The World within a Gun’s Reach

I kinda like Chinatsu, not just because she doesn’t wear panties but her insanity backed up with her skill as an assassin makes her formidable and not to mention, another entertaining character introduced to this series. Too bad, her attempt for revenge was short-lived. At least she dies at the hands of a good sniper. I wonder what answer Koko gave her though.

Oftentimes a simple fist fight ought to straighten up a relationship. They say you can send your emotions to your enemies through your fists. I wonder nowadays though. Guess Koko is right.

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3 Comments (+add yours?)

  1. x
    May 02, 2012 @ 16:30:57

    This episode really displayed the “madness” in full view. I wonder what Jonah thought about all that had happened in this episode. Specially what happened on the roof.

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  2. baka~
    May 02, 2012 @ 17:44:26

    I think next episode might answer just that. It may even be a flashback of some sort.

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  3. x
    May 04, 2012 @ 06:46:19

    @baka~

    I hope you are right. I’m real curious about it.

    Interesting stuff from this week’s anime that you may not be watching:
    Shirokuma Cafe – Really good jokes with decent set up this week. I was laughing through this one a lot more than previous episodes. Worth checking out if one is not already watching.
    Tsuritama – The episode this week felt more like a slice of life anime. Though the multi-layered story is still visible if one pays enough attention to the details. I like how it handled the relationships. The pacing is definitely better than Penguindrum. Being a much more “positive” kind of show helps, and there is plenty of character growth. Annoyance level has gone down a lot as a result ;).
    Sengoku Collection – Despite the name, this is more a reflection of modern life in Tokyo. Every episode seem to show a different side of modern life. Seem to cover the “nice” and “ugly” parts. Much more interesting to me than the synopsis of the anime seem to imply.

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