itself. Give Studio Deen that story, however, and they turn it on its head.
When a series is this good, you want it to go on forever. But if we allowed that, our girls wouldn’t have been able to graduate. School must end, and the wider world awaits.
Yuu’s hospitalization gives all the important members of our cast some final moments to catch up with him. It could probably have been meaningful if any of it mattered.
Bye bye, Megu-nee. ;_;
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.
It’s a terrible day for rain.
How do you solve a problem like Ayumi? In half an episode, apparently.
Even the swimsuit episode is more than meets the eye.
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.
The Club’s dreams may be floating in the air, but the reality of their situation has only just been unearthed.
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
It was Miki’s turn to take the spotlight this week, as Gakkou Gurashi! continues to make every character’s backstory a heart-stopping
Good grief, Maeda sure can pack a lot into twenty minutes. With Takajou causing mass destruction in the cafeteria, Tomori leading the hunt
Last week, we got a premise. This week: more premise!
Izaya’s alive! But his hospitalization means one thing for the rest of the cast – time to have a ‘peaceful day’. Recovering from
Yuu thinks his elitist, sociopathic view of life will help him get all the grades – and the girl – thanks to his ability to possess people for five seconds at a time, but it isn’t long before he’s called out for cheating his way to the top by a pair of similarly super-powered students. Now he has to bid farewell to the world he’s mistreated and accept his new life as one of the many other gifted students at Hoshinoumi Academy.