Though last chapter was a little off, I have to admit that this time, it's pretty interesting and funny. Every page was funny and I was seriously imagining it as an anime because Raku's reactions were really epic.
Ahhh… So we're back to the battle between Reversi and Zombie☆Gun. There's nothing really wrong with it but somehow it is exciting yet a little tiring already. The short arc about Hiramaru and Aoki seemed interesting and was relaxing which was probably the reason why it was brought up, to relax the reader from the intense battle between Ashirogi and Niizuma.
For starters, I was never of huge fan of slice of life anime but I do watch them. And when I saw Kimi to Boku. on the list of Fall 2011 anime, it was no doubt that I'll watch it but I was surprised on myself for looking forward to it every week.
I have to admit that Ben-To was not really on my list to begin with since I find fighting over half-priced bento kind of ridiculous but after reading a review of the first episode from a blog, I decided to add it to my list and I have to say that I was not entirely disappointed.
Nisekoi never fails to make me look forward to the next chapter because of its epic cliffhangers. Well, this chapter certainly didn’t open up that well but as the story goes, it gradually becomes interesting and at the end…
It seems that it took me forever to post something about Nisekoi and I feel that it’s been forever since I last read these chapter ‘cause of being heck busy.
This chapter really went on what I was expecting. The school knows it. And there’s no denying this anymore. The more reason for this relationship to turn into reality, yes?
After the short two chapter-arc about Reversi’s weakness, I was sudden because of its early end but this chapter has certainly made up for it because this chapter main centers around one of my favorite mangaka in Bakuman and his oh-so scary editor.
Okay, so I have to admit that these two episodes weren’t as great as the previous ones and character developments have somehow lost in here. But then, I’d like to just enjoy the comedy it gives and practically look forward for better episodes next time :D
AND so, without even reaching the second half of the series, TRAP ends. With that said, I’m thinking that the second half will begin with their new series. Ohh, I can already see the ending :D
And I seriously thought that things will start getting boring but I was stand corrected. Sure it started with where things were left off last chapter but this chapter just brought in a new and interesting problem for Ashirogi’s new series, Reversi.
Honestly speaking, this is an interesting manga but this chapter isn’t really as good as the first one. I guess second chapters really aren’t that good. But still, this chapter is filled with good comedy about Chitoge and Raku’s fake relationship.
And we all thought that the issue about Reversi’s serialization has ended. Well, for sure this is the conclusion about Reversi’s serialization. What I would like to see now is the battle between Zombie☆Gun and Reversi.
Ahhh… so the interesting mystery that is Enigma has been replaced by some action-comedy-romance manga called Nisekoi…
Anyway, Weekly Shounen Jump is famous for releasing over the-top action-battle manga with really outstanding art. I’ve only read a couple of manga from WSJ but I’d say that I didn’t really expect to see some seemingly big romance in here that this manga could probably offer.
I guess a slice of life anime can’t be complete without a summer episode. With that Kimi to Boku’s 5th episode covered the first day of summer for this group of friends. Now, I seriously smell romance in here.
Seems to me that Mashiro and Takagi’s decision of keeping Trap the way it is worked out really well. But then, with five episodes, who said it’s already going to be a happy ending. By the end of the episode, another problem rise.
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As a fan of psychological battles, one of the best settings for an interesting psychological manga is an exclusive room with all the participants slowly knowing each other’s true colors. Include a little violence, intelligence and interesting characters equals a pretty good psychological manga.
Fall 2011 anime offered a lot of interesting new series and sequels. A number of people are going over Chihayafuru, Fate/Zero and Mirai Nikki as the top anime for this season. Personally, I can't completely disagree since I love both Chihayafuru and Mirai Nikki and as for Fate/Zero, I haven't watch it.
So who’s guessing how long Trap will last under Miura’s hands? For the record, the more episodes I see, the more I get pissed off with Miura. Who knows, he might say next, “Trap is in 17, don’t’ worry it won’t get cancelled.”
This chapter went on like in a breeze. First thing I know Ashirogi-sensei’s and Niizuma-sensei’s names were submitted, the next thing is Niizuma-sensei’s results have reached an overwhelming record not even Ashirogi-sensei is confident in over taking.
I hate to say this but this episode turned out a little boring for me. There wasn’t anything catchy in this episode though a little development on Kaname’s character was actually made. Well, on the side note, does anyone really care about Kaname’s character?
I was never a fan of Nakaii-san but when this episode is presented in a way you’ll seriously feel what’s happening, I can’t help myself but feel a little sorry for Nakaii-san when he found out that Aoki will be working with Koogy to write another manga.
It looks like Ashirogi Mutou has leveled up after all these years of writing manga. Who would have thought that they will have a mainstream manga by this time? Actually, I never thought that it’ll be this soon.
With the 3rd episode still having the same feeling as the first two, I’m glad that I’m still not tired of it. More importantly, I didn’t expect that I’ll like Chizuru Tachibana (Irino, Miyu) since I’m not really a fan of the overly jolly people.
I couldn’t say that I dislike this episode but I just have to admit that I was never a fan of the female characters Ohba-sensei writes. For some reasons, I just don’t find them anything interesting or worth sympathizing for. Now forgetting that, I just have to say that this chapter went smoothly and probably (if I can recall correctly) went faithfully with the manga.
I can’t stop myself from saying: I knew it! while reading these two chapters. The entire arc about Sumio’s wish has been on a rollercoaster ride and I have to say that these chapters are on the top of the tracks.
I’ve read a number of comments that Kimi to Boku is boring and is going completely nowhere. Well I say I’m definitely sticking to this show because this is one of the shows that I really enjoy this season.
After a year of having knowledge of the seasonal anime, this is the first time I saw and watched a slice of life centered anime with pure guys as main characters. Compared to other slice of life anime which are presented with girls, I certainly enjoyed Kimi to Boku more.
After Mashiro and Takagi decided on their strategy in defeating Nanamine-kun’s one-shot, the two of them were all fired up in finishing one chapter after another to make their “stand-alone that isn’t a stand-alone” chapter great. The conclusion to Nanamine-kun's desperate plan for revenge is finally revealed!