12/26/2020 (Sat) 20:54:53
Rintaro is a good boy, so I get that but I knew he had an upgrade coming up so I kinda figured he was fine.
Was pretty weird direction how one episode ends with Kento dying, and then the next episode he's not dead but then he actually dies at the end of that episode. Except, I still kinda doubt he's really dead, especially with that awkward scene of his red-eyed screaming face imposed on Kurayami. Kento didn't really have anything to his character besides being Touma's friend, and I don't really care about Touma at this point either so it was just hard to care.
Hoping Saikou and this whole misunderstandings arc can maybe liven things up a bit at least.>>79037
The whole "the main character loses everything and has to move on" feels more played out in these kind of sick girl narratives than ones where the main character sucks it up and decides to live with the potato and support her. I mean, and maybe even if that isn't the case this kind of ending is more satisfying to me so I'll take it over the soul crushing ending. Not to mention that a lot of the show is about him growing closer to Hina, so him "moving on" would most likely just involve him going back to latching onto Izanami-san, which would be more like character regression than development.
It was my favorite show of the year, although there wasn't really much competition in Winter, Spring, or Summer. Maybe I'm just cliche but it had everything I want out of a show, some fun, some cute, some tears.