Episode 6 “Hummingbird”
I’m not a particularly big fan of Deadman Wonderland anymore, but I still watch it because it’s at least interesting. This episode was slightly boring though in my opinion, it was overfilled with sadism which annoys me.
Basically Takumi Minatsuki is introduced in this episode. Ganta first meets her when she’s pretending to be a meek little girl who’s trying to protect her flowers from another Deadman. One thing leads to another, before long Ganta’s pities her fake story and tries to help her escape. Clearly it doesn’t work.
Before long it’s time for Carnival Corpse (which is where two Deadman fight each other), it’s Woodpecker (Ganta) Vs. Hummingbird (Minatsuki). Ganta’s all “I don’t want to fight you” but Minatsuki reveals her true nature. Typically a sadist who loves hurting people. Her Branch of Sin is called
We find out that Yoh is actually her older brother. At first she puts on her nice girl facade in front of him, but Yoh already knows the truth. So she decides he isn’t needed either so she attempts to kill him along with Ganta. However Ganta somehow prevails (like all main characters do) and saves Yoh and wins. With guess what? Yes people, a headbutt! -…-
Hopefully the next episode will be more entertaining, although…I was watching this on the bus and when the preview for the next episode came up, I had to snap shut my laptop lid. Lol. I’ll just go and review Ao no Exorcist now, which is so much more awesome 🙂
I’ve decided to add 2 more anime to my review list. C: Money of Soul and Possibility of Control and Hanasaku Iroha.
My reasons behind this is just that I found these 2 animes quite interesting and I’ve started to watch them since both them were on their 5th episode (Not very long ago I know XD). I’ll start from their next episode onwards 🙂
Here’s a brief overview of the two:
C: Money of Soul and Possibility of Control
The Japanese government was rescued from the brink of financial collapse by the Sovereign Wealth Fund. For its citizens, however, life has not improved, and unemployment, crime, suicide, and despair are rampant. Kimimaro, raised by his maternal grandmother after the disappearance of his father and the death of his mother, is a scholarship student whose only dream is to avoid all this and live a stable life. One day, however, he meets a man who offers him a large sum of money if he’ll agree to pay it back. From then on his fate is radically altered as he’s drawn into a mysterious realm known as “The Financial District.”
Hanasaku Iroha centers around Ohana Matsumae, a 16-year-old teenager living in Tokyo, who is left in the care of her estranged grandmother, following her mother’s elopement with her boyfriend. Ohana arrives at her grandmother’s country estate to realize she is the owner of a Taishō period hot spring inn called Kissuisō. She begins working at Kissuisō, at her grandmother’s request, but finds herself at ends with many employees and customers at the inn. Initially feeling discouraged, she decides to use her circumstances as an opportunity to change herself for the better and to make amends with her deteriorating relationship with the Kissuisō staff for a more prominent future.
Hope you look forward to them!
Just a few awesome pictures from my favourite Pixiv artists.
Warning Picture Heavy
Hi guys, it’s been quite a long time since my last post! (Or not)
Anyhow, I’m still cramming work and stuff but I shall restart reviewing animes 🙂 They’ll come up a bit slower but THEY WILL COME! Hope you enjoy them :3
P.s. If anyone has Japanese raws of Switch Girl, PLEASE leave a comment or link. I will forever worship you!
Credit to Joscomie on Pixiv
I recently discovered Tenshi-no-Hikari’s collection of parodies on several popular manga/animes. I’ll post a few of my favourite ones for now 🙂
Find more at: http://tenshi-no-hikari.deviantart.com/
Sorry guys, I’m going to stop blogging for a week or so because I need to study for quite a few exams as well as complete some assignments. After it’s all finished, I’ll start again ^^
Sorry for the troubles :<