This episode just made me wish there was another arc with just these four again. Watching them interact is such a treat.
Machi protecting the other 2 girls, because of the same sex thing or she really that powerful?
As for the episode(which due to reasons I had to watch on a sunday morning vs. my usual late saturday nights) I really enjoyed all of the interactions played here, Hisoka is just reminding me again and again how much of a glorious magnificent bastard he is in his ploy to get a fight with Chrollo its such a blash seeing him on screen. The Four of course were also a nice return, Killua's inner monolouge about wanting Kurapika to shoot him down was funny and I really liked the conversation Gon had with Kurapika only for Killua and Leorio to reappear asif they were acctually there. Man I love revisiting momments like these, its as though I'm watching it for the first time.
I even liked how they made light of the dog guy's(forgot his name) relationship with One of Neon's...er...what are those girls again? Damn it I'm trying to make this post without sounding like a dumbass and I'm failing spectacularly XD
I give this week a 8.5/10
So, any news regarding this week's episode?
Last edited by GingFuriksu; November 17, 2012 at 09:42 PM.
As for this week's episode, it ends with "angry Nobunaga" saying he will never forget Kurapika's face.
Lots of pics : http://dec.2chan.net/18/res/19251417.htm
Episode looks really good.
Excellent episode. A couple of new tracks were played and they sounded great.
I haven't watched it yet, but I will a bit later tonight. Sounds like it was mostly uncensored is that what I am to believe?
Damn! what an amazing episode we got this week, It was a pure adrenaline rush! for me from start to finish. The artwork, animation, lighting, sound effects were all spot on, and we even got two new soundtracks which I really enjoyed, especially the one played during the little interrogation of Squala.
Now don't get me started on how well Squala's death and interrogation were handled. The music, the way the facial expressions were drawn, and not to mention the atmosphere were all perfect imo. Nobunaga's decapitation of Squala was very swift, and the sound of Squala's head hitting the curb was cringe worthy lol. Also I have to say this, I've never really cared for this character but Madhouse has given Nobunaga's character excellent treatment throughout this whole arc, and has made me actually become a fan of his lol. Those last few seconds of Nobunaga yelling out Kurapika's name was chilling... now I hope
Sorry for rambling on so much... It's just that I really enjoyed this episode
I forgot to mention one thing lol. Madhouse kept the Naruto reference in
Last edited by Netero; November 18, 2012 at 01:36 AM.
Awesome episode this week. I especially loved the lighting and music direction in scenes like Squala getting out of his car and Senritsu yelling at Kurapika for not thinking things through. Hmm, something about the color scheme really suits these rainy backdrops. Oh, and of course their VAs did amazing acting out those two scenes as well. I felt for the characters there.
- Basho fell. Ha, cruel humor.
- I love Gon's face when Nobunaga was mentioned.
- ...And also his "lolwhut" face when he came from behind the dumpster.
- (Preview) Oh thank god Gon isn't the damsel in distress. I remembered that annoying me a lot in Nippon's version.
Last edited by Riruru; November 18, 2012 at 01:54 AM.
Say you guys know this pic?:
I believe there was a shot of this with gon's hair still visible in the frame, can anyone help me get that?
I also require assistance in finding a GIF with the dog bringing in room service.
As for the episode, DAMN it it kick ass, this show really knows how to work with tension!
Great episode! 10/10
We got some new OST tracks here as well!
I loved Squalla death scene. It was always one of my favourites in Hunter x Hunter.
When he says, 'I know that this is where I'll die.' I get chills.
He knows that he is going to die, but he never told them anything.
It's a shame that his silence was in vain as Paku's ability finds a way around it.
I always found his death to be very sad, Madhouse captured it perfectly.
Squalla was a man that lived his life protecting others and he died for it.
He was protecting Kurapika and the others, but it was in vain.
His final words were spoken out of desire to protect Eliza even.
He had a kinship with his dogs because he himself was a guard dog of sorts.
RIP big man, you spent your life protecting others, but died because you couldnt protect yourself. Very sad.
I loved the scene in which Chrollo ponders why he kills.
It reminded me of Sensui, they are both lost souls really.
All in all amazing episode, can't wait for next weeks!
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