Posts Tagged Distance
Whenever Week 4 was, probably a long, long time ago: thoughts and observations on the symbolism of darkness and light in Zankyou no Terror, questioning the accuracy and reliability of Touko’s special ability in Glasslip, becoming unhappy with the direction Tokyo Ghoul is taking in relation to its story and its content, and a short rant on student governments and school clubs inspired by Hanayamata.
This week: why I don’t consider Senran Kagura an ecchi anime anymore, wondering about the comedy in Zetsuen no Tempest, the diversity of karuta opponents in Chihayafuru 2 and remembering the forgotten Reiko in Shin Sekai Yori.
The ninth episode of Kimi ni Todoke Season 2 was the one we’ve been waiting for. Finally, we able to see Sawako openly confess her feelings to Kazehaya in the empty classroom. Not only do the two characters feel relieved at this event, but so does the audience. We’ve been waiting all season for their relationship to become closer rather than more distant and this is one of the first times we can actually see it become closer.