Kyosora is good!


Egao desu!! Ayanokouji-sama no egao desu watashi no oujisama!!!

Wow, this episode was actually not bad at all. I’m beginning to like Kuu for real, even with her “Dear Prince..” habit, she does have a nice heart of her own. I liked on how she stopped the fight between Setsuna and Taurotte. Also, suprisingly, scarface is actually Kyoshiro’s brother! Didn’t expect that at all. Speaking of which, I must say Kyoshiro’s flashbacks of his brother borders on the uncomfortable XD.

Sadly, the art seems to be deteriorating by the episode, and I swear Kuu looks very, very weird in a lot of her scenes this episode. Would be ironic if the story turned to be really good but the art goes downhill all the way orz. Well, we’ll see on what happens next.

Oh, and Mika-sama needs to die horribly for the sins she has committed.


Abusing Kaon-sama?! You’re so going to get it :(


  1. Zzz... Said,

    January 29, 2007 @ 8:37 am

    …yes the episode is fairly good…but I hate Kuu…hatehatehateHATE…her with her terminally retarded monologues…I’ve never felt such intense hatred for any animated character before…

    …I want for her to get gutted by someone…Kaon or Setsuna prefered…Mika if no one else is available…like weird Linda got gutted by Saya in the original Blood the Last Vampire movie from way back…

    …if that happens I will be so happy…yesss…

  2. meganeshounen Said,

    January 29, 2007 @ 9:44 am

    Best upcoming climax for this show:
    Mika getting impaled by a very pissed off Kaon’s Murakumo.

    You know she’s gonna get it. That b___h.

  3. Chaos2Frozen Said,

    January 30, 2007 @ 8:41 am

    I never liked Kyoushiro to begin with.

    At first it was because he was WAY TOO cheesy, but that I can swallow.

    My opinion of him became stronger when I saw the the way he treated Setsuna, and it was this episode that seals the deal.

    Male leads really should be idolizing someone THAT much, as soujirou puts it, well I was never a fan of the ‘perfect’ role model.

    I can take the fact that he’s just using Setsuna, I’m more than used to it happening (and was even expecting it). But what I seriously dislike is that he’s practical playing with her feelings.

    Now THATS a two-face if I’ve ever seen one…

  4. MaverickRonin Said,

    January 30, 2007 @ 9:17 am

    That bishie-shouta-yaoi flashback was more than just a little uncomfortable. Kyoshiro has a major hardon for his dead nii-san. I’d call it brocon but I’ve never actually heard that term before, plus it’s not as catchy as siscon. Anyone have a better phrase?

  5. SZ Said,

    January 30, 2007 @ 10:46 am

    Just wait till you see what has happened to Kaon in the next episode.

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