Tilarna is a stranger is a strange land and learning the hard way about how her relationships are influenced by being a cop and how they change if she doesn’t follow some basic (but not necessarily obvious) rules.
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 closed the mini arc on the Vampire but didn’t open any new stories which was unusual, they normally like to leave us with a cliff-hanger. The show was ok I guess, not as much fun or as interesting as the previous episodes but certainly watchable. I’m still interested to see how the whole Zalada thing pans out
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!
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
I noticed that the graphics weren’t as sharp as last week, not the blur, I just would have expected more detail. Story, characterization, and dialogue were wonderfully written and held my attention throughout.
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