i just picked this series up the other day
i am quite impressed, im glad crunchy roll is streaming it because that always makes it convient to me
i have been on a hiatus from this forum and anime in general, but their are alot of good new titles this year i want to try
with kill la kill at the top
Every episode is 100% win... I almost feel sorry for Ryuko... I mean she is half-naked every time... (Not that I mind... )
Her entrance at the end was just awesome... Really I wanna go to that school. Seems like a lot of fun.
Makos family... They deserve an epic parenting award...
I would give up on school rather than doing that crazy race from time to time; however I would like to enter a classroom like that. XD
What to say, another awesome and crazy episode and Mako's family is becoming more and more epic. LOL
Lookimg forward to watching next week's episode, hoping that it will defy all reason like it did up until now.
Anyone else who thinks Satsuki's dad could actually be the crazy professor? To me, it seems pretty likely.
and early design/what we see of Satsuki's dad.
The eyes look pretty similar and him having the same outfit in a design could be a hint too. In any way, if he's not her father, then most likely another part of her family like.
Let me tell you two useful pieces of information.
1. Apparently, Mako is not wearing a bra.
2. Ryuko is wearing one... Since when...?
Another batshit crazy episode... Clothes and humans are enemies... Oh my god...
The new guy is pretty weird and I wonder why he knows our stripping teacher.
Looking forward to the next episode. This show is just too good.
The Kill la Kill version of Rambo is here! This guy is awesome.
To think he would beat the crap out of Ryuko with just skills and tactics....impressive.
Even within this insane show, Mako's insanity is on an entirely different level. She just keep breaking into those random speeches... hallelujah!
This show gets more clever by the week. Every episode has so many great lines, visuals, and gags, not to mention the action sequences. I thought it was brilliant how Imaishi blended the chase sequence with the performance by Jakuzure's band. The music and action meshed perfectly. The story gets more and more interesting. It feels like we've barely scratched the surface.
I loved that Tsumugu's needle shooting machine gun was shaped like a sewing machine
I finally caught up after 2-3 weeks of absence, and it made it all the more bearable for me to watch. I'm still enjoying this show immensely even though I've seen criticism towards it with regards to misogyny (that I don't really see since guys are stripping too, but whatever). Personally, I find the (unintentional) exhibitionism hilarious.
I didn't realize until later that Tsumugu's weapons were based around sewing--I thought it was a nail gun at first XD And then the spindle grenades. XD I hope we see him again the future soon.
I can kind of see why some people might consider Kill la Kill exploitative. From my perspective they would be humorless trolls who badly miss the point, take anime too seriously, not realizing Kill la Kill, like Gurren Lagann, is simultaneously a genre parody and tribute. Imaishi likes taking action tropes, pushing them to such extremes that they become a central part of the story. Compare the "power of shamelessness" to Naruto's will of fire, for example.Quote:
I had not noticed the spindles. Now I see them. I caught the sewing needle bullets immediately, the sewing machine gun about halfway through.Quote:
Removing your eyes makes you able to see the whole universe, huh? This show never fails to amaze me, glorious entertainment. Even better that the Deva is voiced by the VA of Viral from TTGL, made it just that awesome