Lol what, the beginning 30 seconds are like pulled out from some summer Hollywood movie climax. But it’s okay since it’s Kanade-chan~
Good bye guys, you were one of the better aspects of the show.
Holy fuck, T.K.’s tornado kick move was fucking win. And this. THIS…!!!
Kanade performs a little “carpet bombing”. Literally.
Yes, apparently so! Good thing she’s not easily angered.
DUN DUN DUN!! FINAL BOSS APPEARS! HOLY SHIT IT’S
XELLOS ISHIDA AKIRA!
(Geez, how much money are you throwing away with this little stunt, Maeda)
Xellos Ishida Akira’s character offers an interesting proposition to Yurippe.
Oh god, that is a very very fine yandere face there, Yurippe.
But she decides to stick to her guns (literally) and finish her mission.
Prompting her to feel like “graduating”…
But it looks like she’s got a few subjects to finish first!
Relatively entertaining episode that was at least consistent with the tone throughout, without trying to punch your face with random outlandish humor when they want some lighter moments. Then again, I think we got used to it over the last ten episodes.
But still, what the fuck are you trying to do here Maeda? I don’t fucking understand a single shit about the infodump about the original programmer of the Angel Player software and how he turned himself in to some NPC to wait for some girl that “graduated” before him and shit and wrote some random AI construct program written by Ishida Akira to perform a forced purging if someone found love in this metaverse.
And shit, he fucking did it, a metaverse within this metaverse when Yurippe had that little downtime after getting ambushed and shit. Geez, that was pretty annoying.
Anyways, it looks like the whole gang will finally “graduate” next week. I hope it’s at least coherent.
[21:25:57 Jun-19] <@Kurogane> jesus
[21:26:09 Jun-19] <@Kurogane> what the fuck was Maeda trying to do in Angel Beats! 12
[21:28:57 Jun-19] <%Komidol> I think the plot direction is something like this: http://i49.tinypic.com/1fw7md.png
[21:29:14 Jun-19] <%Komidol> I think he basically made it so none of the plot up until that point really mattered.
Yeah, he’s pretty spot on.