In my first “What’s in a Scene?” post I look at the final scene from season 1 of Tokyo Ghoul. If you’re a fan of the series or enjoy picking apart anime scenes to to explore all the small details, then you might enjoy some of the things I’ve found in this one.
In my first ever “Who did it better?” post I’m going to take a look at two shows that make prominent use of a weapon as a character. Read on to see which one I thought used the theme better, then pick your own winner! Continue reading “Who did it Better? – My Weapon is a Character”
Now that the Re-watch under the Full-Bloom of Spring has finished, I would like to take a moment and express my gratitude. What I wanted most out of watching this anime again was to talk about it with others. Thanks to all your help, I got that and more. Continue reading “Re-watch Wrap-up”
Kousei plays his final performance as he reflects on everyone music has connected him to. Lost in his feelings, he envisions his duet with the person who changed his life forever. As winter draws to a close, he discovers the truth about Kaori.
Kousei is devastated upon realizing the extent of Kaori’s condition and gives up once again, only to have a small request return him to her side. Still filled with sadness over the possibility of losing her, Kousei goes into the final lonely performance.
Continue reading “Ep 21 – Snow”
Tsubaki confronts Kousei about how they both feel as he makes another excuse not to visit Kaori. With time slipping away, the characters open up more about their feelings, though doing so makes them vulnerable as well.
Continue reading “Ep – 20 Hand in Hand”
Kaori and Kousei are giving their all to pursue their goals, leaving Tsubaki to wonder about her place. With Kousei’s rivals are also preparing to do their best, he finds an opportunity to connect with them like he never has before.
Continue reading “Ep 19 – Goodbye Hero”
Nagi and Kousei deliver a performance that impresses even Takeshi, who is none too happy about Kousei spending time with his sister. Another listener who caught the performance through her phone is moved by it enough to consider giving her all once more.
Continue reading “Ep 18 – Hearts Come Together”
Still troubled by Kaori’s situation, Kousei tries to teach Nagi the importance of wanting to play for someone else. As he sees Kaori begin to give up, he comes upon an idea that may motivate her. Nagi’s school festival begins, and everyone is surprised by her partner.
Continue reading “Ep 17 – Twilight”