Now this is the part where I talk about Rachael and this will also play into some theories I have in regards to her, Bam, and their relationship. The first episode made it seem like she found Bam and cared for him but this episode made me see things a little differently.
I like Mu's character because even though she doesn't remember who she is or even how she got where she's at it's not portrayed as a weakness. Instead she takes things in stride and questions Echo on the foundation of his life.
Kakushi Goto turns out to be a funny guy. He's obviously a great manga artist and is well known but fears his daughters judgement. I honestly don't think he has anything to fear. Hime seems like she'd love her father no matter what his profession was.
I feel like we all can relate to Minare. Who hasn't gotten a little too intoxicated and said a little too much? Or woken up the next day and barely remembering how you got in your bed? Or struggling with the emotions from a break up and trying your best to get over it because you have things that are more of a priority than your wayward emotions? Just me. Okay.
First and foremost this title is long as hell. Now that I got that out of the way I can tell you how pleasantly surprised I am by this series [so far]. I'm not going to lie and say that in the first ten minutes I wasn't skeptical and didn't contemplate closing my laptop and [...]
I have a thing for small children in anime. They're just so cute. I'm completely transfixed by Wendelin and his humor. Mainly because he's trying to be funny. For example his face when he found out he was the 8th son of a poor noble family.
Hedon reminds of the bunny from Alice in Wonderland but evil. I don't know what his motives truly are or if he's even evil formal but that smile that never changes creeps me out.