Quick Thoughts: it’s a bit upsetting how Karneval doesn’t have that IMPACT in each episode but still make me want more. The ‘mystery’ or suspense in the series doesn’t get any better but is still interesting enough to keep me on my seat and finish the entire episode enjoying its beautiful visuals and sexy character voices. With not much development on either Nai and Gareki or even on other characters, Karneval is still a series I’m looking forward to seeing a bit more improvements later on in the season. More of my thoughts here. Continue reading
Looks like Karneval will never fail to look as fancy and flashy as the first episode. Similar to how Karneval started, this second episode was able to successfully follow up its flashy shounen style. The introduction of Yogi (Miyano Mamoru) finally gave Karneval a lighter feel to the series after those serious fight scenes. more of my impression here… Continue reading
Quick Impression: To my expectations, Karneval certainly didn’t let me down with its action pack first episode and the introduction of Nai (Shimono Hiro), Gareki (Kamiya Hiroshi), Tsukumo (Endou Aya) and Hirato (Ono Daisuke). I really like the opening scene of Nai and Karoku (Hoshi Souichirou). Their relationship will probably one of the key points in this series since Nai is in search for Karoku to begin with. Aside from the story, what also captured me in Karneval is its outstanding set of cast and really beautiful art and animation. That flawless fight scene at the train as well as Gareki and Nai’s escape from the mansion were both really great.
All in all, Karneval has really proven itself (to me) worth watching. Being the series I looked forward to the most this season, I’m glad that Karneval didn’t failed my expectations and brought a nicely paced opening episode with those fabulous looking characters in a shounen-like series. Now I really can’t wait for the next episode. Yogi will be introduced :3
Quick Impression: I like how ZETMAN has been doing a pretty good job in the pacing this time around. Most part of this episode had been devoted to the team up of ZET and ALPHAS and I really like how it turned out. Also, this episode just made me more curious of Haitani’s plans. He did admit that he told the two Players to attack Jin because he wanted to see ZET in his full form. Despite the ring of exposure that Haitani placed inside Jin, ZET still came back to his black and white form. Better yet, his power percentage reached 202% and didn’t go down even he turned back to his human form. For more of my impression, click here.
~I was busy x_x
Quick Impression: I can’t help but praise this episode. I sure am glad that ZETMAN always gets better each episode. This time, I actually like the somehow better pacing and still gives off a lot of things. As in a lot of things. As usual this episode offered a lot of new things, action and emotion. There are still a number of things that I am questioning but I’m pretty sure that they will be answered soon enough since ZETMAN has reached its half. The romance part of the anime has already been given a little attention as well(: For more of my impression, click here.
Quick Impression: For some reasons, this episode turned out a little faster than I thought OR was the action and suspense that has gotten into me just makes me feel that 20mins seem so fast? Certainly ZETMAN hasn’t done anything that makes me say that this anime will be anything outstanding and I don’t see this getting there BUT for some reasons I’m really getting into this. This episode have given me again something to think about. That Sweeper there! Why did you attack Jin!? Well, I was really happy with the appearance of Hanako. Looks like she’ll be a fun character(: For more of my impression, click here.
Delayed post is delayed. I’ve been busy with finals week + projects. o(x.x)o More late posts will come very soon – by the weekend perhaps.
Quick Impression: Compared to the first episode which mainly focused on drama, this episode sure was very interesting because it had gotten a little lighter than before. The action has gotten better and I’m getting some quick comedy potential in here. The differences between Jin and Kouga are shown and on the looks of things, they might not be on good terms with each other when it comes to rescuing people. Either way, I personally like both of them. For more of my impression, click here.