What good is a fanservice episode, that trope-to-end-all-tropes of every slice-of-life series, that doesn’t disgust your audience and degrade the fairer sex to the point that they’d be better represented in pay-per-view porn?
I was thinking of leaving this review empty to sum up how I felt as the story came to a close.
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.
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.
How do you solve a problem like Ayumi? In half an episode, apparently.
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.
Yuu, after bouncing back, comes to terms with some important truths, all courtesy of a blind woman who, in typically ironic fashion, sees more of life than he does.
A hunt for a power user becomes an extended camping trip, which in turn becomes a great way for Charlotte
I watched the first episode thinking it would be the new ride of my life; I left after the third.