This episode had much more comedy than the last and it was really pleasant to watch. I’m not sure how the character of Tilarna will develop, she surely can’t keep going on as she is, entertaining though that is.
This episode concentrated on the character Belo. It was about how difficult it is to make friends when you are a high functioning demon. This was a great episode, but I’m hoping that we can get into some proper stories next week rather than character introductions.
In this episode of Cop Craft (called, “In the Air Tonight”) we see the end of one story arc and the start of a fascinating new one. This was a great episode mainly because of the quality of the characterisation and audio. The story was pretty damn good too!
Shishio and Senku are fundamentally at odds with the the strategy for reviving the human race. Shishio only wants to bring back the unsullied, uncorrupted youth and permanently destroy the adults by breaking their statues. Senku on the other hand, wants to bring back everyone.
This weeks excellent show is called ‘Midnight Train’ and it opens with Kei back in his office at the police station, he’s checking his computer to see what it means when a Semani knight leaves their sword and goes off on their own. I wasn’t able to read much but it seems quite serious apparently.
The direction of the show was great and the development of the lead character was wonderful. I have such a crush on Bela, who I am positive is the older sister of Cat Girl from Gegege no Kitaro! The story was really good and the shock of a supernatural villain bringing us down to earth from a teenage high school drama was terrific! Lots of fun!
Toaru Kagaku no Accelerator (A Certain Scientific Accelerator), the top ranked esper, fights a DA Tank and a Necromancer who’d raised a 16 year old girl that had previously committed suicide.
The writing and direction in the episode were very cool and the pacing was excellent. The characters still need to develop a little more, Porta, for instance, was pretty much redundant during the episode, but the voice acting particularly from Masato’s character, Haruki Ishiya was really good.
It has a good start and the silly-factor made it interesting and there was lots of fun stuff that I really enjoyed. Alas, in the end, the show was less innovative than I thought it would be and this will be the last review.
The episode is called the Dragons daughter and we were introduced to her as the show opened. She assists her father or guardian, to run an orphanage and they both look after some sweet little orphans.
In this episode (called The Heart of a Fire Soldier) we are introduced to a new character Arthur Boyle. Shinra and Arthur grew up in the same academy and Shinra, who always had trouble with communicating effectively, suffered a little jealousy because of the seamlessly easy manner that Arthur managed relationships with people.
Before watching I was frightened that it could be a silly fan-service, crime flirtation full of girly blushes and macho stupidity – all knickers and guns. I was pleasantly surprised. The two main leads were equals in every respect, both with clear personalities and motivations and completely different cultures. It was over in what seemed like 5 minutes.
We weren’t allowed to see anything other than their two dimensional personas which seemed flat and shallow. I found myself not caring of any of them managed to accomplish the levelling exercise or not. I guess the over the top nice dude with the allergies was just about tolerable, but …. naa not really, he was a just a limp dick where as all the others were just dickheads.
The show was watchable and personally I like OP (over-the-top-powerful-and-almost-freakin’-indestructible) game player stories where they get sucked into their own game (jeez, hasn’t anyone dreamed of that!)
This is a great show, the graphics are great, it’s set in space and space sure feels vast and intimidating. The character design is good with clear personalities capable of displaying a broad range of emotions and reactions all acted by excellent voice actors. There are elements of drama, comedy and suspense.
Are you excited about the Anime summer season for 2019? in this section we take a look at some of the Sci Fi related shows that will be coming our way.