The first two episodes of Classroom of the Elite play Kikyo Kushida close the vest. Although I had my suspicions that Kushida was not what she seemed, it was because of the framework of the series, not because of her characterization. But episode three drops hints throughout, until the end reveal makes sense in terms of… Read More Classroom of the Elite’s Kushida: When Out-of-Character is In-Character
As kids, we all heard stuff we weren’t necessarily meant to as our parents or others held “adult” conversations (or arguments) in front of us, forgetting that children hear all, see all. I don’t know why, then, I’m surprised when one of my kids mentions something from a conversation that wasn’t meant for her ears.… Read More I Might Not Be All-Might, But I Can Be Pretty All-Right
Clione no Akari is a short (literally nine minutes including a full OP) based on an online novel about two students who befriend a bullied girl. The first episode introduces us to Takashi and Akari, two students who don’t participate in the bullying of the sickly Minori, but aren’t strong enough to prevent it. As… Read More First Impression: Clione no Akari
The protagonist of Charlotte, Yu Otosaka, has an interesting ability. Right from the beginning of episode one, we find that he’s able to transfer his consciousness into other human beings for about five seconds at a time. From middle school into high school, Yu uses this supernatural talent to his advantage as he cheats his… Read More Charlotte, Episode 1: Truth and Integrity
The newest chapter of Attack on Titan leaves off where the last one ended, with the aftermath of the great battle that occurred. Mikasa is taken away with broken ribs and Erwin, with one less appendage, is attended to. And while physical clean-up is occurring, humanity’s military leaders are also cleaning up behind the scenes,… Read More Shingeki no Kyojin, Chapter 51: The End is Worth the Means…Right?